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Unit History: Engineer Regiment
* 7 Headquarter Squadron
* 1 Armoured Engineer Squadron
* 4 Armoured Engineer Squadron
* 73 Armoured Engineer Squadron
21 Engineer Regiment has just returned from an arduous yet thoroughly successful and rewarding tour of Iraq on Operation TELIC 11. The unit deployed in November 07 and replaced 22 Engineer Regiment as the resident Joint Force Engineer Group along with an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) element from 33 Engineer Regiment.
The Regiment completed various complex and technical Engineering projects in theatre that will prove a real boon to the force protection of British soldiers serving in Iraq.
Concurrently to this deployment 1 Armoured Engineer Squadron deployed to British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) in Canada to carry out vital construction and maintenence of training facilities.
The future - what is planned
* Various regimental adventure training packages and expeditions includng North Africa, Spain and Egypt.
* New equipments, initiatives and trade training.
* BATUS 09.
Memories of Engineer Regiment
(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)
Armoured Engineer Regiment, in 1970winning the BAOR CUP FINAL at Sennalager stadium at football and playing inthe army cup final at the Aldershot stadium with a great bunch of lads
Engineer Regiment Canal Zone in 1952
Written by Harold John WebberLots of memories 1951-1952, vague except for two. Drove through an ambush near Quassasin on road to TEK better known as shotgun alley. Frequent experience for all drivers. Then. a confrontation with a lorry load of Egyptian Police all armed. My escort in the cab and two sappers in back of a covered 4x2 had broken down one evening on the Treaty road. We sappers put one up the spout and I negotiated a tow back to a REME camp near Nifisha bridge....wasn`t easy!!! The best memories were the sunshine and swimming in the Lido at Fayid.
Engineer Regiment, in 1958In the last six months of serving in 41 Reg at Hamlin I was a batman for a Major Sharp, he was a walshman and was six foot tall. When I came out they were at the stage of closing 41 army field park. Major Sharp went to H/q and was made to the next rank.He was a great Officer .He took the parrade of 36 and 38 reg before the were shiped out to Sues Cannel.
Engineer Regiment, 23 Field Engineer Reg DORTMUND BRACKEL in 1954
Written by John Pearson 22838957I was one of sappers that helped to build the new cinema at Napier Barracks Brackel Dortmund 1954/55
22 Engineer Regiment, Kenya in 1996
Written by 3 SquadronThe whole tour in the game park in Kenya Including: The rains that flooded the dam we built. The 7ft Masi Mari guard stoned out of his tree. The CSM broken collar bone (sorry) Serving Wilderbeast donna kebabs and saying they were beef.... Golf, spider and snakes and lots of laughter... and don’t forget the live goats.....
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