List of British Army Regiments (2008)

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This is a list of British Regular Army regiments as constituted as a result of the British defence white paper Delivering Security in a Changing World in 2004 and "Delivering Security in a Changing World Future Capabilities" in 2005.

Cavalry[edit]

Household Cavalry[edit]

Household Cavalry Regiment and Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment[edit]

Royal Armoured Corps[edit]

Heavy Cavalry[edit]

Light Cavalry[edit]

The Royal Tank Regiment[edit]

Infantry[edit]

Note: When a regiment is described as having n + n battalions, the first number is regular army battalions, and the second is Territorial Army battalions.

Foot Guards[edit]

Line Infantry[edit]

Special Forces[edit]

The Army Air Corps[edit]

Support Arms and Services[edit]

Support Arms[edit]

Services[edit]

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment was initially formed with three regular battalions, before settling into its final complement of two
  2. ^ 1st Battalion, The Parachute Regiment forms the major element of the Special Forces Support Group, and is therefore not grouped with the rest of the infantry