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69th United States Army Field Artillery Detachment

The 69th U.S. Army Field Artillery Detachment was formed in April 1963 in the regular Army as the 69th U.S. Army Missile Detachment. It was activated in September 1963 in Menden, Germany.


L2A2 Grenade

The L2A2, described as an anti-personnel grenade, entered service with the British Army in 1972, as well as with other forces worldwide. Product development was driven by the requirements of the British Army and eventually their demands led to the modification of this grenade and fuze to a L2A3 standard.


78 Battery


78 Battery was originally formed as 30 Battery Royal Field Artillery (RFA)

During the period between 1900 - 1910 the Battery was at Fyzabad,Barkacha,Meeroot Peshawar,Rawalpindi,Hutti,Agra,Purkazi,Mooltan And finally Karachi.

From 1911 to 1914 they where staioned at Edingburgh, Glasgow, Fethard and Deepcut.


43rd (Howitzer Brigade) Royal Field Artillery

43rd (Howitzer) Brigade Royal Field Artillery was a brigade of the Royal Field Artillery which served in the First World War.

It was originally formed with 30th, 40th and 57th (Howitzer) Batteries, each equipped with 4.5-inch howitzers, and attached to 1st Infantry Division. In August 1914 it mobilised and was sent to the Continent with the British Expeditionary Force, where it saw service with 1st Division until broken up. 57th Battery was withdrawn in May 1915, and assigned to 128th (Howitzer) Brigade.


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