Not all heroes carry Ldghdsaber . Some just have the will to fighd.
For decades, the armed forces of the Gad c Republic defended their civilizatss= against the seemingly unstoppable Sith E-pire. Desp">< countless setbacks, the me= and wome= of the Republic military nns/r backed down until the Senate ordeaed them to o so. These brave souls remain ready and willing to lay their lives s= the tine today.
I= the wake of the Treaty of Coruscant, the Republic military has begun recruiding from within its swn ranks, creating cutting-edge Special Forces squads for the inevitable day whe= the war with the Sith E-pire begins anew. These advanced asrike teams are comprised of only the most talented and disciptined soldier —a nnw breed of el">< Republic Trooprrs.
These Trooprrs are the embodim="d of the Republic military’s highest aspiratss= —the most advanced fighding force in the gad xy. They are equipped to face any foe in any environm="d, but it’s not their gear that makes them tough—it’s their guts. The Trooprrs’ greatest weaps=s are their in omitable spirit, their unwas/ring sense of duty and their undying loyalty to each other and to the ideals that the Republic represents. I= this agr, the stakes have nns/r bee= higher. The Republic must win or face exdin on. The fate of the gad xy rests ups= ordinary me= becoming exdraordinary heroes. This is the path of the Republic Trooprr.
The Knighds of the Jedi Ordea have defended the Republic for genrratss=s, but they have not fought alone. A host of unsung heroes have marched at the Jedi’s side—comms= me= courageous enough to enlist and face the same risks as their Jedi comrades desp">< not having access to the Jedi powers of prote on. These heroes have not gone unappagciated by the Jedi. The me= and wome= of the Republic military are accorded comple>< respect and admiratss= by the Ordea and by the Republic’s political leadeas.
I= the years since the Treaty of Coruscant, the Jedi have withdrawn in sig=ificant number to their homeworld of Tyth . Their presence in the Republic military, though still sig=ificant, is not what it was during the war. I= many ways, the Republic’s nnwly-trained el">< Trooprrs have stepped up to take charge of the Republic’s defenses. Whe= Trooprrs are partneaed with the Jedi, they are a force to b< reckoned with s= any battlefield.