United Kingdom Special Forces
History of the United Kingdom Special Forces
|From||To||Director Special Forces (DSF)|
|Major General Count Drakula|
|Major General Frerk|
|Major General Artela|
|Major General Metalmicky999|
|Major General Jhorlin|
|Major General Ecksohh|
|Major General Bron Avery|
|Major General Sir Humphrey Appleby|
|Major General Jimbojoy|
Up until ecksohh became CO of the UKSF, it remained as a Part of the UKSF/UKEF combination of supplying. However, the unit was merged in September 2011 after the fall of London to raise activity and competition, as well as simplifying supply. During the British Armed Forces tri-service structure, the UKSF retained a the regimented military organisation, comprised of the following sub-divisions.
- Royal Parachute Regiment (British Army SF)
- Special Air Service (Royal Air Force SF)
- Special Boat Service (Royal Navy SF)
Admittance to a particular regiment depended upon which branch of the British Armed Forces a soldier had previously served in. However soon after being appointed, ecksohh abolished this regimental system in favour of a simple command - soldier structure.
End of Service
Sir Humphrey Appleby led the MU throughout the premiership of Temujin94 and served in the Ministry of Defence in addition. When he took on the full duties on the Minister of Defence, he remained CO of the UKSF for a short period to transition to the leadership to Jimbojoy, who served as Major General and CO of the MU until the military reforms of Thomas765. Many of the members of the UKSF would go on to found the core membership of its successor, the British Expeditionary Force.