The 41st Harvesters Regiment was a combat engineer unit attached to the 105th Armored Division, with extraction and asset recovery as its specialty. It is known as the most decorated engineer regiment of the Ternion Corps, and it was often ranked as one of the best in all of the Grand Army of the Republic.
Easily recognized by the green markings on their armour, the 41st Harvesters Regiment played a crucial role in several major battles such as the Battle of Teth, the Battle of Coruscant and the Battle of Thule, where they were deployed into energy farms to take down their enemy's shields, leaving them vulnerable to attack.
After the war, as many troopers were deemed not fit for the army anymore, several members continued to employ their engineering abilities as a way to carry on with their lives, which led to the creation of several small mining and recycling companies as those services were on high demand at the time.
As time went by, several of those companies, realizing their shared past and common interests, decided to unite. As their founders once did, they grouped together under a single flag, a single goal and a single name: The 41st Harvesters Regiment.