King's Grenadiers

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King's Grenadiers
BAF 201 - Cap Badge (King's Grenadiers).svg
Cap badge of The King's Grenadiers
Active2017 - present
Country Baustralia
AllegianceRoyal Standard of Baustralia.svg John I
Branch Baustralian Army
TypeFoot Guard
RoleLight Infantry
Size
  • Colonels: 1
  • Majors: 1
  • Captains: 1
  • Warrant officers: 1
  • Sergeants: 2
  • Corporals: 1
  • Lance corporals: 1
  • Guardsmen: 4
Total: 12
Part of1st Infantry Division
Garrison/HQConcord, Baustralia
Motto(s)French: Honi soit qui mal y pense
"May he be shamed who thinks badly of it"
MarchQuick: The British Grenadiers
Slow: Scipio
Commanders
Colonel in ChiefHM the King
Commanding OfficerCol. Lord Roy of Guwahati
Deputy commanding officerMaj. John Williamson
Regimental Sergeant MajorW.O. Robert Audas
Insignia
Shoulder patchShoulder patch of the 1 Regt.svg
Camp flagCamp flag of the 1 Regt.svg
AbbreviationKING GREN
ColourColour of the King's Grenadiers.svg

The King's Grenadiers (KING GREN; French: Grenadiers du Roi) is the most senior regiment of the Baustralian Army, and is the first in succession of the three infantry regiments. It is responsible for the safeguarding and protection of the the Sovereign and the Kingdom, and as a first regiment for new recruits. It has fought in the Baustralian Conquest in the battles of Tentacion Creek at Kingston against Tentacion, and at Cornwall against Blairtopia.

It is modeled after the Grenadier Guards of the United Kingdom, and the Canadian Grenadier Guards of Canada. They wear the traditional red coat full dress uniform, a standard green ceremonial dress, and a similar cap badge to the Grenadier Guards. They also share the same regimental marches, both in quick time – The British Grenadiers – and in slow time – Scipio.

Battle honours

Baustralian Conquest
Kingston 2017
Cornwall 2017
Concord 2017
Nishlorpia 2017
Wangatangia 2017
Edstmae 2018
Baustralian-Eurekan War
Eureka 2019
La Câlin 2019
Civil War 2020

Commanding officers

Preceded by
HMS Concord
King's Grenadiers Succeeded by
Royal Rifles