New training Doctrines:
Statistics: Fellowship + 2
The regiment deploys troops in large platoon formations, occasionally this employed by well-disciplined troops it is more often a mixture of veterans and conscripts. While this is inflexible it ensures that a opposition can be swarmed with bodies, this is often a way to minimise the effects of poor training, a lack of equipment or just a callous disregard for human life on behalf of the the senior officers.
This means that the players are part of a much larger unit at least 25 strong and often over 50 strong. While this does make the squad unable to use smaller squad sized transports (they need, often multiple, large trucks, or super-heavy armoured transport if they are very lucky) but it means that they have a large supply of personnel to call on. Whenever a an attack would hit a comrade the player can allocate the damage to another NPC within support range. The platoon will not always act as one though, there are number of non-commissioned officers for each platoon and a squad can be broke off temporarily for tactical advantage but in these platoons this is avoided if possible. The PC's are likely to be a more veteran squad within the platoon. If they are forced to break off from the main platoon and lose their comrades while split off they may create replacement comrades from any of the remaining platoon as soon as they re-join it and combat as ceased.
Intense Physical Training
The regiment undergoes harsh physical training on a daily basis or just relies heavily on manpower rather than mechanisation. It is often the domain of older style regimental training where rope climbing, swimming, moving large sandbags or logs and other extereme obstacles are put into training courses. It is also common more primitive regiments where even very large weapons and other logistics are moved by foot troops. In many these have become traditions even though alternative manpower and transport options are available.