Explore the index to reveal the campaigns, battles, equipment and organisation key to the Airborne Forces' story.
It was in December, 1940, that the first airborne demonstration was given to the Army. A small party from No.
The following personnel died in parachute training accidents while serving with No 2 Commando and 11 SAS Battalion in the UK.
Suffolk’s airborne engineers are to be renamed 23 Parachute Engineer Regiment in recognition of their history and current role within the British Army’s Airborne Forces.
HARLOW MAN KILLED IN ADEN BATTLE.
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No 16 Elementary Flying Training School at RAF Burnaston, near Derby, was used to train glider pilot students to fly light aircraft from January 1942.
The Next-generation Light Anti-tank Weapon (NLAW) is the current light anti-tank weapon utilised by units within 16 Air Assault Brigade. It was developed by SAAB to be the first, non-expert,
6th Airborne Division store requirements for Op Overlord.
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