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Always looking for a few good men and women!

Interested in getting more involved?  Bring enthusiasm and a noble attitude and we would be happy to welcome you to the ranks of Legio VI or our civilian supporters!  There are no dues or fees involved, and we have plenty of gear to outfit potential soldiers before you spend a dime, and while you get up to speed.  Be sure to review the expectations and philosophy of the unit.  We believe in having fun in a clean atmosphere.


Look forward to seeing you at the Eagle!


- Centurio Justus



Want to join the legion? Roman reenactment is  an investment of time and money, and we understand that. Legio VI has several levels of  membership, ranging from recruits to veteran reenactors, and have written a guide to help you get into the hobby.

If this is your first time reenacting, this is a great place to start. If you're a hobbyist and joining another group, this is where you can get acquainted with our guidelines.

Equipment Guide


Roman reenactment gear is a niche market, and there are many products that can lead you astray. Many a reenactor has fallen victim to purchasing something outside of the timeframe they are trying to represent.

This guide will help you find the best gear on the market, and give you pointers on to what and how you can make items yourself. If you're in doubt, ask the Centurio before you buy!

Drill Manual


"Sin! Sin! Sin Dex Sin!" Although the Romans didn't count cadence, they did practise drill, which is something we recreate here in Legio VI. Roman drill was in part reconstructed by our legion with the help of groups around the US and Europe.

This manual covers the basic commands and includes download links for PDF's and MP3 discussions of Roman drill and formantion-to-contact maneuvers.

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