"The British Green Jacket Brigade was formed in 1948, then reorganized into the Royal Green Jackets 'large regiment' 18 years later. They trace their lineage back 200 years to the Royal American Regiment, the first British unit to forgo the famous redcoat and instead wear green for camouflage. Later renamed King's Royal Rifle Corps, the Royal Americans pioneered individual skirmish tactics, emphasizing mobility and shooting from cover over traditional massed line fire. To honor their light infantry heritage, the Green jackets carried no colors and marched 20 paces faster than Army standard."
The Green Jacket Rifleman wears a green-colored Beret, green-colored long sleeved shirt, green-colored haversack, green-colored pouches, grey straps and belt, blue vest, brown long sleeved pants, and brown ankle boots. An Anti-gas cape can be seen on the back of the rifleman. The Rifleman is holding a STEN Mark V submachine gun with a 32 round-detachable box magazine.
The Green Jacket Rifleman can be used as good Alliance Troops. One example is that they can shoot over walls to attack troops of the attackers forcing the troops to destroy the wall to kill them. Another thing is that they're good against other heavy infantry.