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37th Regiment RA

37th Field Regiment Royal Artillery
Dates Locations Batteries - Equipment
1947.04.01 RHQ 26th Field Regiment RA redesignated RHQ 37th Field Regiment RA with 10, 111 and 171 Fld Btys from 15, 48 and 19 Fld Btys.  
1947.04 Location Unknown? 10, 111 and 171 Fld Btys
25pdr
  Oct 48: Renamed 37th Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment RA  
  20 Oct 48: RHQ and Btys converted to HAA units 10, 111 and 171 HAA Btys
3.7” Gun
c1950-55 Wales: Tonfanau Camp, Twyyn  10, 111 and 171 HAA Btys
3.7” Gun
  1 Apr 55: Reduced to cadre   
1955.04 England: Horseshoe Bks, Shoeburyness  
  2 Jun 55: Reformed as a mobile HAA Regt, equipped with 3.7” Gun. 10, 111 and 171 HAA Btys
3.7” Gun
1956.09 Malta: Tigne Bks 10, 111 and 171 HAA Btys
3.7” Gun
1959.09 England: Blandford 10, 111 and 171 HAA Btys
3.7” Gun
  1959: 171 HAA Bty S/A  
  1 Oct 59: Re-titled as 37th Guided Weapon Regiment (Anti-Aircraft) RA 10 and 111 GW Btys
  Nov 59: Equipped with Thunderbird 1 Missile Thunderbird 1 Missile
1960 England: Piddlehinton Camp, Dorchester 10 and 111 GW Btys
Thunderbird 1 Missile
  1963: Aden: Falaise Camp (111 Bty)  
  18 Mar 64: Redesignated 37th Heavy Air Defence Regiment RA  
1964.03 Wales:  Llanion Bks, Pembroke Dock 10 and 111 HAD Btys
Thunderbird 1 Missile
1967.02 England: Horseshoe Bks, Shoeburyness 10 and 111 HAD Btys
  1 Apr 68: Amalgamated with 36th Heavy Air Defence Regiment Royal Artillery (as 36 HAD Regt); 10 GW Bty, 111 Heavy AD Bty and 260 Sig Sqn joined 36th Heavy Air Defence Regiment RA  
     

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