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3rd Rasalhague Regulars

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Third Rasalhague Regulars
Unit Profile (as of 2765)
Nickname
Parent Formation Rasalhague Regulars
Formed

HistoryEdit

Star LeagueEdit

In 2765, the Third Rasalhague Regulars were stationed on Rubigen and was considered a "Light" regiment. They remained on Rubigen until the First Succession War.[1][2]

Succession WarsEdit

First Succession WarEdit

The Third Rasalhague Regulars participated in the fighting along the Lyran Commonwealth border. They survived the horrors of the First Succession War and were posted on Toffen at the end of the war. They had suffered 68% losses during the fighting.[3]

Second Succession WarEdit

At some time before the end of the Second Succession War, the Third Rasalhague Regulars were destroyed.[4]

OfficersEdit

Rank Name Command
Commanding Officers of the 3rd Rasalhague Regulars

TacticsEdit

Unknown.

Game RulesEdit

Composition HistoryEdit

2765Edit

Third Rasalhague Regulars (Regiment/Regular/Reliable)[5]

- At this point in time the Third was based on Rubigen and was supported by three armor regiments and five infantry regiments.[5]

2786 - 2821Edit

3rd Rasalhague Regulars (Regiment/Regular/Reliable) [6]

Note: At this point in time the light-weight unit was stationed on Rubigen. In 2821 the command was reduced to 32 percent of its strength and was deployed on Toffen. [6]

2830Edit

3rd Rasalhague Regulars (Regiment/Regular/Reliable) [7]

Note: At this point in time the medium-weight unit was stationed on Toffen with an operational readiness of 67 percent. [7] The unit was destroyed during the war. [7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Field Report 2765: DCMS, p. 16, "Rasalhague Regulars"
  2. First Succession War, p. 137, "Deployment Table"
  3. First Succession War, p. 137, "Deployment Table"
  4. Second Succession War, p. 97, "Draconis Combine Mustered Soldiery: Deployment Table"
  5. 5.0 5.1 Field Report 2765: DCMS, p. 15-16, "Rasalhague Regulars"
  6. 6.0 6.1 ’’ First Succession War’’, p. 137
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 ’’ Second Succession War’’, p. 97

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