Legio I Britannica

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Legio I Britannica, formerly known as the 1st Inner Austenasia Division, is the oldest of the two legions of the Austenasian Army.

Legio I Britannica
Active 2009-present
Country Empire of Austenasia
Size 10
Anniversaries 23 May 2009
Engagements Skirmish of the Treasury
Austenasian Civil War
War of the Orlian Reunification
Commanders
Legate HIH Emperor Father Terry


History

Legio I Britannica was founded as the 1st Inner Austenasia Division on 23 May 2009. At the time of its foundation, the division comprised the entirety of the Austenasian Army, and fought in the Skirmish of the Treasury. With the outbreak of the Austenasian Civil War, another division was founded; part of the 1st Inner Austenasia Division saw combat during the Battle of the Grove, and then later that year during the War of the Orlian Reunification in the Battle of Orly.

On 13 January 2011, as part of wide reforms to the Austenasian Army, the Division was renamed Legio I Britannica. On 8 August, the legion was mobilised to defend Wrythe and Zephyria from the riots in London, and remained so for nearly a month before being demobilised on 5 September 2011. Although it saw no actual combat, soldiers protected the Empire while many of its residents were away on holiday having left properties defenceless, performing a vital role in assuaging the fears of the holidaymakers.


Structure

Present structure

As of 22 December 2016:

Legio I Britannica

Past structures

1st Inner Austenasia Division (23 May 2009 - 8 March 2010)


1st Inner Austenasia Division (8 March 2010 - 24 May 2010)


1st Inner Austenasia Division (24 May 2010 - 17 June 2010)


1st Inner Austenasia Division (17 June 2010 - 10 September 2010)


1st Inner Austenasia Division (10 September 2010 - 13 January 2011)


Legio I Britannica (13 January 2011 - 13 April 2013)


Legio I Britannica (13 April 2013 - 4 May 2013)


Legio I Britannica (4 May 2013 - 22 December 2016)


Commanders

Battle honours