150 Regiment RLC

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150 Regiment RLC
Active 1967-present
Country  United Kingdom
Branch  British Army
Type Regiment
Role Logistics
Part of Royal Logistic Corps
Website 150 Regiment RLC

150 Regiment RLC is a regiment of the Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve in the United Kingdom

History[edit]

The regiment was formed in the Royal Corps of Transport in 1967, as 150th (Northumbrian) Transport Regiment from seven territorial transport regiments, with four transport squadrons. The regiment was transferred into the Royal Logistic Corps and was renamed the 150th (Yorkshire) Regiment RLC in 1993.[1] 216 Squadron was transferred to 159th Support Regiment in 2006[1] but transferred back under Army 2020 in 2014.[2]

Squadrons[edit]

The current structure is as follows:

  • 523 (Hull) Headquarters Squadron[3] (previously 523 Headquarters Squadron) (1967 to date)
  • 216 (Tynemouth) Transport Squadron RLC[2] (previously 216 (Tyne Tees) Transport Squadron) (1967 to 31 March 2007)
  • 217 (West Yorkshire) Transport Squadron[4] (1967 to date) previously 217 (Yorkshire) Squadron RCT (V) from 1967 until the formation of the RLC in 1993
  • 218 (East Riding) Transport Squadron[5] (1967 to date)
  • 219 (South Yorkshire) Transport Squadron[6] (previously 219 (South Yorkshire) Doncaster Transport Squadron) (1967 to date) Previously 219 (West Yorkshire) Squadron RCT (V) until the creation of South Yorkshire as a county and the RLC as a Corps.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "150th Transport Regiment". regiments.org. Archived from the original on 26 September 2007. , regiments.org
  2. ^ a b "216 Transport Squadron". British Army. Retrieved 8 December 2015. 
  3. ^ "523 (Hull) Headquarters Squadron". British Army. Retrieved 8 December 2015. 
  4. ^ "217 (West Yorkshire) Transport Squadron". British Army. Retrieved 8 December 2015. 
  5. ^ "218 (East Riding) Transport Squadron". British Army. Retrieved 8 December 2015. 
  6. ^ "219 (South Yorkshire) Transport Squadron". British Army. Retrieved 8 December 2015. 

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