The British Army is the IRC active, mobile branch of the British Armed Forces.
Organization of the British Army
| Unit Commander|
| Unit 2iC|
History of the British Army
|From||To||Commander-in-Chief British Army|
|Major General Betafoxtrot|
|Major General Gambit8|
|Major General JamesB009|
|July 2011||Major General Lionbeard|
|November 2011||Major General NikSerb|
|November 2011||Incumbent||Major General JamesB009|
The British Army began in April 2010 after wide-spread military reforms, in preparation for Erepublik V2, dissolved the Royal Navy and Special Forces Support Group. After the reforms, the British Army was not a branch, but a group of branches:
- British Army
January 2011 Reforms
After further changes to the battlefield module the British Armed Forces underwent further structural reforms and with the reintroduction of the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force as independant branches, the British Army became one arm of the British Armed Forces, tri-service organization.
June 2011 Reform
In June another reform came to the Armed Forces. The British Army lost its regiments in favour of the simpler command structure of a Commander-in-Chief with the possiblity of assigning two Commanding Officers.
October 2011 Reform
In the October reforms of 2011 the British Army was singled out to be the main, active fighting force of the British Armed Forces, first with the closure of the RAF and then with the reform of the Royal Navy into an IRC inactive branch.
It was subsequently decided to rename the Royal Navy the British Army Reserves.
Links & References