British Expeditionary Force
The British Expeditionary Force was the name of the last military unit remaining in the British Armed Forces. It was renamed from the United Kingdom Special Forces, after the membership of that unit was opened up to anybody wishing to join.
Organization of the British Expeditionary Force
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Supply kits of a base 10 Q6 weapons (plus 2 extra for every type of weapon raw material a supplier's citizenship country possesses), were given out daily, provided that a soldier has worked the previous day for an approved British Expeditionary Force supplier.