1st Bn, The Queen's Lancashire Regiment: Service
Authors and Contributors this page: Graham Watson
Page created 1 July 2002. Corrected and updated 03.01.2003
1970-present
United Kingdom  
Note:This is a battalion history of the Regular Army. See the main regimental page for full lineage and other information.
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  1970.03.25 1st Battalion, The Queen's Lancashire Regiment
formed at Connaught Barracks, Dover by amalgamation of 1st Bn, The Lancashire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Volunteers), and 1st Bn, The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire)
  1970.03 England: Dover/Shorncliffe  
  1970.04 Germany: Osnabrück 12 Mech Bde
  1970.06 (Northern Ireland)  
  1970.09 Osnabrück 12 Mech Bde
  1971.11 (Northern Ireland)  
  1972.02 Osnabrück 12 Mech Bde
  1972.12 (Northern Ireland)  
  1973.04 Osnabrück 12 Mech Bde
  1975.01 Northern Ireland: Ballykinlar 39 Inf Bde
  1976.05 England: London  
  1977.08 (Northern Ireland)  
  1977.12 London  
  1978.04 Cyprus  
  1980.11 England: Tern Hill 143 Bde
  1980.10 (Northern Ireland)  
  1981.03 Tern Hill 143 Bde
  1984.11 Germany: Paderborn 33 Armd Bde
  1987.03 (Northern Ireland)  
  1987.07 Germany: Paderborn 33 Armd Bde
  1990.09 England: Weeton 42 Bde
  1992.04 Berlin Berlin Bde [last bn to leave Berlin]
  1994.08 England: Tidworth 1 Mech Bde
  1996.05 (Bosnia)  
  1996.08 England: Tidworth 1 Mech Bde
  1997.06 Northern Ireland: Omagh 3 Inf Bde
  1999.12 England: Catterick 19 Mech Bde