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Formed in 1999, following disbandment of 55 Signal Squadron in Liverpool.  Dual-function CNR unit, with responsibility to 11 Signal Brigade on ARRC support exercises bi-annually, and to 2 Signal Brigade the rest of the time.
 
Formed in 1999, following disbandment of 55 Signal Squadron in Liverpool.  Dual-function CNR unit, with responsibility to 11 Signal Brigade on ARRC support exercises bi-annually, and to 2 Signal Brigade the rest of the time.
  
SHQ and A Troop located in new TA Cente in Aylesbury and B Troop in a less new TA Centre in Booker (High Wycombe).  B Troop moving under FAS to 47 Signal Squadron in April 06,  whilst gaining a troop from Bedford and one from Cambridge. The Squadron is moving to 36 Signal Regiment under FAS.
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SHQ and A Troop located in new TA Cente in Aylesbury and B Troop in a less new TA Centre in Booker (High Wycombe).  B Troop moving under FAS to 47 Signal Squadron in April 06,  whilst gaining a troop from Bedford and one from Cambridge. The Squadron 'over the moon' that is moving to 36 Signal Regiment under FAS.
  
 
Awarded the title of Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars (RBH) in 2005 but have done very little about it yet. Should be interesting in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire.
 
Awarded the title of Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars (RBH) in 2005 but have done very little about it yet. Should be interesting in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire.

Revision as of 19:04, 4 March 2006

Formed in 1999, following disbandment of 55 Signal Squadron in Liverpool. Dual-function CNR unit, with responsibility to 11 Signal Brigade on ARRC support exercises bi-annually, and to 2 Signal Brigade the rest of the time.

SHQ and A Troop located in new TA Cente in Aylesbury and B Troop in a less new TA Centre in Booker (High Wycombe). B Troop moving under FAS to 47 Signal Squadron in April 06, whilst gaining a troop from Bedford and one from Cambridge. The Squadron 'over the moon' that is moving to 36 Signal Regiment under FAS.

Awarded the title of Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars (RBH) in 2005 but have done very little about it yet. Should be interesting in Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire.

Squadron motto 'Things can only get better'.

Runs an unique reverse recruitment policy, which is currently very successful.