“Left right, left right”, the harsh tones of the Scottish sergeant major reverberate around the parade ground as his majesties 4th regiment present themselves for inspection. Even though Europe has now come under the same banner, the British Army still maintain their proud history, that until very recently they were the sword that ensured Britannia ruled not just the waves, but most of the known world. Some of the most famous battles in history dating back to the duke of Wellington’s victory at Waterloo were won with the blood and sweat of the British army.
They are respected throughout the world and any enemy that underestimates them will feel the cold steal of their bayonets. They ruled over the colonies with an iron fist and quelled any uprising whether great or small. It was only after the rise of the Soviets that they had to relax their grip and leave their foreign posts. But they never forget what they have lost and promise to return one day in force, to reclaim their lost colonies and God help anyone who stand in their way.
What the British army lacks in numbers it more than makes up for in discipline and skill. No soldier is allowed into the field before receiving years of gruelling and vigorous training at the hands of his majesties top officers. They are punished if they’re marksmanship is not up to scratch as they have a reputation to uphold. They fire rapid rounds reducing waves of enemies to crumpled corpses. They are provided with the finest equipment, which is more than can be said for their Russian adversaries. With the Alliance’s superior tank divisions at their back the British army might just be unbeatable.
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