Cape Garrison Artillery

The Cape Garrison Artillery (CGA) is an artillery regiment of the South African Army. There have been two regiments of the name: one a coast artillery regiment, the other an anti-aircraft regiment. The latter is part of the South African Army Artillery Formation.

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Traditional Cape Regiments - Regiments - Cape Garrison Artillery
... Transferred to the South African Artillery in 1949, and to the South African Corps of Marines in 1951 ... Reverted to the SA Artillery in 1955 and amalgamated into a single unit, 4 Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment ... Affiliated with the University of Cape Town in 1960, and renamed 'UCT Regiment' ...

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