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[[Northern Ireland]]: Troops were deployed to [[Northern Ireland]] during the troubles in 1969 to assist the civilian police to maintain order.
 
[[Northern Ireland]]: Troops were deployed to [[Northern Ireland]] during the troubles in 1969 to assist the civilian police to maintain order.
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The [[Falklands Islands]]: After the victory in the [[Falkland Islands]] in 1982, a permanent garrison was re-established. On 1 August 1983, the first draft of 20 WRAC servicewomen arrived in [[Port Stanley]]. They traveled by air to [[Ascension Island]] and then by sea to the Falkland Islands.
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The [[Falkland Islands]]: After the victory in the [[Falkland Islands]] in 1982, a permanent garrison was re-established. On 1 August 1983, the first draft of 20 WRAC servicewomen arrived in [[Port Stanley]]. They traveled by air to [[Ascension Island]] and then by sea to the Falkland Islands.
    
The [[Gulf]] 1990-1991: [[Operation GRANBY]] was the British Army's part of Operation [[DESERT SHIELD]] and [[DESERT STORM]], the multi-national response to the Iraqi invasion and occupation of [[Kuwait]]. Members of the WRAC were employed on [[Operation GRANBY]], as members of the Staff of Commanders, or as individuals with their units. They worked as Staff Officers, Assistant Adjutants, clerks, chefs, communications operators, drivers, intelligence analysts, medical assistants, military police women, and postal and courier operators. Over 200 members of the Corps served in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait during Operation GRANBY.
 
The [[Gulf]] 1990-1991: [[Operation GRANBY]] was the British Army's part of Operation [[DESERT SHIELD]] and [[DESERT STORM]], the multi-national response to the Iraqi invasion and occupation of [[Kuwait]]. Members of the WRAC were employed on [[Operation GRANBY]], as members of the Staff of Commanders, or as individuals with their units. They worked as Staff Officers, Assistant Adjutants, clerks, chefs, communications operators, drivers, intelligence analysts, medical assistants, military police women, and postal and courier operators. Over 200 members of the Corps served in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait during Operation GRANBY.

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