Structure of the New Ingerland Army
The current structure of the New Ingerland Army see it divided into a number of separate units for organisation and administration. It includes the army's order of battle and the headquarters locations of major units. All units belong to a single commands - the Land Command. The command is in turn composed of a number of regiments and battalions, which are grouped into brigades for deployment as a taskforce. The battalions are the smallest tactical formation in the army, with most regiments serving only as administrative groupings.
The following corps exist within the New Ingerland Army.
Royal Corps of Cavalry
The Royal Corps of Cavalry or RCav is the overall umbrella grouping of all cavalry units in the New Ingerland Army. Consisting of four regular and three militia regiments, the corps has units based all over the country. The corps contains armoured, formation reconnaissance and ceremonial units, with each assigned to the various brigades across New Ingerland. The three militia units are considered to be the oldest in the Army, having descended from units raised during the Crimean War.
Royal Corps of Infantry
The parent corps for all three of New Ingerland's infantry regiments, the Royal Corps of Infantry consists of two regular and one militia regiments. The largest regiment is the Royal New Ingerland Regiment, which was raised in 1946 and is descended from the various regiments that were formed to fight during the Second World War. The corps is also home to one of New Ingerland's two ceremonial units, with the City of Kingsbury Regiment raised in 1934 for duties around the major public buildings in the capital.
Royal Artillery Corps
The Royal Artillery Corps was established in 1856 with the foundation of the New Ingerland Army. All of New Ingerland's field artillery units are considered part of a single administrative regiment, The Royal New Ingerland Artillery, but there are two tactical artillery regiments, which are joined with the specialist Air Defence Regiment and the ceremonial Royal Horse Battery to form the corps as it is known.
Royal Corps of Engineers
New Ingerland's sappers are assigned to both active brigades across all divisions. All belong to a single corps, which was established in 1914.
Royal Medical and Veterinary Corps
The Royal Medical and Veterinary Corps or RMVS is responsible for all medical, dental, nursing and veterinary care to defence personnel and their families. Along with the other corps, the RMVS was founded in August 1914. Members of the corps belong to the various Service Support Battalions are attached to the active brigades in all divisions. In addition, certain specialist units are part of the independent brigades that report straight to the Chief of the Army Staff.
The Adjutant-General's Corps oversees the general administrative services in the army. These functions include the various legal, pay, chaplaincy, military policing and educational roles necessary for running a modern army.