Levare Army Corp

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1st Royal Telegraph Division
unit flag with "In Treue Fest" on it
ActiveFebruary 7th 2022-present
Country Kingdom of Levare(Grand Dutchie of Weimar)
AllegianceKaiser Vladimir Baruh
BranchNew German Heer
TypeSupport and logistics
RoleTelegraphing and Railway corp
Part ofLevarian army corp command structure
Standard heer command structure
Nickname(s)"Bavaria Larpers"
Patronthe Virgin Mary
Motto(s)"In Treue Fest (Translation: Steadfast in loyalty)"
ColorsBlue and White
Mascot(s)New German Duel Headed Hawk
AnniversariesFebruary 7th - Formation
EquipmentStandard issue
King of LevareKaiser Vladimir Baruh
New German national Cocade
Levarian Cocade

The Levare Army Corp also known as the LAC, is the only army Division in the Kingdom of Levare. it is a small division with unique ranks, customs, and uniforms that differ greatly from the regular New German Heer. the division is responsible for building reliable means of transportation for supplies as well as being runners. this division also is a machine gunner/assault division.


to join this division one must partake in doing a sub 8:30 mile, do 20 push ups(or 10 diamond push ups) in under a minute, 30 air squats(or 10 50lbs squats if possible) and another sub 8:30 mile. along with this soldiers mast take a biannual physical inspections with the same criteria.


this division has strict uniform standards. for enlisted men, the uniform consists of a M20 stahlhelm, olive drab uniform, black rain boots, and a black leather belt. Ncos and junior officers wear the same uniform with the exception of a peaked hat. ranks above Junior officer generally wear standard New German Heer uniforms.



the Levare Army Corp was founded with the intent to use it near the railway tracks in Levare and the Ephraim/Wegmat Border. it's main garrison is in Ostwald but is also stationed most of the time in Silver city Ephraim. it's main role was expanded from Railway and telegraphing to also photography as Vladimir Baruh thought that the army need someone to take photos and videos of battles and not expend combat troops to fill the role.