Galedon Regulars, 2nd-42nd

Most Galedon Regular units use color schemes based on light blue, tan, white and gray. Parade colors are usually gray with light blue stripes or tan with white stripes. The Galedon Regulars insignia is a gray-white katana set over a field composed of one blue and one black triangle. This insignia is always painted on a BattleMech’s upper right leg or on the fuselage of an aerospace fighter.

The Second Galedon’s regimental banner is a blue-bordered, white pennon with a striking whip emblazoned on it. The banner is always an actual flag either carried or attached to a ‘Mech, fighter or vehicle. 

The insignia of the Fifth Galedon is targeting cross hairs painted in red on the torso of a BattleMech or the body of any other vehicle.

The twelfth’s insignia has recently been changed to the silhouette of a crouching figure, half-man and half-beast. 

The 16th favors tan and gray, which it blends into camouflage for city maneuvers. On formal occasions, the regimental colors are tan with white stripes. The regimental insignia is a half-sun with alternating red and white rays.

The 17th Galedon uses a white and gray color scheme on active duty, switching to flat gray with black accents for parade colors. The unit insignia is a blue star burst, painted on each ‘Mech’s shoulder or near the front of any other vehicle.

The 19th favors gray color schemes because they make it easier to repaint their machines to look like bandits. For parade colors, they add white and light blue stripes. The unit’s insignia is a grinning jack-o-lantern.

The 21st Galedon Regulars’ BattleMech parade colors are white with dark green accents; fighters, tanks and other machines are painted light gray, accented in green. The 21st has no regimental insignia, considering pride in a mere symbol unworthy of warriors whose first duty is to the Dragon. However, MechWarriors display the House Kurita crest on the front torsos of their BattleMechs.

The 32nd paints its BattleMechs and other vehicles in the Galedon District’s traditional gray with white stripes. The regiment’s insignia is a hand with an eye centered in its palm.

The 42nd uses a gray and white color scheme that can be blended in different ways for partial camouflage. The unit’s insignia consists of crossed bamboo stalks over a blue field, with a rising sun in the lower triangular quarter.

Insignia by: Unknown Artist/
Insignia vectorized by: Viereth

Paint Scheme by: Field Manual: Draconis Combine, page 59, 63, 65, 67, 68
Mech repainted by: Viereth

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Original Artwork: flyingdebris for Piranha Games Inc.
Template: Odanan/Viereth
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