Legio II Augusta
Legio II Augusta was the largest of the three legions of the Austenasian Army. A nominal resurrection of the Imperial Roman legion of the same name, this Austenasian legion when founded was comprised of what was formerly known as the 1st Outer Austenasia Division.
|Legio II Augusta|
|Country||Empire of Austenasia|
|Anniversaries||8 March 2010|
|Engagements||Austenasian Civil War|
|Legate||Legate Sir Ryan Dickinson, KCP, CGC|
The 1st Outer Austenasia Division was founded on 8 March 2010 to accommodate large numbers of new recruits who had enlisted in the Austenasian Army to fight for Emperor Esmond III during the Austenasian Civil War. The commanding officer of the Division, General Sir Ryan, fought in the Battle of Carshalton Park in April 2010, and on 13 January 2011 (as part of wide reforms to the Austenasian Army) the Division was renamed Legio II Augusta after a classical Roman legion of the same name, with many of its soldiers claiming the Austenasian legion to be a "resurrection" of sorts of the Roman one. It was dissolved alongside the Austenasian Army as a whole on 17 June 2020.
1st Outer Austenasia Division (8 March 2010 - 13 January 2011)
Legio II Augusta (13 January 2011 - 9 April 2011)
Legio II Augusta (9 April 2011 - 17 June 2020)
- Cohors I Theodosia (named Cohors I Declana before 17 January 2016)
- 8 March 2010 – 17 June 2020: Legate Sir Ryan Dickinson, KCP, CGC