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7 Regiment

Dates Locations & Titles Minor Units - Remarks
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. 1st Corps Signals .
1945 Germany: .
. 1946: Renamed 1st Corps District Signal Regiment .
. 1947: Disbanded .
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. 1st Corps Signal Regiment .
1950 Germany: Reformed at Harewood Barracks, Herford .
1952 Germany: Maresfield Bks, Herford .
. 1956: Temporarily named 2nd Corps Signal Regiment .
. 1957: Renamed 1st Corps Signal Regiment .
. 1959: Renamed 7th Signal Regiment (Corps) .
. 1962: Renamed 7th Signal Regiment .
. Sep 1972: Regiment received the Freedom of the City of Herford .
1994 Germany: Bradbury Barracks, Krefeld: When HQ 1 British Corps was re-designated HQ Allied Command Europe Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC), the Regiment’s squadrons restructured and renamed to form Headquarters, 229, 231 and 232 Squadrons, with 230 Squadron being placed tactically under command and joining the Regiment .
. 1996: Following the Dayton Agreement the Regiment deployed completely in support of Headquarters ARRC in Sarajevo as part of the NATO Implementation Force (IFOR). The Regiment remained in Bosnia until December 1996 .
. Feb 1999: Regiment dispatched 232 Signal Squadron to the Former Yugoslavia Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) in support of the NATO effort to resolve the humanitarian crisis in neighbouring Kosovo. By June the Regiment was fully deployed as part of the NATO force in FYROM. The Regiment moved with Headquarters ARRC into Kosovo in late June and remained deployed until Nov 1999 .
2002.01 Germany: Javelin Bks, Elmpt (formerly RAF Bruggen): Its operational role is to support the deployed ARRC headquarters. The Regiment consists of four squadrons (HQ Sqn, 229 Sig Sqn, 231 Sig Sqn and 232 Sig Sqn) .
. 31 July 2012: Disbanded .
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