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The 95th Regiment of Foot Aka 95th Rifles (Skirms/Arty/Line)[EU] *Recruiting*

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Kilidath

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We are the fighting 95th, the first on the field and the last out of it!
  • We are a friendly regiment with a terrible sense of humor!
  • We attend daily Linebattles in which we pride ourselves on our marksmanship!
  • Shoot the Bloody Officer!
  • And we're proud about our ability to die heroically! Over the hills, and far away!
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The Experimental Corps of Riflemen & The Breed of a New Soldier

In 1800, an "Experimental Corps of Riflemen", was raised by Colonel Coote Manningham and Lieutenant-Colonel the Hon. William Stewart, drawn from officers and other ranks from drafts of a variety of British regiments. The Corps differed in several regards from the Line infantry of the British Army. Most significantly, the Rifles were armed with the formidable Baker rifle, which was more accurate and of longer range than the musket, although it took longer to load. As the rifle was shorter than the musket, it was issued with a 21-inch sword bayonet.

Riflemen wore dark green jackets rather than the bright red coats of the British line infantry regiments of that time; close-fitting pantaloons, rather than breeches; black facings and black belts rather than white; a green plume on their "stovepipe shakoes" which the light infantry also wore, as well as other accoutrements unique to Rifles regiments.
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The Baker Rifle - Developed by British Master Gunsmith Ezekiel Baker in 1800.

The riflemen were trained to work in open order and to be able to think for themselves. They were to operate in pairs ahead of the main infantry, which were bunched in close formations. They were taught to make best use of natural cover and to harass the enemy with aimed shots. These tactics, which had originated in campaigns in North America, were unorthodox for the time. It was considered too impractical for individual soldiers to aim at specific targets and conventional tactics favoured the mass volley from a close formation and the bayonet. To aid speed and mobility, the Rifles used bugles to transmit commands rather than the drums used by Line infantry and for the same reason did not carry Colours.

The treatment of soldiers in the new Rifle Corps was markedly different from the line infantry. Although flogging existed as a means of enforcing military discipline, it was seldom used. The unit held regular shooting and sporting competitions, and men were rewarded for their achievements. Officers would regularly dine with their men and so became familiar with each man in their respective companies, an unusual practice at the time.

The new regiment was armed with the Baker rifle which, though it took two or three times as long to load and required a separate calibre of ball (leading to supply issues), was considerably more accurate and effective at a longer range than the standard issue Brown Bess musket of the line regiments and regular light infantry companies. This rifle was an accurate weapon for its day, with reported kills being taken at 100–300 yards (270 m) away. During the Peninsular War, Rifleman Thomas Plunkett of the 1st Battalion, 95th Rifles, shot the French General Auguste-Marie-François Colbert at a range that may have been even greater. He then shot a second French officer who rode to the general's aid, proving that this was not just a lucky shot. By comparison, a standard issue Brown Bess musket was unlikely to hit a man-sized target at ranges beyond 80 yards.





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The Storming of Montevideo (3rd February 1807)
The 95th Regiment of Foot & The Napoleonic Wars

In 1802, the Rifle Corps was brought into the line of the British Army as the 95th (Rifles) Regiment of Foot, the "95th Rifles". In 1803, the 95th moved to Shorncliffe, Kent, where it underwent light infantry training, along with the 43rd and 52nd Regiments of Foot, under the tutelage of Colonel Coote-Manningham and Sir John Moore; the latter, like the 95th, would gain fame during the Peninsular War.

In 1805, a 2nd Battalion was raised at Canterbury, Kent, and later in the year the 1/95th deployed to Germany as part of a British expedition, under the command of Lord Cathcart, designed to liberate Hanover from occupation by France - the 95th subsequently formed the advance guard on the way to Bremen. In February 1806, the 95th formed the rearguard for the withdrawal to Cuxhaven, afterwards returning home to the UK. In October, five companies of the 1/95th and three companies of the 2/95th departed for Spanish-controlled South America, Spain then being allied with France. It was part of a second invasion force that was designed as reinforcements for the first invasion against Buenos Aires, launched earlier in 1806 by Sir Home Popham without the Government's knowledge. The first invasion had already failed, although Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Auchmuty, commander of the second invasion force, was unaware of this failure.

