Category:Spanish Army 'Regulares'

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English: Regulares (Spanish for "Regulars", officially called the Fuerzas Regulares Indígenas) was the name commonly used to designate the volunteer infantry and cavalry units of the Spanish Army recruited in Spanish Morocco. They consisted of Moroccans officered by Spaniards. These Moroccan troops played a major role in the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). They were known for their ability to traverse "dead ground" without being detected.
Español: El cuerpo de Regulares pertenece a las fuerzas militares españolas creadas en 1911, en África y con personal indígena, cuya organización fue: 1 Tabor (o batallón) de Infantería de 4 compañías, más 1 escuadrón de caballería que se ampliaron al año siguiente a 2 Tabores de Infantería más 1 Tabor de Caballería.


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