Royal Army of Sorrenia
|Royal Army of Sorrenia|
|Established||30 March 2018|
|Country||Kingdom of Sorrenia|
|Service Branches||Sorrenian Regulars |
Sorrenian Royal Navy
Sorrenian Royal Air Force
|Previous engagements||War of the Sorrenian Succession|
|Current engagements||Dradelian Insurgency|
|War Council||King Ronald the First|
The Sorrenian Regulars make up the bulk of the Royal Army and act as general reserves. They are capable of serving both as a defensive and offensive unit.
Aside from patrols and training, the Sorrenian Regulars are able to act as emergency services in the case of flooding and the like.
Currently, the Royal Navy is restricted in its operation to inland waters, in which patrols are conducted using a small raft. Such patrolled waters include the likes of Derwent Reservoir.
Upon independence, the Royal Navy would also be able to patrol the waters of the North Sea and Irish Sea, with the Sorrenian government indicating a desire to restore cities such as Newcastle and Sunderland to their historic maritime importance.
Royal Air Force
Currently, the Royal Air Force is restricted to the operation of several small drones and a remote-controlled helicopter.
Unlike their British namesakes, the Guards are not an offensive unit, and are tasked only with border patrol and defence.
They are directly administered by His Majesty and accompany him permanently. Although their official headquarters is Bamburgh Castle, their duties make the Royal Household their de facto headquarters.