List of units and formations of the British Army 2019

The British Army as a result of the Army 2020 Refine reforms are organised into two main commands, Field Army and Home Command, each commanded by a lieutenant general.

The units under Field Army are:[1][2]

  • Reaction forces comprising 16 Air Assault Brigade and 3rd (UK) Division of two armoured infantry brigades, the 12th and 20th Armoured Infantry Brigades, and two Strike brigades: 1st Strike Brigade and an as-yet-unnamed strike brigade, along with combat support units.[3][4][5] 3rd UK Division is operationally affiliated with the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps.[6]
  • Adaptive forces comprising a 1st (UK) Division brigades, three of which (the 4th, 7th, and 51st) will be deployable.[7][8][9]
  • 6th (UK) Division comprising surveillance, intelligence, reconnaissance, communications, electronic warfare, psychological operations.
  • Joint Helicopter Command commands the UK's battlefield lift and attack helicopters, RAF, Army, and Navy/RM.

Field Army gained initial operating capability on 30 November 2015 and was formed as a result of the 2015 Army Command Review. The Commander Field Army commands all the formations of the British Army's forces for operational tasks, its collective training and tactical doctrine organisations and includes the vast majority of the Army’s fighting equipment.[10]

Home Command consists of:

  • Regional Command - to ensure delivery of a secure home front and forces and families in Brunei and Nepal.[11] When not engaged with operational commitments or when units may report to the Standing Joint Commander (UK) or mission-specific training (e.g. when conducting routine civilian engagement, ranges, or ceremonial duties, units and formations may report through a Regional Point of Command (RPOC) to HQ Regional Command at Andover.[12] Regional Command, as of 1 August 2019, has 38th (Irish) Brigade and 160th (Welsh) Brigade permanently under its command as RPOCs.
  • London District - commands all the Army forces within the London area and conducts ceremonial events.[13]
  • Recruiting and Initial Training Command - recruits and trains soldiers.[14]
  • Army Personnel Centre - deals with personnel issues and liaises with outside agencies.[15]
  • Sandhurst Group - deals with applications of army officers and trains such cadets at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.[16]

Commander Home Command and Standing Joint Commander,[17] acts as the Standing Joint Commander (UK) for responsible for the planning and execution of civil contingency operations within the UK landmass and territorial waters.[18]

Permanent Joint Headquarters (PJHQ) plans and executes UK-led joint and multinational operations, including those involving British Army units, and operationally commands UK forces assigned to multinational operations led by other nation-states.[19] For example, during Operation Telic, the Chief of Joint Operations at PJHQ directed Major General Robin Brims, the UK Land Contingent Commander, through the UK National Contingent Commander, Air Marshal Brian Burridge.[20]

British Army forces may also be deployed to NATO operations, which then are delegated by North Atlantic Council or other NATO bodies to the Supreme Allied Commander Europe who delegates the operation to relevant headquarters. PJHQ may still be involved.[21]

Commander Field Army

1st (United Kingdom) Division

4th Infantry Brigade and Headquarters North East

7th Infantry Brigade and Headquarters East

11th Infantry Brigade and Headquarters South East

51st Infantry Brigade and Headquarters Scotland

2nd Medical Brigade

  • 2nd Medical Brigade, in Strensall
    • Medical Operational Support Group (Army Reserve)
    • 22 Field Hospital, in Aldershot
    • 33 Field Hospital, in Gosport – unit to be "rationalised", with personnel redistributed to other parts of the British Arm[5]
    • 34 Field Hospital, in Strensall
    • 201 (Northern) Field Hospital, in Newcastle (Army Reserve – paired with 34 Field Hospital)
    • 202 (Midlands) Field Hospital, in Birmingham (Army Reserve – paired with 22 Field Hospital)
    • 204 (North Irish) Field Hospital, in Belfast (Army Reserve – paired with 34 Field Hospital)
    • 205 (Scottish) Field Hospital, in Glasgow (Army Reserve – paired with 34 Field Hospital)
    • 207 (Manchester) Field Hospital, in Manchester (Army Reserve – paired with 22 Field Hospital)
    • 208 (Liverpool) Field Hospital, in Liverpool (Army Reserve – paired with 22 Field Hospital)
    • 203 (Welsh) Field Hospital, in Cardiff (Army Reserve – paired with 33 Field Hospital)
    • 212 (Yorkshire) Field Hospital, in Sheffield (Army Reserve – paired with 34 Field Hospital)
    • 243 (Wessex) Field Hospital, in Keynsham (Army Reserve – paired with 33 Field Hospital)
    • 256 (City of London) Field Hospital, in Walworth (Army Reserve – paired with 33 Field Hospital)
    • 306 Hospital Support Regiment (Army Reserve)
    • 335 Medical Evacuation Regiment (Army Reserve – paired with 1, 4 and 5 Armoured Medical Regiments)

