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1 Regt RHA

1 Regt RHA

PROVIDE ARMOURED ARTILLERY SUPPORT 1st Regiment Royal Horse Artillery is an armoured artillery regiment.  Its primary role is to provide combat... read more

3 Regt RHA

3 Regt RHA

THE LIGHT GUN Equipped with 105mm Light Gun, 3rd Regiment RHA provide agile, mobile and quick artillery support as part of the adaptive force. The L... read more

4 Regt RA

4 Regt RA

REGIMENTAL LIFE 4th Regiment Royal Artillery exists to provide combat support to both Infantry and Cavalry Regiments. We have a proud and successful... read more

5 Regt RA

5 Regt RA

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7 Para RHA

7 Para RHA

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12 Regt RA

12 Regt RA

CLOSE SUPPORT AIR DEFENCE We specialise in delivering vital Close Support Air Defence to the UK’s manoeuvre forces, providing protection to cri... read more

14 Regt RA

14 Regt RA

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16 Regt RA

16 Regt RA

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19 Regt RA

19 Regt RA

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26 Regt RA

26 Regt RA

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29 Cdo RA

29 Cdo RA

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32 Regt RA

32 Regt RA

ACTIVE FROM - 1939 ROLE - REACTIVE FORCE SPECIALISM - FIND-TRACK read more

47 Regt RA

47 Regt RA

THE ARMY'S TACTICAL UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS (TUAS) REGIMENT 47th Regiment Royal Artillery is the Army’s only Regiment able to fly the Watchkeep... read more

101 Regt RA

101 Regt RA

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103 Regt RA

103 Regt RA

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Kings Tp, RHA

Kings Tp, RHA

MOUNTED CEREMONIAL BATTERY As Her Majesty’s Mounted Ceremonial Battery, the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery role includes the firing o... read more

Honourable Artillery Company

Honourable Artillery Company

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106 Regt RA

106 Regt RA

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105 Regt RA

105 Regt RA

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104 Regt RA

104 Regt RA

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Batteries

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16/10

Leipzig Day

Original Title: The Rocket Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery
Present Title: O Headquarters Battery (The Rocket Troop), Royal Horse Artillery
Status: Active
Date: 7 June 1813
Website: http://www.army.mod.uk/artillery/regiments/24664.aspx
In 1813 two new Troops of Artillery were formed armed with the new rockets, which General Congreve had been developing, testing and advocating for some years previously. On the 16th May 1816, the King granted the Troop to wear the Battle Honour of “LEIPZIG” but this ceased to be effective when the Royal Artillery was given the single Honour of “UBIQUE” by king William the forth. However the colours of the Swedish Royal Household (blue and yellow) were adopted as a reminder that the Battery was under Swedish Command on that day. To this day the colours are still worn on the guns and vehicles and the anniversary of the battle is still remembered on the 18th of October every year.

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Great Gunners

Gen Sir Collingwood Dickson VC GCB

Gen Sir Collingwood Dickson VC GCB

When the Batteries supporting a right-flanking attack ran short of ammunition, Lt Col Collingwood Dickson displayed a total contempt of danger while commanding and leading successful ammunition resupply under severe enemy fire.
Year: 1854
Rank/Regt: RA Siege Train