The 2/95th, as part of Auchmuty's force, took part in the siege and subsequent storming of Montevideo, in what is now Uruguay, and which saw Montevideo captured on the 3 February 1807, after clearing the surrounding area of Spanish troops in January. The 95th subsequently saw action at Colonia against a Spanish force that had crossed from Buenos Aires; the Rifles held off the force until it could be repulsed, with the 95th gaining much praise from Auchmuty for their part in the defeat of the Spanish force. Once again the 95th saw action in June at San Pedro where they, the 40th and light companies, fought against the Spanish force that had crossed from Buenos Aires and defeated them.

Lieutenant-General John Whitelocke, the newly-arrived overall commander,  launched an ill-advised and mismanaged assault on Buenos Aires in which the companies of both battalions of the 95th were involved as part of the Light Brigade, commanded by Robert Craufurd. During the assault on Buenos Aires on 5 July, the 95th and the rest of the British force suffered heavy casualties in bitter fighting to capture the city. The Light Brigade had suffered so heavily that they had to take refuge in a church and surrendered soon after, eventually followed by Whitelocke's force. After Whitelocke negotiated the withdrawal of British forces, the men were released and they returned home later that year. In the aftermath of the disastrous expedition, Popham and Whitelocke were court-martialed, with Popham reprimanded and Whitelocke dismissed from the Army.

The remaining companies of the 95th were involved in the expedition to Denmark that year and took part in the Battle of Copenhagen in 1807 as part of Arthur Wellesley's Brigade. The expedition, commanded by Lord Cathcart, was intended to capture the Danish Fleet to prevent it falling into the hands of France. The expedition proved to be a thorough success with the Danish Fleet being captured at which point the British withdrew. In 1808 the 1/95th took part in an expedition to another Scandinavian country, Sweden, an expedition that was commanded by Sir John Moore and designed to help Sweden during their war with Russia. However, once they had reached Gothenburg in May, the troops remained aboard the anchored ships for two months due to a misunderstanding between the British and Swedish governments and returned to Britain before being redirected to Portugal to take part in the Peninsular War, a war designed to help Portugal and Spain in their fight against the French, and where the 95th Rifles would gain their fame.

In August the 2/95th was part of the expedition commanded by Sir Arthur Wellesley to Portugal and covered the landings at Mondego Bay. On 15 August they had the distinction of firing the first shots of the Peninsular War during a skirmish at Óbidos against the French, but also unfortunately suffered the first British officer fatality of the war - Lieutenant Ralph Bunbury. On 17th August the 95th, as part of 6th Brigade which included the 5th/60th Foot, took part in the Battle of Roliça - the first pitched battle of the war which saw the 95th distinguish themselves greatly. The 1/95th was force marched in an attempt to arrive with the main force for the Battle of Talavera but despite covering a notable distance they arrived on the 29 July 1809, after the battle.

The 95th fought in numerous major battles and skirmishes during the campaign as part of the elite Light Division, including the battles of Bussaco, Vittoria and Nivelle as well as the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz 1812. An example of the ability of the Rifles was at the Battle of Nivelle in 1813 when a company of the 95th Rifles under the command of Captain Daniel Cadoux held off an entire French division inflicting 231 casualties and suffering 14 killed, including Cadoux.
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The Battle of Nivelle (10th November 1813)



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The Light Division crossing the River Alma, led by the Rifle Brigade.
(20th September 1854)
The Rifle Brigade

The 95th, having seen distinguished service in the Napoleonic Wars, became the "Rifle Brigade" on 23 February 1816. Following this, the number was reassigned in 1823 to the newly formed county regiment of the 95th (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot. The Duke of Wellington served as Colonel-in-Chief of the regiment from 1820 until his death in 1852. It was granted the title "The Prince Consort's Own Rifle Brigade" in honour of HRH Prince Albert, The Prince Consort, the Rifle Brigade's former Colonel-in-Chief.

When the Crimean War broke out in 1853 the Rifle Brigade sent two battalions which fought at the Alma, where one of the battalions led the advance across the Alma River, Inkerman and at the Siege of Sevastopol. The regiment won eight Victoria Crosses during the Crimean War, more than any other regiment.

