What regiments are based in Cyprus?

What regiments are based in Cyprus?

British Forces Cyprus (BFC) The Army presence includes two resident infantry battalions and supporting arms such as the Royal Logistics Corps, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Royal Military Police and others located in both SBAs.

What does the Signal regiment do?

18 (UKSF) Signal Regiment – have the exciting, highly specialised task of providing signals intelligence and electronic intelligence and ensuring safe, secure communications and security during special forces missions.

Where are the Signals regiment based?

The Regiment is based in Stafford, with great transport links to the North and South of the UK.

What does a signal company do?

Signal Corps, branch of the U.S. Army whose mission is to manage all aspects of communications and information systems support. The Signal Corps was officially established as a branch of the U.S. Army in March 1863.

What army regiment is in Cyprus?

Cyprus Regiment
Country British Colony of Cyprus
Allegiance United Kingdom
Branch Army
Type Infantry Regiment

Are there still British troops in Cyprus?

The United Kingdom retains a military presence on the island in order to keep a strategic location at the eastern end of the Mediterranean, for use as a staging point for forces sent to locations in the Middle East and Asia. BFC is a tri-service command, with all three services based on the island reporting to it.

Where is 10 Regiment based?

Organisation. The current organisation of the regiment is (with roles): Regimental Headquarters, at Basil Hill Barracks, Corsham. 81 Signal Squadron, in Corsham (National Army Reserve)

Where are the signals deployed?

Royal Signals – Regular Royal Signals soldiers are based in: Glasgow, York, Stafford, Milton Keynes, Redditch, Nuneaton, Haverford West, Bristol, Colerne, Corsham, Bulford, Blandford Forum, London and Colchester.

Where is 10 regiment based?