"The King's Royal Riflemen Corps (KRRC) was initially deployed as part of the British Expeditionary Force to France during World War II and also saw action in the Mediterranean theatre. They participated in the Battle of Arnhem following the D-Day landings, as well as the Battle of Vevi and the Battle of Crete. The KRRC was eventually brigaded with the Ox and the Bucks Light Infantry to form the Green Jackets Brigade."
The King's Royal Rifleman wears a Drab-colored Beret, long sleeved shirt, haversack, pouches, straps and belt, 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 II submachine gun with a 32 round-detachable box magazine.
The King's Royal 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.
What is ironic is in the picture, the King's Royal Rifleman is holding a STEN, a submachine gun, which contradicts the 'Rifleman' part of the name since Riflemen would hold rifles, not submachine guns.