In 1866, Private Timothy O'Hea of the 1st Battalion, was awarded the Victoria Cross for an act of bravery in peacetime, while his unit was stationed in Canada.
On 9 June 1866, at Danville, Quebec, on the main railway between Montreal and Quebec City, a fire broke out in an car containing 2,000 lb (900 kg) of ammunition. O'Hea took charge of extinguishing the fire.


The Great War

The Rifle Brigade fielded 28 battalions during the First World War, from its original complement of 4 regular and 2 reserve, seeing service primarily on the Western Front, but also in Macedonia. The regiment lost 11,575 killed during the course of the war. They were awarded 52 battle honours, 10 Victoria Crosses and numerous other decorations.

The 8th Battalion of the Rifle Brigade (together with the 7th & 9th battalions) was part of the 41st Brigade of the 14th (Light) Division of XV Corps. They were mainly made up of volunteers from the outbreak of World War I. The battalion saw action including at the Ypres Salient and the Somme. Notably the action they were in at Hooge, Belgium (30–31 July 1915) saw the first use of flamethrowers by the Germans, Sidney Clayton Woodroffe was awarded the VC for his actions in this battle.



World War II & The Royal Green Jackets

The Rifle Brigade raised seventeen battalions to fight in the Second World War. In 1937, the regiment formed the first motor battalions, a role that would allow the Rifle Brigade freedom of movement which fit their tradition of speed and initiative. The 1st Battalion of the regiment was forced to surrender during the Battle of France in 1940 with the survivors of the 2nd Battalion KRRC and the now embodied Territorial Army battalion of the Queen Victoria's Rifles (KRRC). After a four day epic battle to hold Calais only 30 men escaped by Royal Navy launch just at the point of surrender, late afternoon 26th May, but not before they had fought a gallant last stand using up the last of their ammunition as they pulled back into the port.

The 1st Battalion was reformed in the UK and took part with the 2nd Battalion in the battles in North Africa. The 1st Battalion's four 6-pounders were credited with destroying 19 tanks from the 21st Panzer Division at the Battle of Alam el Halfa on the 31st August 1942. The 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade fought with distinction in the Western Desert Campaign, especially in the "Snipe" action during the Battle of El Alamein, where the four 6-pounders of that battalion, supported by a Royal Artillery 6-pounder Anti-Tank battery, destroyed fifty-one German and Italian tanks in a battle that lasted sixteen hours. Lieutenant Colonel Turner received the Victoria Cross for his actions fighting with the guns.

Four battalions of the regiment fought in the Italian Campaign, the 1st returning to England in December 1943 to prepare for the invasion of North West Europe. The remaining three battalions were formed into 61st Infantry Brigade, but continued their accustomed role of co-operating with armour when conditions allowed. Their capture of the hills of Perugia involved four successive night attacks. The 1st and 8th Battalions landed in Normandy in June 1944, and fought their way through France, Belgium and the Netherlands to end the war in the vicinity of Hamburg. The regiment was awarded 57 battle honours for World War II.

From spring 1946 a number of surplus Rifle Brigade subalterns were transferred to No1 T-Force, a British Army unit which was active in the Ruhr. Their role was to carry out reparations work, evacuating military and industrial equipment needed to rebuild British industry. The 1st Battalion went on to serve in the Mau Mau Rebellion in Kenya and the Malayan Emergency.

In 1958 the 1st Battalion was the last surviving battalion that traced its lineage back to the 95th. It was renamed the 3rd Green Jackets Regiment of the Green Jackets Brigade. When the brigade was amalgamated into the Royal Green Jackets in 1966, it became its 3rd Battalion. In 1970 it was reduced to company strength before being reconstituted at Shoeburyness in 1972 under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Robin Evelegh. In 1992 the 1st battalion was disbanded and the 2nd and 3rd battalions were renumbered as the 1st and 2nd respectively.
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Soldiers from 8 Rifle Brigade (Motor) move forward cautiously.
(Near Eterville, Normandy, 29 June 1944)


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A soldier from C Company 1st Batallion The Rifles (1 RIFLES) takes up a firing position whilst on patrol in the Nawa area of Helmand, Afghanistan. (March 2009)

The Rifles - Modern Infantry

On 1 February 2007 the 2nd Battalion were ceremonially rebadged at Kiwi Barracks in Bulford to become the 4th Battalion of the newly formed regiment – The Rifles.

