City of Kingsbury Regiment
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|City of Kingsbury Regiment|
|Founded||1 July 1934|
|Branch||New Ingerland Army|
|Part of||Royal Corps of Infantry|
|Fast march||Standard of St. George (Listen)|
|Slow march||Scipio (Listen)|
|Colonel-in-Chief||HM The King|
|Unit Tac Signs|
The City of Kingsbury Regiment is principal ceremonial infantry regiment of the New Ingerland Army. The regiment was established in 1934 and is responsible, along with the Royal Household Guard, for mounting the guard at some of New Ingerland's best known political and cultural institutions. The motto of the regiment is "cede nullis", which is often translated from latin to mean "yield to none".
At present, the regiment is arranged into the following battalions:
- 1st Battalion (1COKR) - Ceremonial duties
- 2nd Battalion (2COKR) - Light infantry
The battalions swap roles every two years, with the change taking place on the 1 March. The garrison headquarters for the regiment is the Berbera Barracks, which sits on Central Park East between Government House and the Central Park.
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