Regiments is a Real-Time Tactics set in Germany 1989. The Cold War has gone hot, and the inferno is raging. Lead your Regiment through the fires of conflict and the fog of war. Break through the lines, call in artillery, maneuver, feign retreats, stage defenses, counter-attack. Do not relent.
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- When was Regiments released?
- Who was the developer that made Regiments?
- What is an example of a regiment?
- What regiment means?
- What are the types of regiment?
- What is a regiment team?
- How many types of regiment are there in Indian Army?
- How many types of Army regiments are there?
- What is considered a regiment?
- What does a regiment consist of?
- How many regiments are there in the Army?
- What are the types of Army units?
- What’s your regiment meaning?
When was Regiments released?
Who was the developer that made Regiments?
What is an example of a regiment?The definition of a regiment is a large number of people, particularly referring to a military unit made of two or more battalions. An example of a regiment is a huge group of protesters.
What are the types of regiment?
What is a regiment team?
How many types of regiment are there in Indian Army?S.No. Regiment Year of Raising
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11. DOGRA 1858
12. GARH RIF 1901
13. KUMAON (including NAGA) 1730
14. ASSAM 1941
How many types of Army regiments are there?
What is considered a regiment?
regiment, in most armies, a body of troops headed by a colonel and organized for tactical control into companies, battalions, or squadrons. French cavalry units were called regiments as early as 1558.
What does a regiment consist of?A regiment consists of a regimental headquarters, a headquarters company (or battery), and two to five organic battalions (Marine infantry regiments – three battalions of infantry; Marine artillery regiments – three to five battalions of artillery; Marine combat logistics regiments – one to three combat logistics …
What are the types of Army units?
Name Nature Strength
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division legion Formation 6,000–25,000
brigade Formation 3,000–5,000
regiment or group Unit 1,000–3,000
battalion or equivalent regiment (some countries for some arms only) squadron (US Cavalry) squadron (some countries for aviation) cohort Unit 300–1,000