|BA| British Army Handbook


Written by SharkFerrero

This guide contains the rules, and the way in which the |BA| British Army runs. This guide should help you understand how our army operates. The |BA| British Army group was founded by SharkFerrero in 2015. https://www.roblox.com/groups/2621202/British-Army



    1. You must show respect and tolerance towards all members of the British Army regardless of their beliefs, values or opinions.
    1. You may not question nor disobey an officer’s decision or order unless it violates any of our rules.
    1. Follow the Chain of Command. Do not contact a Brigadier or a higher ranking officer for minor issues. Instead, contact a Major, a Lieutenant Colonel or a Colonel.
    1. You may only address Majors and higher ranks as “Sir” or “Ma’am” based on their gender. Anyone below these ranks must be addressed by their rank title.
    1. You must be in proper uniform regulations while on British Army grounds. Uniform regulations are as following;
      5.1. You must be in the proper uniform regulations before starting your duties.
      5.2. You are required to wear the British Army uniform.
      5.3. Body packages are strictly prohibited.
      5.4. You may not wear non-military hats.
      5.5. Your hairstyle must be deemed appropriate for military wear.
      5.6. You may not use colorful avatar skin tones.
    1. Trolling, immaturity, and foul language is not permitted while on duty.
    1. Do not ask for ranks. If an officer deems you worthy of XP, he or she will hand them to you.
    1. We do not expect the use of perfect grammar, however, use it to the best of your ability.
    1. Recruiting and advertising for groups outside the British Army, is prohibited.
    1. You will not start fights, arguments, drama, nor rebellions. If there is an issue, contact the person privately and resolve the matter to avoid escalation.
    1. The use of abbreviations is prohibited in the British Army except for group names and rank titles. (Examples of forbidden abbreviations are; “STS,” “PTS” etc.)
    1. When a Major General or higher rank enters your event they must be acknowledged in the following way;
      12.1. Major Generals and higher ranks must be announced as “(Rank) on deck”
      12.2. When a “(Rank) on deck” is announced everyone must greet the officer on deck.
      12.3. To greet the officer on deck you must say “Hello, (Rank)”
    1. You will show respect and honor towards all allied groups and their members as you would to our members.
    1. If you see a user breaking the rules, you will attempt to correct their behavior before you record and report them to an officer.
    1. You will follow every single one of these rules without any exception. Failure to do so may result in being demoted, or exiled.


    1. Teleporting to a higher rank is strictly prohibited unless you have their permission.
    1. You will attempt to end and stop all fights, drama, and controversies instead of partaking in them.
    1. You will enforce our rules without any exception.
    1. Do not use admin commands in excess. Admin use should be a last resort.
    1. Promoting your friends or relatives is forbidden in our group. You may not offer any unfair advantages to any member.


  • Below are the ranks of the British Army. As you advance through our ranks you will be expected to show higher levels of maturity, activity, respect, and skill. Failure to show these characteristics may result in a demotion.


  • Recruit
  • Private
  • Lance Corporal
  • Corporal
  • Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Colour Sergeant
  • Sergeant Major
  • Army Sergeant Major
  • Warrant Officer 2
  • Warrant Officer 1
  • Second Lieutenant
  • Lieutenant
  • Captain


  • Major
  • Lieutenant Colonel
  • Colonel
  • Brigadier
  • Major General
  • Lieutenant General
  • General
  • Deputy Chief of General Staff
  • Chief of General Staff
  • Chairman


  • Do not contact any Brigadier or higher ranks regarding any issues or concerns. There are Majors, Lieutenant Colonels, and Colonels available at all times to assist you with any of your concerns.

  • As an officer you may hand out orders to any lower ranking officer and enlisted personnel, regardless of their regiment as long as it is within reason. Any abusive orders will result in your immediate removal from the Officer Ranks.

  • If a member of the Officer Ranks gives you an abusive or inappropriate order, please screenshot or record it and contact an agent of the Special Investigation Branch.

  • Please contact an agent of the Special Investigation Branch if you wish to report any officer for corruption, inactivity, inappropriate behavior, or admin abuse. Please provide the agent with as much proof as possible. False reporting an officer may result in a demotion.


In the British Army we hand out promotions based on an experience level system (XP System). Here are some of the many ways to earn XP:

  • Guarding the border at the Army Simulator
  • Participating in trainings
  • Participating in raids
  • Participating in defences
  • Participating in patrols
  • Demonstrating leadership

Below is the list of ranks you can earn through our XP system along with how much XP is needed to earn that rank:

Private 50 XP
Lance Corporal 100 XP
Corporal 200 XP
Sergeant 350 XP
Staff Sergeant 550 XP
Colour Sergeant 800 XP
Sergeant Major 1100 XP
Army Sergeant Major      RESERVED
Warrant Officer 2 1450 XP
Warrant Officer 1 1850 XP
Second Lieutenant 2300 XP
Lieutenant 2800 XP
Captain 3350 XP


  • You can earn all the ranks between Recruit and Captain, including Captain by gaining XP when you participate in the activities listed above.


  • Once you are ranked Captain, you can apply to take the Officer Training Course. When you successfully complete the Officer Training Course, you will become a Major in the |BA| British Army.


  • Once you become Major in the |BA| British Army, your future promotions will be based off your outstanding leadership qualities, your activity within the army, and your active display of professionalism.