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Where are 2 Yorks based?

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The 2nd Battalion (2 YORKS), is based in Episkopi, Cyprus. The battalion is an 'Enhanced Light Role Infantry battalion' deployed as part of 4th Infantry Brigade and Headquarters North East. Read more

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Where are 3 Yorks based?

Soldiers from 3rd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment will stay based at Battlesbury Barracks in Warminster, and are to become the regiment's 1st Battalion.

What regiments are based in Catterick?

The current units based within Catterick Garrison include:
  • Commander and Staff Trainer (North)
  • Alma Lines. 1st Battalion, Yorkshire Regiment.
  • Cambrai Lines. Royal Lancers (Queen Elizabeth's Own)
  • Meggido Lines. ...
  • Piave Lines. ...
  • Bourlon Barracks. ...
  • Gaza Barracks. ...
  • Helles Barracks.

Where are the Yorkshire Regiment deployed?

In 2018, the 1st Battalion deployed to Canada and Estonia, the 2nd Battalion returned from a successful tour in Afghanistan, and an exercise in Morocco. The 4th Battalion Army Reserve successfully deployed to Lithuania in November.

Where were the Green Howards based?

A and B (Green Howards) companies of the Tyne-Tees Regiment, based in Scarborough and Middlesbrough respectively, merged with the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment and Duke of Wellington's Regiment companies of the East and West Riding Regiment to form the 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment.

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Most frequently asked questions

Are the Coldstream Guards a Scottish regiment?

The Regiment was raised in June 1650 when Oliver Cromwell appointed George Monck to command a New Model Army Regiment. For three weeks in late 1659, Monck's Regiment stayed in Coldstream on the Scottish border. However, it wasn't until Monck died in 1670 that the Regiment became known as the Coldstream Guards. ...

Where are Royal Engineers based?

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The Corps of Royal Engineers comprises of Regular and Reserve units, located around the United Kingdom. Our Corps' home is situated with 1 Royal School of Military Engineering Regiment in Chatham, Kent. As a trainee Sapper, this is where you will conduct your trade training.

Where are the Royal Welsh based?

The 3rd Battalion, The Royal Welsh is an Army Reserve light infantry battalion based at Maindy Barracks in Cardiff, with company locations in Swansea, Pontypridd, Aberystwyth and Colwyn Bay.

How many VC does the Yorkshire Regiment have?

The Yorkshire Regiment, WW1 Remembrance - Victoria Cross Holders. Eighteen Victoria Crosses have been awarded to members of the regiment over the past 150 years.

Where are the Royal Dragoon Guards based?

The regiment currently serves as the Armoured Cavalry Reconnaissance unit of the 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade and is therefore equipped with the Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance (Tracked) Scimitar and is based in Battlesbury Barracks, Wiltshire.



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What is the largest military base in Europe?

The Ramstein Air Base in Germany is the largest hub for US troops and military supplies in Europe. Just outside the 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres) base is the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, the largest US military hospital outside the US.

Does the US have any military bases in the UK?

RAF Croughton Air Force Base in Northamptonshire, United Kingdom. RAF Croughton is by far the most important military bases run by the United States of America in Europe. It is located in Northamptonshire, in the central part of the United Kingdom. It is one of the widest military switchboards of Europe.

Where are 4 Scots based?

The Highlanders, 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (4 SCOTS) are based in Catterick, North Yorkshire having returned to the UK from Germany in 2015.

What Regiment is based in Warminster?

Battlesbury Barracks is a British Army installation in Warminster, Wiltshire, England. It is the permanent base of the Royal Dragoon Guards, serving as armoured cavalry.

Where did the Yorkshire Regiment fought in ww1?

1st Battalion

August 1914 : in Barian, Punjab, attached to 2nd (Rawalpindi) Division. Remained in India throughout the war. In November 1914, briefly moved to the Delhi Brigade in 7th (Meerut) Divisional Area before going to the Kohat Brigade on the North West Frontier. Took part in Third Afghan War in 1919.

What is the Yorkshire Regiment motto?

Its motto is "Fortune favours the brave".

Who is the RSM of the Yorkshire Regiment?

New 1 Yorks regimental sergeant major takes over role from childhood friend. WO1 Jamie Pearson hands over his duties at the 1st Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment to childhood friend WO1 Chris Barnes.

How old is the Yorkshire Regiment?

The Yorkshire Regiment was formed as a result of a decision made in 2004 to restructure the organisation of the Infantry. The Regiment was formed on Tuesday 6th June 2006, as three Regular Infantry Battalions (1st, 2nd and 3rd) and one Territorial Infantry Battalion (4th).

Is there a Scottish Army?

Almost 10,000 regular and reserve troops and MOD civil servants work for the Army in Scotland. They deliver UK operations and support to our allies around the world and provide emergency support to the Scottish Government local authorities and public bodies.

What is the most elite regiment in the British Army?

The Special Air Service (SAS)

The SAS is one of the world's most renowned and respected special forces regiments.

How many Welsh people are in the Army?

There are 3,230 military and civilian personnel based in Wales and over 60 Ministry of Defence establishments and bases, including reserve centres and the training estate. The Army has the largest presence of the three services with 1,450 personnel.

Are sappers Special Forces?

Sappers are not in the Special Forces. Sappers are combat engineers, that is their profession and that is what they train for. Not sure if you can join SF after becoming a Sapper but the easiest way to tell them apart is the tab on their uniform.

What do sappers do?

Sappers are responsible for tasks facilitating movement of allied forces and impeding those of their enemies. "A sapper is an engineer - most of the time a combat engineer - who is a subject matter expert in a variety of engineer duties, whether that be bridging, demolitions or general construction," said Master Sgt.

How did sappers get their name?

The name is derived from the French word sappe (“spadework,” or “trench”) and became connected with military engineering during the 17th century, when attackers dug covered trenches to approach the walls of a besieged fort. ... These trenches and tunnels were called “saps,” and their diggers came to be called “sappers.”