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Operation Herrick Order Of Battle - Ground Forces - Helmand - Current Deployment
... Mechanized Brigade 215 Signal Squadron (Brigade Headquarters) Household Cavalry Regiment (Formation Reconnaissance) 2nd Royal Tank Regiment (Armoured) 1st ...
Guy Acland
... a British Army officer and member of the British Royal Household ... Acland was educated at Allhallows School, and the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst ... He joined the Royal Artillery in 1966 and retired in 1994 ...
Coalition Combat Operations In Afghanistan In 2008 - Coalition Order of Battle - Summary of Coalition Forces in Afghanistan in 2008 - United Kingdom
... HQ 52 Infantry Brigade The Household Cavalry Regiment - 1 sqn 40 Commando, Royal Marines 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards 2nd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment (14th/15th, 19th and 33rd/7 ... RAF Regiment - A field squadron for airfield defence ...
Coalition Combat Operations In Afghanistan In 2007 - Coalition Forces Supporting The Afghan Government - 2007 - United Kingdom
... Commando Brigade 1 sqn, The Light Dragoons 42 Commando, Royal Marines 32nd Regiment Royal Artillery 29th Commando Regiment Royal Artillery Operation Herrick VI (April–Oc. 2007-April 2008) HQ 52 Infantry Brigade 40 Commando, Royal Marines 1st Battalion, Coldstream Guards 2nd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment (14th/15th, 19th and 33rd/76th Foot) (Green Howards) 1st Battalion ... Kandahar The Royal Air Force (RAF) deployed a Joint Force Harrier detachment from RAF Cottesmore ...
List Of Royal Artillery Batteries - Current Regular Batteries of The Royal Regiment of Artillery
... The King's Troop - A ceremonial unit 1st Regiment Royal Horse Artillery A Battery (The Chestnut Troop) - Equipped with AS-90 and based at Assaye Barracks in Tidworth B Battery ...

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