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You probably need to see the service records to get everything sorted out in the right order. There was a 47th Independent Reconnaissance Squadron, as mentioned above, which merged with two other independent squadrons to form the 38th Reconnaissance Regiment in October So if CSM is correct that might suggest a transfer to an infantry unit when the Corps disbanded in Smudger Jnr , Aug 25, Never seeing action, 38th Recce Regt was disbanded in October , 80th Holding Regiment at Morecambe adopted the title of 38th Recce Regt the same month.
Sir W. Starkey, Bt. Fawcett Cheers Paul.
Graham my bad, error duly fixed Cheers Paul. In June , cavalry nomenclature was adopted for the Reconnaissance Corps so the original Battalions became Regiments, Companies became Squadrons, and Platoons became Troops. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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