The Rifles Regiment has the widest range of roles of any infantry regiment and, uniquely, they have a battalion in the Commando Role with 3 Commando Brigade. Other battalions offer armoured infantry in Warrior AFVs (Armoured Fighting Vehicle), Light Role for jungle and mountain operations and Mechanised in Bulldog AFVs. The Rifles have been active in Op Herrick since their creation and are one of the key parts of the British Forces in Afghanistan.

Since the start of Op Herrick a total of 54 Riflemen have given their lives for their country, and this regiment aims to not only remember this, but to show our support by representing this great regiment.


"Courage, boys, 'tis one to ten,
But we return all gentlemen
All gentlemen as well as they,
Over the hills and far away.
Over the Hills and O'er the Main,
To Flanders, Portugal and Spain,
The Queen commands and we'll obey
Over the Hills and far away."




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Rifle Roster

Officers:
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Colonel - Kilidath
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Lieutenant Colonel -  Egmond
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Major (Bvt Lt. Col) -  Hughie
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Major - Ruzar
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Captain - Dooomninja
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Captain - Cobra

Non-Commissioned Officers:
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Serjeant Major - Chaos
Serjeant Major - Michael
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Serjeant - Fredrick 
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Corporal - Dithon
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Corporal - Rambo

Chosen(Wo)Man: [Chm]
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- Crighton999
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- Happy Stormtrooper
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- Lanser
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- Laslas
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- RankMath
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- ReeceeBabyyy
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- Rindviech
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- Sword
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- James_Mackay

Marksman [Mks]:
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- bobs
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- david
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- Conquer
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- Duke_Simmy
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- rusty aim
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- Rusty
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- Sparky
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- Topy
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- TheVeryBritishBrigadier
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- Wizeman2

Rifleman [Rfm]:
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- AV
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- Deadman
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- Devilpunchbowl
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- Frank Jackson
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- Harry_Martin
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- james
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- Kiev
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- Kingpin
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- Krakenwagen
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-  Loyal
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- Leclair
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- Mr.Pionier
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-  PaulDylan
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-  Purpureo
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- Rebel
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- xXRaider
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- zRSpectre
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- rockpuppy
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- Dark0wnt
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- Walrus

Regular [Rgl]:
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-  Raven_Sienderra
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-  william

Private [Pte]:
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- Cockswain
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- DEAD HUNTER
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- IrishGreniderr
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- Wenom
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- yassir

Cadet [Cdt]:
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- Bacchus
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- epona
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- GingaMan
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- GT555
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- jogrsc
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- Styro
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- gustav II adolf
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- madness
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- outlast
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- Zigs

Recruit [Rct]:
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- Belmont
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- Frankie
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- Irish Brony
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- Joe
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- LFCJames
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- Romainia
Please be aware that high numbers in the roster does not necessarily mean high attendance in linebattles. Different detachments get different attendances, Rifles get 12-20, Guards get ~15.  Arty gets 5 crew members and a couple of guards. Of course, with you included, we can always improve these numbers  :wink:


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95th Rifles
Colonel - Col
Lieutenant Colonel - Lt.Col


Major - Maj
Captain - Cpt
Lieutenant - Lt


Regimental Serjeant Major - RSM
Quartermaster - QM


Serjeant Major - SjtM
Serjeant - Sjt
Corporal - Cpl


Chosen Man - ChM
Marksman - Mrks


Rifleman - Rfm

Regular - Rgl
Private - Pte
Cadet - Cdt
Recruit - Rct



95th Line
Major - Maj
Captain - Cpt
Lieutenant - Lt
2nd Lieutenant - 2ndLt


Serjeant Major - SjtM
Colour Serjeant - CSjt
Staff Serjeant - SSjt
Serjeant - Sjt
Corporal - Cpl
Lance Corporal -LCpl


Guard - Grd
Grenadiers - Gren



Private - Pte
Cadet - Cdt
Recruit - Rct



95th Artillery
Major - Maj
Captain - Cpt
Lieutenant - Lt




Battery Serjeant - BattSjt
Bombardier - Bmdr
Lance Bombardier - LBmdr


Gunner - Gnr

Private - Pte
Recruit - Rct


Colour Code:
Regimental Officers
Regimental Staff
Officers
Non-Commissioned Officers
Senior Enlisted
Enlisted
Training
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The 95th Rifles in NW are dedicated to enjoying the experience - that means we like to have fun and make the most of what we can within the game. For those of you who want to learn more about what it means to play as a rifleman; including but not limited to skirmish tactics, marksmanship and a really bad sense of humour, then this regiment is for you. We attend regular events such as Line Battles, Sieges, as well as Brigade Events within the British Army. We recruit any experience level from across the world - all that is required is that you are able to understand English well, are able to use Teamspeak 3 and want to improve both yourself and the regiment.


