Regiment Royal

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L118 Light Gun - History - In British Service
... At present, the British Army fully equips only light forces (7th (Parachute) Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery) with the light gun ... Other regiments are temporarily equipped with it for service in Afghanistan. 14 (Training) Regiment Royal Artillery uses it for training at the Royal School of Artillery ...
Sussex Yeomanry - Post War
... In 1947 the Regiment was reformed as a separate Regiment ... they were once again amalgamated with other Yeomanry Regiments to become the 100 (Eastern) Medium Regiment Royal Artillery (Volunteers) ... at Grove Park, London from 'R' (Surrey) Battery 265 Light Air Defence Regiment RA (TA) and HQ RA 44 (Home Counties) Division/District ...
7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery
7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery (7 Para RHA) is a regiment of the Royal Artillery in the British Army ...
Guards Support Group - Formation
... 1st Battalion Welsh Guards 153 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery 21 Anti-Tank Regiment Royal Artillery 94 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillry ...
Colchester Garrison - Barracks
... Flagstaff House - Garrison Headquarters and Regimental Headquarters, The Parachute Regiment Merville Barracks (Merville Road) - Headquarters 16 Air Assault Brigade and 216 Parachute Signal Squadron ...

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