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PostSubject: 45 Field Support Squadron RE   22/4/2009, 11:13

Hi everyone,

I'm organising a reunion for former members of 45 who served in the wild and wonderful Nienburg/ Liebenau days. We're getting together on 23rd May this year, and we have made contact with over 200 people so far, with almost 100 attending the bash. If you want to know any details (as I cannot post them in a public forum) please give me a shout.

On the history front, we were the last proud owners of a steam engine, right up until 1995, I believe. We have a squadron historian on hand, plus plenty of people attending who served from 1968 right up until 1995. If you're interested, give me a shout and I'll email you all the names we have.

We also have Orbat from Op Granby, various copies of part 1 orders, lots of other photos and paraphernalia.

Cheers

Gordon
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PostSubject: Re: 45 Field Support Squadron RE   7/1/2010, 19:57

Hi
I was with 24 Medium in Nienburg in '59. In those days I remember it being 45 Field Park Squadron RE, when did the title change? Interesting times, I wonder if there's anyone out there who remembers them?

Bazza
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PostSubject: Re: 45 Field Support Squadron RE   8/1/2010, 15:39

bazza wrote:
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I was with 24 Medium in Nienburg in '59. In those days I remember it being 45 Field Park Squadron RE, when did the title change? Interesting times, I wonder if there's anyone out there who remembers them?

Bazza

They were retitled at the end of 1967/beginning of 1968

Tale a look at this page:- http://british-army-units1945on.co.uk/RoyalEngineerSqns40_49.aspx

and this one:- http://royalengineersbaor.blogspot.com/

Scroll down the page on the second site - they are mentioned under 7 Armd Div, and then further on.

Paul.
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