Belgian Civilian Army

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Belgian Civilian Army

Belgian Civilian Army.jpg

For Belgium, For Freedom!

General Information
Formation October 1st, 2011
Disbanded Sometime in 2015 (est)
Country Flag-Belgium.jpg Belgium
Region Brussels
Structure


The Belgian Civilian Army (BCA) was a civilian army in Belgium. It was created on October 1, 2011 (Day 1411) with the funds from a Day 1406 donation to the state. On Day 1416, it was renamed from Belgian Special Forces. The Belgian Civilian Army is meant for Belgian citizens who do not want to be in a military with strict daily orders but still want to enjoy the advantages of being in a military. Although BCA is not a strict military, orders are set daily so members can get a free energy bar and Bazooka.

Location

The Headquarters of the BCA was located in Brussels, Icon-Belgium.png Belgium.

Mandate

The BCA was a military unit devoted to defending its sovereign land, Icon-Belgium.png Belgium.

Requirements

  • Citizenship: Must be a Belgian Citizen.
  • Strength: No requirements.
  • Military Rank: No requirements.
  • Affiliations: Every Belgian citizen is welcome in this military unit.

Commanders