Victoria Rangers

Insignia of the Victoria Rangers
Victoria Rangers
Unit Profile (as of 3145)
Nickname Victoria Commonality Rangers
Parent Formation CCAF
Formed 3062


Created in late 3062 when the Victoria Commonality was formed from the Sian Commonality, this secondline brigade was originally composed of two solid, politically impeccable regiments, Kingston's Legionnaires and Sung's Cuirassiers. The Victoria Commonality Rangers were expected to aid and coordinate with the militaries of the Capellan Confederation's Periphery allies in addition to their normal duties. An officer-exchange program has been established and periphery-born warriors have been accepted into the brigade.[1]

The Victoria Rangers spent decades nursing plans for revenge after Victoria, capital of the Victoria Commonality, was lost to the Federated Suns during the Victoria War. Posted to the Periphery border of the Capellan Confederation, the Rangers rebuilt in secret, expanding to five regiments in the process.[2]

When the Confederation launched a full-scale invasion of the Capellan March the Victoria Rangers were on the front lines, with the entire brigade descending on Victoria. Pushing the Armed Forces of the Federated Suns forces off-planet, the Rangers then helped drive the AFFS back to the pre-war boundary of the Victoria Commonality.[2]


===3063=== [1]

  • Line Director: Jiang-jun Petyr Andreyvich
  • Home Guard Director: Jiang-jun Won Hyo Yul-Gok

===3145=== [3]

  • Line Director: Jiang-jun Trevor Goparma
  • Home Guard Director: Jiang-jun Gerard Montague

Units of the Victoria Rangers[edit]


Color Scheme and Unit Insignia[edit]

Two-color patchwork camouflage and always include red highlights. They use the Confederation crest backed by a steel-colored field as their insignia aside from a regimental emblem.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Field Manual: Capellan Confederation, p. 83, "Victoria Commonality Rangers"
  2. 2.0 2.1 Field Manual: 3145, p. 43, "Victoria Rangers"
  3. Field Manual: 3145, p. 47, "Victoria Commonality"
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Field Manual: 3145, p. 55