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Col. Bogey March - The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment) - Bugles And Drums Of The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. 16th Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery was formed from Coast Defence Gunners. They joined 9 Army Group Royal Artillery in June The regiment was disbanded with HQ and th Battery transferring to th Medium Regiment, Royal Artillery in March 17 Light Anti Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery was made up of 50th and 96th Batteries.

  2. May 13,  · 1 Air Landing Light Regiment shelled the road on either side of Orsogna. 4 and 5 NZ Field Regiments and Field Regiment Royal Artillery provided close in support for the infantry.

  3. Regimental Commanders, th Infantry Regiment, Colonel William H. Simmons (September 4th – April 12th , Died at Camp Gordon, GA) Lieutenant Colonel Bryan Conrad (Acting, April 12thth, ) Lieutenant Colonel Frank D. Ely (April 12 th – October 11th ) Lieutenant Colonel _____ Burr (October 11 thth, , to Commander th IN).

  4. In June , the 16th Infantry Regiment became the first Big Red One unit to return to the United States via GYROSCOPE. The new duty station for the regiment, as well as for the rest of the Big Red One was Fort Riley, Kansas. In early , the 1st Infantry Division began to reorganize under the Pentomic Tables of Organization and Equipment (TOE).

  5. On 16th April the Jacobite Rebellion was brought to an end at the battle between the Highland Army of Prince Charles Stuart (Bonnie Prince Charlie) and the Royal Troops of King George II. The Royal victory secured the House of Hanover on the English throne. The 8, Royal troops were commanded by the King’s son, William, Duke of Cumberland.

  6. The regiment was created when it was decided that the composite 1st and 2nd Canadian Infantry Battalions that were created for the 27th Canadian Infantry Brigade should not be given a specific territorial identity. The Guards would be able to recruit nationally, and the chief of staff of the Canadian Army, Lieutenant General Guy Simonds, said there was nothing wrong with infusing the standard.

  7. By March 1, , the first 2, men were ready. Although the Battle of the Bulge was over, these soldiers were divided into 12 platoons for the 12th Army Group, who assigned them as the fourth platoon in a company of each regiment, and 12 platoons for the 6th Army Group where they fought for the remainder of the war.

  8. Pilot Officer Royal Canadian Ai Friday, David Wicks posted a comment in Flight of Spitfire V W and Squadron Leader W H Ireson on

  9. to - 68th and th become 1st and 2nd Battalions The Durham Light Infantry, Militia Battalions renamed 3rd and 4th Battalions The Durham Light Infantry. - 2nd Bn. went to Gibraltar and thence to Egypt in - Depot moved from Sunderland to Newcastle, shared with Royal Northumberland Fusiliers.. - 2nd Battalion had been at home, Gibraltar and Malta, and now.

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