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    Default list of british regiments names

    Sandhurst Rifles!
    South Shields Kanopflers
    British Regiments
    1st foot
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    1st King's Dragoon Guards
    1st Reconnaissance Regiment
    1st The Royal Dragoons
    10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own)
    11th (East Africa) Reconnaissance Regiment
    11 (City of London Yeomanry) LAA Regt.
    11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own)
    12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's)
    13th/18th Royal Hussars
    145 (Berkshire Yeomanry) Field Regt.
    147th FA Regiment
    13/18 Hussars
    14th/20th King's Hussars
    15th Reconnaissance Regiment
    15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars
    155 Field Regt. (Lanarkshire Yeomanry)
    16th/5th The Queen's Royal Lancers
    17th/21st Lancers
    18th Reconnaissance Regiment
    101 (Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry) Field Regt.
    102 Field Regt. (Pembroke and Cardiganshire)
    104 (Essex Yeomanry) Regt., Royal Horse Artillery
    105 (Bedfordshire Yeomanry) Field Regt.
    106 Regt. Royal Horse Artillery (Lancashire Hussars)
    107 Regt. Royal Horse Artillery (South Nottinghamshire Hussars Yeomanry)
    152nd Brigade, 51st Highland Division
    2nd Reconnaissance Regiment
    22nd Dragoons
    23rd Hussars
    24th Lancers
    25th Dragoons
    26th Hussars
    27th Lancers
    3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards)
    3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters)
    3rd The King's Own Hussars
    3rd Reconnaissance Regiment
    38th Reconnaissance Regiment
    304th Anti Tank Battery
    324 (Glamorgan Yeomanry) Bty, 81 (Welsh) Field Regt
    4th Queen's Own Hussars
    4th Reconnaissance Regiment
    4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards
    40th (The King's) Bn.
    41st (Oldham) Bn.
    42nd (7th (23rd London) Bn) East Surrey Regt Bn.
    43rd Reconnaissance Regiment
    43rd (Wessex) Reconnaissance Regiment
    44th Armored Regiment, 4th Armored Brigade
    44th Reconnaissance Regiment
    45th (Leeds Rifles) Bn.
    45th Reconnaissance Regiment
    46th Reconnaissance Regiment
    48th Reconnaissance Regiment
    49th Reconnaissance Regiment
    5th Reconnaissance Regiment
    5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards
    50th Reconnaissance Regiment
    51 Field Regt. (Westmorland and Cumberland)
    51st Reconnaissance Regiment
    52nd Reconnaissance Regiment
    53rd Reconnaissance Regiment
    53 (Worcestershire and Oxfordshire Yeomanry) Atk Regt.
    54th Reconnaissance Regiment
    55 Atk Regt. (Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry)
    55 Field Regt. (Wessex)
    56th Reconnaissance Regiment
    59th Reconnaissance Regiment
    502nd Light AA Battery
    6th Airborne Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment
    6th Field Artillery Regiment.
    61 (Carnarvon and Denbigh Yeomanry) Medium Regt.
    61st Reconnaissance Regiment
    7th Queen's Own Hussars
    72 (Hampshire) AA Regt.
    74th Anti Tank Battery
    8th King's Royal Irish Hussars
    80th (Holding and Training) Reconnaissance Regiment
    81st (West Africa) Reconnaissance Regiment
    82nd (West Africa) Reconnaissance Regiment
    86 Field Regt. (East Anglian) (Hertfordshire Yeomanry)
    9th Queen's Royal Lancers
    94 (Queen's Own Dorset Yeomanry) Field Regt.
    96 (Royal Devon Yeomanry) Field Regt.
    97 Field Regt. (Kent Yeomanry)
    98 Field Regt. (Surrey and Sussex Yeomanry)
    99 (Buckinghamshire Yeomanry) Field Regt.
    African Pioneer Corps
    Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's) The
    Army Air Corps
    Army Catering Corps
    Army Dental Corps
    Army Educational Corps
    Army Physical Training Corps
    Auxiliary Territorial Service
    Ayrshire Yeomanry (Earl of Carrick's Own) The
    Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment The
    Berkshire Regiment, (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) The Royal
    Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps
    Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) The
    Border Regiment The
    Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) The
    Cambridgeshire Regt The
    Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) The
    Cheshire Regiment The
    Cheshire Yeomanry (Earl of Chester's) The
    Coldstream Guards
    Corps of Military Police
    Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
    Derbyshire Yeomanry The
    Devonshire Regiment The
    Dorset Regiment, The
    Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry The
    Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry The
    Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding) The
    Durham Light Infantry The
    East Lancashire Regiment The
    East Riding Yeomanry The
    East Surrey Regiment The
    East Yorkshire Regiment (The Duke of York's Own) The
    Essex Regiment The
    Fife and Forfar Yeomanry The
    General Service Corps
    Gloucestershire Regiment The
    GHQ Liaison Regiment "Phantom"
    Gordon Highlanders The
    Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment) The
    Grenadier Guards
    Hampshire Regiment The
    Hertfordshire Regt. The
    Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment) The
    Highland Regiment The
    Home Guard The
    Inns of Court Regiment The
    Intelligence Corps
    Irish Guards
    King's Own Malta Regiment
    King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) The
    King's Own Scottish Borderers The
    King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry The
    King's Regiment (Liverpool) The
    King's Royal Rifle Corps The
    King's Shropshire Light Infantry The
    Lancashire Fusiliers The
    Leicestershire Regiment, The Royal
    Leicestershire Yeomanry (Prince Albert's Own) The
    Life Guards The
    Lincolnshire Regiment The
    Liverpool Welsh, The
    London Irish Rifles
    London Scottish The
    Long Range Desert Group
    Lothians and Border Horse Yeomanry The
    Lovat Scouts The
    Lowland Regiment The
    Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) The
    Manchester Regiment The
    Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) The
    Military Provost Staff Corps
    Mobile Divisional Signals (Middlesex Yeomanry)
    Monmouthshire Regt. The
    North Irish Horse
    North Somerset Yeomanry The
    North Staffordshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's) The
    Northamptonshire Regiment The
    Northamptonshire Yeomanry The
    Northumberland Hussars The
    Nottinghamshire Yeomanry (Sherwood Rangers) The
    Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, The
    Pioneer Corps
    Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service
    Queen's Bays (2nd Dragoon Guards) The
    Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders, The
    Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment The
    Queen's Own Yorkshire Dragoons The
    Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) The
    Raiding Support Regiment
    Reconnaissance Corps
    Rifle Brigade (Prince Consort's Own) The
    Royal Armoured Corps
    Royal Army Chaplain's Department
    Royal Army Medical Corps
    Royal Army Ordnance Corps
    Royal Army Pay Corps
    Royal Army Service Corps
    Royal Army Veterinary Corps
    Royal Artillery
    Royal Corps of Signals
    Royal Engineers
    Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, REME
    Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) The
    Royal Gloucestershire Hussars The
    Royal Horse Artillery
    Royal Horse Guards (The Blues)
    Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers The
    Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's) The
    Royal Norfolk Regiment The
    Royal Northumberland Fusiliers The
    Royal Regiment of Artillery
    Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment) The
    Royal Scots Fusiliers The
    Royal Scots Greys The
    Royal Sussex Regiment The
    Royal Tank Corps
    Royal Tank Regiment
    Royal Ulster Rifles The
    Royal Warwickshire Regiment The
    Royal Welch Fusiliers, The
    Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (Prince of Wales's Own) The
    Scots Guards
    Scottish Horse (Scouts) The
    Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's)
    Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) The
    Shropshire Yeomanry (Dragoons) The
    Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) The
    South Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) The
    South Staffordshire Regiment The
    South Wales Borderers The
    Special Air Service Regiment
    Special Service Battalions - The Commandos
    Staffordshire Yeomanry (Queen's Own Royal Regiment) The
    Suffolk Regiment The
    The Cyprus Regiment
    The Glider Pilot Regiment
    The Palestine Regiment
    The Parachute Regiment
    Tower Hamlets Rifles the are now: Tower Hamlets Mac 10's init
    Tyneside Scottish The
    Warwickshire Yeomanry The
    Welch Regiment The
    Welsh Guards
    West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Own) The
    Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh's) The
    Worcestershire Regiment The
    York and Lancaster Regiment The
    Yorkshire Hussars (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own) The

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    if you know more,add them,please.