8th Engineer Brigade

102nd Logistic Brigade

  • 102 Logistic Brigade, in Grantham – HQ to be "rationalised", with personnel redistributed to other parts of the British Army.[5][39]
    • 6 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Dishforth (to transfer to 101 Logistical Brigade)
    • 150 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Hull (Army Reserve transport regiment – paired with 6 Regiment RLC, to transfer to 101 Logistical Brigade)
    • 7 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Cottesmore (to transfer to 101 Logistical Brigade)
    • 158 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Peterborough (Army Reserve transport regiment – paired with 7 Regiment RLC, to transfer to 101 Logistical Brigade)
    • 159 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Coventry (Army Reserve supply regiment, to transfer to 101 Logistical Brigade)
    • 2 Medical Regiment, in North Luffenham (unit to be "rationalised", with personnel redistributed to other parts of the British Army[5])
    • 3 Medical Regiment, in Preston (to transfer to the 2nd Medical Brigade, support 1st Strike Brigade and move to Catterick)[40]
    • 1 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Catterick (to merge with 1 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Catterick and support 1st Strike Brigade)[5]
    • 102 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Newton Aycliffe (Army Reserve – original unit to disband and merge with 106 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in the same location and support 6 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers)
    • 2 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Leuchars (to merge with 27 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, to support the second strike brigade and move to Catterick)[41]
    • 106 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in East Kilbride (Army Reserve – paired with 2 Close Support Battalion; original unit to disband and merge with 102 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Newton Aycliffe and support 6 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers)
    • Under 102 Logistic Brigade but paired with units of 101 Logistic Brigade:

104 Logistic Brigade

3rd (United Kingdom) Division

Division referred to as the "Reaction Force"

1st Armoured Infantry Brigade

12th Armoured Infantry Brigade

20th Armoured Infantry Brigade

Strike Experimentation Group

1st Artillery Brigade

101 Logistic Brigade

  • 101 Logistic Brigade, in Aldershot
    • 156 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Liverpool (Army Reserve supply regiment)
    • 1 Regiment Royal Military Police (1 RMP) in Catterick[24]
    • 3 Regiment Royal Military Police (3 RMP) in Bulford[24]
    • 160 Provost Company, supporting brigade HQ[61]
    • Supporting 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade:
    • Supporting 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade:
      • 4 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Abingdon (Close Support Logistic Regiment)
      • 27 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Aldershot (Theatre Logistic Regiment; to merge with 2 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, to support the second strike brigade and move to Catterick in 2021)[41]
      • 154 (Scottish) Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Dunfermline (Army Reserve transport regiment – paired with 27 Regiment RLC)
      • 4 Armoured Medical Regiment, in Aldershot (to transfer to 2nd Medical Brigade)
      • 4 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Tidworth
      • 103 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Crawley (Army Reserve – paired with 4 Close Support Battalion, original unit to disband and merge with 104 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Northampton)
    • Supporting 20th Armoured Infantry Brigade:
      • 1 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Bicester (Close Support Logistic Regiment; to merge with 1 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Catterick and support 1st Strike Brigade)[5]
      • 9 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Chippenham (Theatre Logistic Regiment)
      • 157 (Welsh) Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, in Lancaster (Army Reserve transport regiment – paired with 9 Theatre Logistic Regiment)
      • 5 Armoured Medical Regiment, in Tidworth[62]
      • 3 Close Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Tidworth
      • 105 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in Keynsham (Army Reserve – paired with 3 Close Support Battalion, original unit to disband and merge with 101 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in the same location)

7th Air Defence Group

25 Close Support Engineer Group

6th (United Kingdom) Division

Specialised Infantry Group

1st Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance Brigade

1st (United Kingdom) Signal Brigade

  • 1st (United Kingdom) Signal Brigade, in Innsworth
    • 299 Signal Squadron (Special Communications), in Bletchley supports the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office
    • 22nd Signal Regiment, in Stafford supports NATO's Allied Rapid Reaction Corps
    • 30th Signal Regiment, in Bramcote supports the PJHQ's deployable Joint Force Headquarters, Very High Readiness Field Hospital, the Air Assault Task Force and Joint Helicopter Command (to move to Beacon Barracks)[24][77]
    • ARRC Support Battalion, in Innsworth supports NATO's Allied Rapid Reaction Corps
    • ARRC Military Police Battalion, in Winchester (Army Reserve)[78][79]

11th Signal Brigade and Headquarters West Midlands

77th Brigade

  • 77th Brigade, in Hermitage
    • Information Activities (IA) Group - planning support focusing on the behavioural analysis of actors, audiences and adversaries
    • Task Group - deliver Information Activity and Outreach
    • Outreach Group - Security Capacity Building
    • Support Group - Combat Camera Teams, main reservists
    • Engineer and Logistic Staff Corps

16 Air Assault Brigade

Joint Helicopter Command

Commander Home Command

Home Command is a 3-star command, providing support and engagement with the civil population.[85]

Headquarters London District

Headquarters Regional Command

Headquarters Regional Command at Aldershot is commanded by a Major-General. It is the Army's HQ for the UK, Nepal and Brunei, administering Army bases in the UK and providing civil engagement.[87]

Regional Points of Command

1st Military Police Brigade

38th (Irish) Brigade

160th (Welsh) Brigade

Army Recruiting and Initial Training Command

Maj Gen Paul Nanson CBE is titled General Officer Commanding Army Recruiting and Initial Training Command, and Commandant Sandhurst. This means that his time is split between his Headquarters in Upavon and Academy HQ at Sandhurst. Army Recruiting and Initial Training Command was established on 1 April 2018.[24]

ARITC oversees the Army Recruiting Group, which includes the National Recruitment Centre (NRC) and local Army Careers Centres, and is staffed by a mixture of Capita staff and Army personnel.[92]

Army Personnel Centre

The Centre is located in Glasgow. The APC's Chief Executive is the Military Secretary, who also holds the post of General Officer, Scotland. The APC deals with personnel issues and contact with outside agencies.

Sandhurst Group

The day to day running of the Academy is devolved to Brigadier James Carr-Smith who is titled Commander Sandhurst Group and responsible for:

Army units under other commands

Joint Forces Command

Headquarters Joint Forces Command, Northwood Headquarters, northwest London

Fleet Commander, Royal Navy

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