The main rules are as follows:

1. This is a game, the whole point of it is to have fun. Just know where the line is and don't take stuff over the top.

2. Banter is encouraged between our soldiers, but once again - know the line and don't cross it. Keep it within the regiment, as other people may take it the wrong way.

3. Unless you inform an officer, you are expected to turn up to trainings and line battles. We don't mind if you simply don't want to play tonight or you're playing another game, just let us know so that we have a rough idea of what numbers the Regiment can field. As mentioned in rule 1 - this is a game and we're all here to have fun. Nobody is going to force people to play.

4. Applicants are expected to have some level of maturity. Typically we accept aplicants who are 14 years or older though there are exceptions

5. Please keep trolling in events to an absolute minimum. Especially when asked by an officer to stop.

6. Team Killing while during and event is forbidden, this includes all time while being on the server.​
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If you're still reading this and think that you've got what it takes to make it as a member of the 95th, then post the following in the thread below:​

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[b]Name:[/b]
[b]Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):[/b]
[b]Age:[/b]
[b]Nationality:[/b]
[b]Experience in the game before:[/b] (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea)
[b]Do you understand the rules of the Regiment?[/b]

Alternatively add 95th_Kilidath
 

ValeteReal

Recruit
Name: Juan
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): ValeteReal
Nationality: Brazilian (hope it isn't a problem...)
Experience in the game before:  4 months playing in public servers and 1 month playing in a brazilian line inf. regiment (left).
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yeah, read and understood.
 

Kilidath

Recruit
ValeteReal said:
Name: Juan
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): ValeteReal
Nationality: Brazilian (hope it isn't a problem...)
Experience in the game before:  4 months playing in public servers and 1 month playing in a brazilian line inf. regiment (left).
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yeah, read and understood.


I'll add you on steam, you nation shouldn't matter, but be aware we are primarily an EU Regiment so out event are typically 7pm GMT
 

Man-2-Arms

Recruit
Name: Colin
Steam: Man2Arms
Age:47
Nationality: UK , Newcastle upon tyne                                                                                                                          Experience in the game before:817 hours on warband - abt 400 on napoleonics war ,I always play as a rifleman
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yip
 

Kilidath

Recruit
Man-2-Arms said:
Name: Colin
Steam: Man2Arms
Age:47
Nationality: UK , Newcastle upon tyne                                                                                                                          Experience in the game before:817 hours on warband - abt 400 on napoleonics war ,I always play as a rifleman
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yip



I'll Add you to steam later this evening
 

ValeteReal

Recruit
Kilidath said:
ValeteReal said:
Name: Juan
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): ValeteReal
Nationality: Brazilian (hope it isn't a problem...)
Experience in the game before:  4 months playing in public servers and 1 month playing in a brazilian line inf. regiment (left).
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yeah, read and understood.


I'll add you on steam, you nation shouldn't matter, but be aware we are primarily an EU Regiment so out event are typically 7pm GMT


NP. I just got 5 days off, im adding you now.
 

dkmichael10

Recruit
Name: Michael Bui
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):  steamcommunity.com/id/FaLLeNDK
Age: 15
Nationality: Danish (Denmark)
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) I have no prior experience and have just started playing this game. I am however interessted in Regiments and the idea behind it and I would love to play with you guys and get better in this type of environment.
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yes, I understand the rules of the Regiment
 

Banshee512

Recruit
Name:Alex
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):STEAM_0:1:44978362
Age:14
Nationality:British
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) I have previously played within the 84e Regiment, however I left them and haven't played the game for a while, although I still have some understanding of the controls, and I still remember some basic orders such as "About Face" and "Present".
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment?Yes, I understand the Regiment's Rules.
 

