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ORDER OF BATTLE

151 - Battalion HQ

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151 - Battalion HQ is the main command element of the [6th GA]. The officer-in-charge of 151 is the Commander-In-Chief (CIC) of the unit. 151 typically consists of the CIC, a Captain or higher, who is assisted by his 2IC, a Lieutenant or higher.
Honorary officers are also submitted to 151/HQ but do not hold any operational commands.

The 151 coordinates and supervises the general organization of the unit. It holds the highest discretion in all decisions made related to the unit. All promotions are recommended to, reviewed by and approved by the 151Officers . Any dishonorable discharges or other disciplinary actions must be approved by the 151Officers .

The 151 - Battalion HQ is currently commanded by Capt. J. Harper, 2IC is Lieut. C. Reid.

The callsign of the 151/HQ is a green diamond, radio callsign "Sunray".

152 - Grenadier Guards

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152 - Grenadier Guards is one of the two infantry elements of the [6th GA].
The unit-strength of the 152 is currently two infantry Squadrons, led by the 152/HQ.
With a total manpower of 20 members.

152 - Grenadier Guards is commanded by the 152/HQ. The current commanding officer
is 2/Lieut. J. Eldar. Typically, the commanding officer is assisted by a senior NCO and/or a WO2.
The 152/HQ is in charge of the organization of all 152 sqn.'s.

The 152 typically has two infantry and one special operations squadron. All sqn.'s are typically led by a Lance Sergeant. The squadron leader is typically assisted by several Lance Corporals, depending on the squadron size. All NCOs are responsible for maintaining discipline, maintain battle-readiness and trainings.
 

All newly promoted guardsmen, who elected to join infantry, will be drafted into the 152/1 and 152/2 infantry squadrons.
Only handpicked guardsmen will be drafted into the Special Activities Detail, provided they passed the qualification course..

 

The callsign for 152 is a red diamond for 152/HQ, a red triangle for 152/1, a red square for 152/2.

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153 - Coldstream Guards

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153 - Coldstream Guards is one of the two infantry elements of the [6th GA].
The unit-strength of the 152 is currently two infantry Squ
adrons, led by the 152/HQ.

With a total manpower of 20 members.
 

153 - Coldstream Guards is commanded by the 153 -HQ.
The current commanding officer is 2/Lieut. J. Williams. Typically, the commanding officer is
assisted by a senior NCO and/or a WO2. The 153 - HQ is in charge of the organization of all 153 sqn.'s.

The 153 typically has three infantry squadrons. All sqn.'s are typically led by a Lance Sergeant. The squadron leader is typically assisted by several Lance Corporals, depending on the squadron size. All NCOs are responsible for maintaining discipline, maintain battle-readiness and trainings.

All newly promoted guardsmen, who elected to join infantry, will be drafted into the 153/1 and 153/2 infantry squadrons.

The callsign for 153 is a yellow diamond for 153/HQ, a yellow triangle for 153/1, a yellow square for 153/2.

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151 - Battalion HQ
153 - Coldstream Guards
152 - Grenadier Guards
154 - Scots Guards

154 - Scots Guards

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154 - Scots Guards is the only armoured and infantry element of the [6th GA].
The unit-strength of the 154 is currently one infantry Squ
adron,
one armoured Squadron led by the 154/HQ.

With a total manpower of 20+ members.
 

154 - Scots Guards is commanded by the 154 -HQ.
The current commanding officer is 2/Lieut. S. Scott. Typically, the commanding officer is
assisted by a senior NCO and/or a WO2. The 154 - HQ is in charge of the organization of all 154 sqn.'s.

The 154 currently has one infantry squadron and one armoured squadron . All sqn.'s are typically led by a Lance Sergeant.

The squadron leader is typically assisted by several Lance Corporals, depending on the squadron size. All NCOs are responsible for maintaining discipline, maintain battle-readiness and trainings.

All newly promoted guardsmen, who elected to join infantry, will be drafted into the 154/R  infantry squadrons.

154/S is the unit's armoured squadron. This squadron trains specifically with all types of armoured and is deployed as such during events. New members can join the armoured section, although there are limited slots. Following real-life tradition the 154/S has more "leader" positrons due to the nature of the unit. If there are no slots available, one must join an infantry section and, when a slot is free, can request a transfer.

 

Following a real-life tradition the 154 has different names for its elements
 

The callsign for 153 is a blue diamond for 154/HQ, a blue triangle for 154/R, a blue square for 154/S.

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