10 June 2009

Hemer-Deilinghofen - Peninsula Barracks 1970 to 1992

formally Fort Prince of Wales

Jan 71 to Sep 77 – 2nd Field Regiment Royal Artillery – 2nd Division
L (Nery) Bty – N (Eagle Troop) Bty – O (Rocket Trop) Btys
Mar 72 to Jul 72 – Lisburn/Dunmurry/Andersonstown NI
Sep 73 to Jan 74 – Northern Ireland Long Kesh
Jul 75 to Nov 75 – Northern Ireland Londonderry
Mar 77 to Jul 77 – Northern Ireland Lurgan/ Long Kesh

moved to Ubique Barracks Dortmund

Oct 77 to Oct 79 – 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers – 3rd Armoured Division
Jul 78 to Nov 78 – Northern Ireland Londonderry

moved to Palace Barracks Belfast

Oct 79 to Nov 84 – 1st Battalion Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters – 3rd Armoured Division
Jan 81 to 6th Armoured Brigade
Aug 82 to Dec 82 – Northern Ireland West Belfast
Nov 83 to 6th Airmobile Brigade

moved to Battlesbury Barracks Warminster

Dec 84 to Mar 88 – 2nd Battalion The Light Infantry – 6th Airmobile Brigade
Jul 87 to Dec 87 – Northern Ireland Belfast

moved next door to Barrosa Barracks

Feb 88 to Jun 92 – 3rd Royal Tank Regiment – 6th Armoured Brigade Apr 86 to 33rd Armoured Brigade
Jul 90 to Jan 91 – Northern Ireland Armagh/Auchnacloy/Bessbrook/Keady/Middletown

moved to Lumsden Barracks Fallingbostel

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