Kilidath

Recruit
Banshee512 said:
Name:Alex
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):STEAM_0:1:44978362
Age:14
Nationality:British
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) I have previously played within the 84e Regiment, however I left them and haven't played the game for a while, although I still have some understanding of the controls, and I still remember some basic orders such as "About Face" and "Present".
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment?Yes, I understand the Regiment's Rules.

i can't seem to find you could you try adding [95th]Kilidath?
 

Kilidath

Recruit
dkmichael10 said:
Name: Michael Bui
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):  steamcommunity.com/id/FaLLeNDK
Age: 15
Nationality: Danish (Denmark)
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) I have no prior experience and have just started playing this game. I am however interessted in Regiments and the idea behind it and I would love to play with you guys and get better in this type of environment.
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yes, I understand the rules of the Regiment

Missed this I have added you to steam
 

Banshee512

Recruit
Kilidath said:
Banshee512 said:
Name:Alex
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):STEAM_0:1:44978362
Age:14
Nationality:British
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) I have previously played within the 84e Regiment, however I left them and haven't played the game for a while, although I still have some understanding of the controls, and I still remember some basic orders such as "About Face" and "Present".
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment?Yes, I understand the Regiment's Rules.

i can't seem to find you could you try adding [95th]Kilidath?
Done.
 

dkmichael10

Recruit
Kilidath said:
dkmichael10 said:
Name: Michael Bui
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page):  steamcommunity.com/id/FaLLeNDK
Age: 15
Nationality: Danish (Denmark)
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) I have no prior experience and have just started playing this game. I am however interessted in Regiments and the idea behind it and I would love to play with you guys and get better in this type of environment.
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yes, I understand the rules of the Regiment

Missed this I have added you to steam

Accepted
 

SSoRDCR

Recruit
Name: Robin
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): SSoRDCR
Age: 17
Nationality: Dutch
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) Used to play M&B Warband Singeplayer a lot. Recently got it on Steam. Not much experience in the Multiplayer though. Singleplayer experience: ~1000 hours. Multiplayer experience: ~10 hours
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yes, I understand the rules of the Regiment.
 

Kilidath

Recruit
SSoRDCR said:
Name: Robin
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): SSoRDCR
Age: 17
Nationality: Dutch
Experience in the game before: (This wont affect your application, I just want to get an idea) Used to play M&B Warband Singeplayer a lot. Recently got it on Steam. Not much experience in the Multiplayer though. Singleplayer experience: ~1000 hours. Multiplayer experience: ~10 hours
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yes, I understand the rules of the Regiment.

Added you to steam
 
Name: SWallace
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): PaulIsDead
Age: 17
Nationality: Canadian
Experience in the game before: I played with the 29th for two years. Me and a bunch of friends have a habit of playing on the Pirate Battle server and are pretty organized in naval engagements.
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yup.
 

Kilidath

Recruit
deathtoswadia said:
Name: SWallace
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): PaulIsDead
Age: 17
Nationality: Canadian
Experience in the game before: I played with the 29th for two years. Me and a bunch of friends have a habit of playing on the Pirate Battle server and are pretty organized in naval engagements.
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yup.

I tried to find you but not sure i found you coudl you try adding [95th]Kilidath?
 

x9jr

Recruit
age:11

steam name:mad:9jr

experience:i have almost no experience but I'm really in to the game and will be getting on any time i can and i really want to join yall and win a crap ton of wars :grin:
 

Kilidath

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x9jr said:
age:11

steam name:mad:9jr

experience:i have almost no experience but I'm really in to the game and will be getting on any time i can and i really want to join yall and win a crap ton of wars :grin:

Your really enthusiastic, I'll add you on steam, but be prepared "most" of the regiment are a little older in age if not mentality.
 

Kilidath

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Romerico said:
Name: Joonsu
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): KoreanTiger1018
Age: 15
Nationality: Korean
Experience in the game before: No, my first time playing the game and as a regiment
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Aye, Sir

Hey man are you going to be ok with playing event at 7pm GMT?
 

Xanthior

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Name: Xanthior
Steam ID (Or a link to your profile page): http://steamcommunity.com/id/teamqwerty/
Age: 19
Nationality: British
Experience in the game before: First time playing in this game in a regiment, but have played in a regiment in a similar style game (Battlegrounds 2)
Do you understand the rules of the Regiment? Yes.
 
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