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MILITARY HERALDRY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

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General

Sovereign's Body Guard

Army

Territorial Commands

Army Groups, Armies and (Army) Corps

Divisions

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Territorial Districts

Regiments and Corps

Commandos and Other Special Units during World War II

Training Units, Schools and University Officer Training Corps

Army Reserve (Formerly Territorial Army/Force) and Volunteer Units

Cadets

Navy

Royal Naval Division World War 1
Ships

Fleet Air Arm (FAA)

Royal Marines (RM)

Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service

University Royal Naval Units

Sea Cadet Corps (SCC)

Air Force

Squadrons in the 300-series was formed during World War II from those Nationalities that wanted to continue the Fight after thier Countries had be occupied by Germany. No 400-series Squadrons was formed form Commonwealth Countries Australia, Canada and New Zealand and are shown under thier respective Countries. No 600-series Squadrons was mainly Auxiliary Air Force Units (Royal Auxiliary Air Force from 1947). Higher 600 Numbers was used by Artillery Spotting Squadrons, later transferred to the Army Air Corps.

Groups and Wings
Squadrons
Flights
Training Units
Royal Air Force Regiment
University Air Squadrons
Royal Auxiliary Air Force

Royal Hong Kong Auxiliary Air Force

Air Training Corps

Home Guard

Former Colonial Troops





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