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ORGANIZATION AND EQUIPMENT
- 1. This page provides a fairly detailed
description of the organization, units, and equipment of the
Wotanberger military. For a graphic summary, click here.
- 2. Formal unit name is in ALL CAPS, followed in some cases by its abbreviation [AC].
- 3. For an explanation of
abbreviations/acronyms , click here.
- 4. Unit's English nickname, if any, is in "Quotes",
or perhaps "Linked"
- 5. Unit's special insignia, if any, is
available by clicking on Unit Insignia.
- 6. Units are not listed in order of
THE FOREIGN COY'S
1 UNITED STATES
[1 USAFAD] "Redlegs"
- (A) A coy= detachment from
the Foreign Coy
of Foot, STOF
which assists the Grand Ducal
other units) with the use and maintenance of their U.S.-made
- As might be expected, many
of the detachment's personnel are American "Redlegs" no
longer needed to serve their own country on active duty, but
who still wish to actively serve democracy and justice.
However, the Grand Duchy will neither confirm nor deny that
any of its Detachment's current members were at one time
assigned to a U.S. Army unit with a similar name--the 1st
United States Army Field Artillery Detachment or 1st
USAFAD--which was stationed in Wesel, Germany from 1965
- The Grand Duchy does,
however insist that its 1USAFAD should not be confused or
compared with the American 1st USAFAD, which, was described
in a now defunct website dedicated to that detachment, as
". . . a Warhead Detachment assigned to maintain control
and custody of U.S. nuclear weapons." In this regard,
the Grand Duchy states categorically that its 1 USAFAD does
not maintain custody and control of U.S. nuclear weapons.
- Here is a photograph of the
Detachment's headquarters near the Sergeant Joe
Gunn Military Museum at Camp Friedlichekiefern: