Regiments in the Best of the Web UK Directory


1st Military Working Dog Regiment

The Regiment’s primary operational role is to support the lead Brigade in Afghanistan with the provision of protection and specialist Military Working Dogs (MWD) and veterinary support to the command. Has links to photographs, videos and news.

Band of the Irish Guards

Has their history, photographs, news and current location. IrishGuardsBand

The Coldstream Guards

The oldest serving regular regiment in the British Army. Provides a history, information on ceremonial duties and the regiment's current activities.

The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment

Infantry regiment of the North West of England, with two regular infantry battalions and one Territorial infantry battalion, includes their history, make-up and association links. dukeoflancsregt

The Grenadier Guards

One of the oldest and most famous regiments in the British Army. Includes a history, news and information on current deployment.

The Irish Guards

Includes a regimental history, careers, recruiting, ceremonial duties and recent deployments. igappealfund

The Mercian Regiment

Information on its' history, 4 battalions, activities, associations honours and awards. MercianRegiment

The Parachute Regiment

Part of 16 Air Assault Brigade, provides details of how to join, training activities, a history, current deployment and Pegasus journal.

The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

The only infantry regiment that recruits from the Channel Islands, includes a history, photographs, locations of the battalions, citations and the PRI shop.

The Rifles

The largest British infantry regiment comprising of seven battalions. Includes news, history and traditions, the regimental shop and details about the Bands and Bugles. The_Rifles

Royal Anglian Regiment

Has details of their association, museum, shop also news and photographs from all 3 battalions.

Royal Anglian Regiment MOD

A Regiment of ten counties of East Anglia and the East Midlands with a history going back to 1685. Includes information and news on the two regular and their TA Battalion with anniversary dates.

The Royal Gurkha Rifles -

Recruited in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal this regiment has been deployed to many areas of operations. Includes a history, Regimental Marches, recruiting and current deployment.

Royal Irish Regiment

Includes regimental history, careers, recruiting, Roll of Honour and recent operations.

The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

Information on its history, activities, association, news and events. .

The Royal Regiment of Scotland

Formed in 2006 and comprises five Regular and two Territorial Army battalions. Includes a history and photographs with details of their various units.

The Royal Welsh

Formed from, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Royal Regiment of Wales and the Royal Welsh Regiment. Includes a history, photographs and details of how to join. TheRoyalWelsh

The Scots Guards

Part of 4th Mechanized Brigade, icludes a history, photographs, current role, with details and a video of the Pipes and Drums.

Special Air Service Reserves

Special Air Service Reserves (SAS (R)) comprising of 21 SAS(R) and 23 SAS(R) were formed in 1947 and 1959 respectively. SAS(R) are tasked to the highest level and can operate in difficult and often changing circumstances, sometimes in absence of guidance and within situations that have significant operational and strategic importance.

Special Boat Service (Reserve)

The SBS(R) offers a unique experience and opportunity for selected individuals to serve with their regular counterparts. Only candidates with military experience will be eligible. SBS(R) are located throughout the UK, but training is carried out in the South of England.

Special Forces (Reserve)

United Kingdom Special Forces Reserve UKSF(R) comprising of 21 SAS(R), 23 SAS(R), SBS(R) and 63 (SAS) Signals Sqn (R), is tasked to the highest level and can operate in difficult and often changing circumstances, sometimes in absence of guidance and within situations that have significant operational and strategic importance.

Special Forces Signals (Reserve)

63(SAS) Signal Squadron (Reserve) provides the Military Reserve Communications and Information Systems capability required to enable UK Special Forces Reserve Operations in support of the Governments Foreign Security and Defence Policies.

Special Forces Support Staff

Support staff underpin all our activites. Suitably qualified drivers, mechanics, medics, chefs, clerks, storemen, intelligence personnel and Ops room staff are welcome to apply.

The Welsh Guards

Mechanised unit, with information about recent events, operations, Roll of honour and a photo library. Choice of English or Welsh language.

The Yorkshire Regiment

Gives a regimental history, careers, recruiting, recent deployments and news of all their battalions.

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