Parachute Regiment

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This military unit played an important role in creating military history, however today it is no longer active

Parachute Regiment

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"Who Dares Wins"

General Information
Founded November 2008
Disbanded March 2010
Country Flag-United Kingdom.jpg United Kingdom
Region London
Colors Pink
Type Special Forces

The Parachute Regiment was a subordinate unit of the United Kingdom Special Forces.

The Old Paras

Beginning Commanding Officers
Jul 09 HexXA
Aug 09 Vinners
Sep 09 Jack Harris
Nov 09 Widdows9000
Nov 09 Craig Rossiter
Dec 09 Viperb10
Jan 10 RPR-Rank4.png Field Marshal AltmerVampire
Mar 10 RPR-Rank4.png Field Marshal Count Drakula
Jan 11 Army-Colonel.png Colonel Ian Passmore

The Parachute Regiment, often referred to as the Paratroopers or just Paras was the most senior branch of the United Kingdom Armed forces and were overseen by the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom) and Chief of Defence Staff. Paratroopers were typically very active, had a strength level of 14 or greater, and had to be a UK citizen or allied citizen in good standing.

The total combined daily hitting power of the Paratroopers was estimated to be between 80,000 and 100,000 damage, given the then-current equipment standards. This fundamental "quick and reactive" aspect of the organization was a key feature of its design and it can be considered that what the Paras lacked in cost-per-damage they compensated for with sheer power. It had adopted the system outlined in the Military Decorations, Medals and Insignia of the United Kingdom page.

Old Para Rank Structure

Military Branch R-1 (OR-4) R-2 (OF-8) 2IC (OF-9) CO (OF-10)
The United Kingdom Armed Forces
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The Parachute Regiment
Lieutenant General
Field Marshal