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    Alot of those have been disbanded and amalgamated in the last 60 years (some even resurrected), they are only WW2 but I believe it will be comprehensive, bearing in mind its source so very little to add to it.

    Good post

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    Quote Originally Posted by LargeBrew
    Nice list Erwin though you missed the Artists rifles.
    The Tower Hamlets Rifles are now the Tower Hamlets Mac 10's init
    Ok, pedant mode on
    Actually, wind-up aside, the Artist's Rifles didn't exist during WW2.
    In 1939 the Artist's Rifles became 163 Officer Cadet Training Unit, and the 56th Reconnaisance Regt turned down the Artist's Rifles title in '42.
    The Artist's Rifles were reconstituted as a TA unit in 1947, before becoming 21st SAS six months later.

    http://www.regiments.org/regiments/u...vinf/L28ar.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by reiver
    Quote Originally Posted by LargeBrew
    Nice list Erwin though you missed the Artists rifles.
    The Tower Hamlets Rifles are now the Tower Hamlets Mac 10's init
    Ok, pedant mode on
    Actually, wind-up aside, the Artist's Rifles didn't exist during WW2.
    In 1939 the Artist's Rifles became 163 Officer Cadet Training Unit, and the 56th Reconnaisance Regt turned down the Artist's Rifles title in '42.
    The Artist's Rifles were reconstituted as a TA unit in 1947, before becoming 21st SAS six months later.

    http://www.regiments.org/regiments/u...vinf/L28ar.htm
    , done,thank you

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    What exactly is the status of an OTC? They look like regiments to me (apart from the lack of manpower)
    Commanded by a Colonel, has a WO1(RSM), divided into companies (or wings, depending) each commanded by a Major supported by a WO2(CSM) or equivalent.

    Anyhoo, just wanted to boast that I have been entitled to wear a maroon stable belt in the past, although with a different buckle to the one you might expect.
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    OTCs actually are proper formed regiments and exist under the reserve order of battle, we have our own stable belt and distinctive cap badges. My unit even fought as a formed unit in the Boer war where it was wiped out. Although we are only cat B we can be called out for national emergencies on home soil (though whoever isssued such an order would have to be barking mad) like fire strikes, flood defence etc.. and more recently our CO told us that had we been in our unit on the day of the bombings he would have sent us out there to help, nice......

    As for manning we're not that far off most TA inf regiments, my unit is 500+ but most are 2-400
    "There is no country on the face of the earth to which the principle of citizen-soldiership is so well adapted as our own, for the freedom possessed by Britons is of so general and real a character as to cause the humblest in the land to feel deeply the neccessity of preserving the safety and independence of the nation of which he is a part"

    The Volunteer's book of facts 1863

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    You also forgot the Local Defence Volunteers, technicaly a fighting regiment (later refered to as the Home Guard aka dads army)

    and the 17th Casteroil Dragoons.

    And all of the Gurkha regiments.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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    Also for your reference

    The Cheshire Regiment is not it's name, and they would be jolly upset if you called them that.

    There actual title is

    The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment of Foot. They refer to themselves as the 22nds not the Cheshires.

    It is a source of great pride for them that they are one of only a handful of regiments that have never amalgamated in their entire history.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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    Until now.
    "There is no country on the face of the earth to which the principle of citizen-soldiership is so well adapted as our own, for the freedom possessed by Britons is of so general and real a character as to cause the humblest in the land to feel deeply the neccessity of preserving the safety and independence of the nation of which he is a part"

    The Volunteer's book of facts 1863

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    Yes, i believe there is a little bit of hurt in their ranks.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000ydstare
    You also forgot ....

    And all of the Gurkha regiments.
    Gurkhas were all Indian Army at the time.
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    Good point, but they were on our orbat, so the indian army should be up there too.
    If you post idiocy, don't get upset if you are seen as an idiot.... I don't.

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