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Unit History: Commando Regiment

Commando Regiment
The first Commando groups were formed in 1940 during the Second World War. Members of Commando regiments are Commando-trained, which means that they are taught how to employ irregular and unconventional tactics during an assault.
In order to become a member of a Commando Regiment, soldiers have to take part in an All Arms Training Course. This lasts for eight weeks and takes place at Lympstone College for Royal Marines in Devon.

Memories of Commando Regiment

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

Commando Regiment, in 1983

Written by Dicky Parker

Getting the green one and kicking there buts
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Active From: 1940 - Present

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