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a b c d e f g "The Queen's Regiment (UK)". 28 November 2007. Archived from the original on 28 November 2007 . Retrieved 7 April 2021.

Battalion (Queen's Own Buffs) – amalgamated with 1st Bn to form 1st Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment in 1992Formed in 1967, reduced to cadre sponsored by 5th (V) Bn while forming coy in same bn, disbanded in 1971 and subsequently formed 3 new coys in 5th, 7th, and 6th (V) Bns respectively

The 1st Battalion moved to Canterbury (the regiment's home base) in 1980. [8] From there it undertook a six-month tour of Belize. [8] The 2nd Battalion deployed to Cyprus on a 6-month tour-of-duty with UN forces in 1981. [8] The 1st Battalion were posted to Omagh in County Tyrone in 1982. [8] It served there until January 1985 with south east Fermanagh as its primary focus. [8] In 1983, the 2nd Battalion were posted to Derry, also on a two-year tour. [8] Corps of Army Music [UK]". 28 December 2007. Archived from the original on 28 December 2007 . Retrieved 7 April 2021. The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment [UK]". 20 October 2007. Archived from the original on 20 October 2007 . Retrieved 10 April 2021. Battalion, The Middlesex Regiment [UK]". 23 November 2007. Archived from the original on 23 November 2007 . Retrieved 10 April 2021.

The Regiment

Battalion, The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment [UK]". 9 November 2007. Archived from the original on 9 November 2007 . Retrieved 10 April 2021. New Zealand 5th Battalion (Wellington West Coast and Taranaki), Royal New Zealand Infantry (1966–1992) a b "The Queen's Regiment (UK)". 28 November 2007. Archived from the original on 28 November 2007 . Retrieved 6 April 2021. The Queen's regimental uniform consisted of a dark 'royal blue' uniform with blue facings, and scarlet piping. The regimental badge consisted of "A Dragon upon a mount within the Garter; above the Dragon and superimposed upon the Garter the Plume of the Prince of Wales". [2] Regimental bands [ edit ] Riley, Jonathon; Goulden, Alasdair. (2022). The Longest Stag: The Queen's Regiment in Northern Ireland 1967 - 1992. The Queen's Regimental association, 2022. ISBN 978-1-3999-2591-4.

Regimental List » | First World War 1914-1918 - Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment The First World War 1914-1918 The Queen's (Royal West Surrey) Regiment The 1st battalion moved to Gibraltar in 1985 for two years before returning to the United Kingdom ( Tidworth) in 1987 where it was to remain until 1990. [8] During this period it undertook two 6-month tours of Northern Ireland – South Armagh in 1987 and Belfast in 1989/90. [8] In 1990 the battalion moved to Minden in Germany, where it disbanded in 1992. [8] The 2nd Battalion were deployed to East Belfast in 1971. The 3rd battalion remained in Ballykinler, until they moved to Tidworth in December that year. [8] Both the 2nd and 3rd battalions were deployed on operations to Belfast and Derry, Northern Ireland in 1972 and were involved in Operation Motorman. The 3rd Battalion was posted to Cyprus as part of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNIFICYP), a force intended to prevent conflict from breaking out between Greek and Turkish Cypriots: the battalion returned to the United Kingdom in May 1973. [8] Also that year, the 3rd Battalion arrived in Gibraltar where it remained with the garrison for almost two years. [8] a b c d "The Queen's Regiment". Regiments.org. Archived from the original on 10 February 2006 . Retrieved 20 July 2016.The regiment was formed as a ' large regiment' on 31 December 1966 by the amalgamation of the four remaining regiments of the Home Counties Brigade as a consequence of the Defence Review of 1957. The four regiments formed four battalions, retaining their previous names in the titles. In addition, the former regiment's Territorial battalions transferred under their former titles to the corps of the regiment for a short time. Below is a list of the regiment's subordinate organisations with formation dates, predecessor and successors. It is worth noting battalion subtitles were omitted on 1 July 1968. [2] The Queen's Regiment maintained three bands at the time of its disbandment; Band of the 1st Queen's Regiment, Band of the 2nd Queen's Regiment, and Kohima Band of the Queen's Regiment (5th (V) Bn). The first two being regular becoming the Band of the 1st Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, and the Kohima Band being transferred to the same regiment. [2] [15] Regimental colours [ edit ] T) Battalion,The Queen's Regiment (East Kent) [UK]". 15 November 2007. Archived from the original on 15 November 2007 . Retrieved 10 April 2021.



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