"You all need to understand that the White Book—all those procedures and regulations High Command vomits at us—it's cooked up by generals who think they're running a government instead of a rebellion."
―Namir warns his new recruits about the White Book[src]

The White Book was a field guide produced by Alliance High Command and used by members of the Alliance to Restore the Republic's military forces. The book detailed the four phases of Alliance soldier training, the first two being the same for all recruits, the third being different depending on if the trainee was going to be joining space or ground combat, and the final being only for Alliance Special Forces only. When giving his training speech to nineteen recruits from the planet Haidoral Prime, First Sergeant Hazram Namir asked the recruit Roach if she had read the book, and when she claimed she had he told her she had wasted her time, as it was written by Generals who acted as though they were running a government, not a rebellion.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

The White Book was first mentioned in Battlefront: Twilight Company, a novel written by Alexander Freed and released in 2015.


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