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Royal Army of Ruthenia
|Royal Army |
Coat of Arms or the Royal Army
|Country||Kingdom of Ruthenia|
|Motto||Patrie et Discipline|
|Nicholas, Duke of Bradamante|
|Ari of Ruthenia|
Oscar, King of Ruthenia
Jacob, Duke Palatine of Columba
The Royal Army of Ruthenia is the land forces of the Ruthenia. It's a small army, but disciplined and still in consideration of new reforms about his ranks and activity.
The royal army was founded on November 26, 2014. The army was originally, and this is still very much its primary function, intended to be a defensive force to protect the Kingdom, the King and the People of Ruthenia.
The Royal Amy issued weapons for self defense, normally pistols and rifles. The Government don't make public more information.
The Royal Army had four types of proposed uniforms. Court Dress, Casual Dress, Work Dress and Battle Dress. Court Dress was the most formal of all uniforms. All award medals and badges are displayed on the soldiers left side. The color of the uniform is a field gray service jacket, with trousers of equal color and material. On their heads officers wear a peaked cap, enlisted soldiers wear a beret. Casual Dress was to be the standard work uniform in the royal army. Awards are to be displayed by the ribbon (which is given the same time as the award itself) and honorary badges are not to be displayed, with the acception of the wound badge. The color of the uniform was to be field grey with trousers of equal material. the Battle Dress uniform was to be worn when present on a battlefield or in combat. This uniform was to be in a camouflage pattern. Finally, the Work Dress is T-shirts field gray with black trousers of equal material.
|1st Army||Alto da Solidão|
|2nd Army||Land of St. Stephen|
|3rd Army||Land of St. Peter|
|4th Army||Land of St. Paul|
|5th Army||Grand Duchy of Escandia|
Ranks and Structure