BAOR


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BAORBritish Army Of the Rhine
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Veterans, regular, short service and national service who served with the BAOR, occupied Korea after the armistice and in other theatres worldwide throughout the cold war, remain unrecognised, unlike our NATO allies.
"After Army Staff College and a spell in BAOR, he was posted to HQ Far East Land Forces, Singapore, as GSO2 (Operations) during the Confrontation with Indonesia.
WOULD former Bombardier Taff Warren 10th Field Rgt RA stationed in Detmold BAOR IS, driver of a Cromwell tank, or his family, wish to contact an old Army comrade with news, please call 01443 472442.
AN Association was formed last year for all former members of 96 Squadron, RAF Ahlhorn, BAOR 25, Germany during the 1950s.
Cabinet Secretary Sir John Hunt reluctantly advised that scrapping the Polaris nuclear deterrent was preferable to cutting the British Army on the Rhine (BAOR) which could result in the "unravelment" of the Nato alliance.
Almost immediately Netherlands was able to put up one full Brigade to exercise along with the British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) and the brigades from Norway, Denmark and Belgium.
In 1960 he received the 6th Infantry Brigade in BAOR, and two years later he was promoted major-general.
MEMBERS of RAPC in CPO Lubbecke BAOR 42 or 41 Garrison, Hook of Holland 1953- 55, especially Martin Rossi, Ian McCardle, Al Mitchell and Ian McMullen, wanted for a reunion.
In a further note two days later - the day before the Cabinet was due to meet - Hunt warned of the consequences of trying to cut the 55,000-strong BAOR, however unpalatable the alternatives.
Students can enter either a BAor BSc degree programme and combine technology with a number of other subjects.
My father served with the BAOR after the Second World War and I spent part of my early life in Germany.