Army Training Corps

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This military unit played an important role in creating military history, however today it is no longer active


Army Training Corps

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General Information
Country Flag-United Kingdom.jpg United Kingdom
Region London
Colors Red, Black and Gold
Type Training Unit
Structure
Total Soldiers Classified
Part of British Army


General Officer Commanding, Army Training Corps
From To GOC ATC
26th July 2010 3rd September 2010 Staff-General.png General John F Baker
3rd September 2010 17th Staff-General.png General Gav Miller
18th September 2010 Staff-General.png General Petros13
Staff-General.png General Betafoxtrot


Army Training Corps was the British Army's training unit, designed to educate low level citizens in the workings of the British Armed Forces, and keep citizens of low economy skill as reserve troops, working privately until they reach Level 6 skill in any of the Moving Ticket or Weapon work skills.

Organization of the Army Training Corps

There were 5 Boot Camp regiments, designed to educate the soldiers of tomorrow on eRepublik Rising combat skills and the structure of the British Army. Each was led by a Captain and a Colour Sergeant.

  • Army Boot Camp 1st Platoon
  • Army Boot Camp 2nd Platoon
  • Army Boot Camp 3rd Platoon
  • Army Boot Camp 4th Platoon
  • Army Boot Camp 5th Platoon

Previous Regiments

Previously, each war skill, Rifle, Artillery, Tank or Air Unit, had a regiment for its training, led and educated by a Lieutenant Colonel.

  • Army Training Regiment Catterick

Infantry training regiment.

  • Army Training Regiment Winchester

Artillery training regiment.

  • Army Training Regiment Bassingbourne

Tank training regiment.

  • Army Training Regiment Pirbright

Helicopter training regiment.