British Army

The British Army is part on the landing warfare for the British Military. It came to be in 1707 after the unification of england and Scotland. The British Army is the successor to the English Army.

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British Army

Why did the British Army go to Concord?

they wanted to capture general George Washington

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Where did the British army sustained heavy losses?

The British Army has often had heavy losses all over the world for at least 200 years. You must at least give a date or place, or you question is totally fatuous.

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American Revolution
Native American History
British Army

Who was the Native American chief that served as a British army officer during the Revolutionary War?

Joseph Brant was the Native American chief that served as a British army officer during the Revolutionary War.

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Do British Army soldiers stay in Germany?

Yes, Germany is the largest location out of Great Britain.

About 19000 British soldiers are currently in Germany. The headquarters of the British Forces Germany are in Herford.

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Prince Harry
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British Army

What rank in the British army was Prince Harry promoted to?

On April 16, 2011 the Air Corps promoted Prince Harry to captain

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Can an Australian soldier join the british army?

The British Armed Forces accept citizens of all Commonwealth nations (whether a Dominion, or just in the Commonwealth of Nations), as well as citizens of nations who may no longer be in the Commonwealth, but were at the time of the individual's birth (for example, a citizen of Zimbabwe could join the Royal Army so long as they were born prior to Zimbabwe's withdrawal from the Commonwealth of Nations). So, your short answer would be yes.

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World War 1
Math and Arithmetic
Algebra
Geometry
British Army

What do the initials R T S stand for as related to the British army in World War 1?

RTS means return to service. It applied to officer candidates in officer training who failed training and were returned to their original units, or returned to service.

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American Revolution
Colonial America
British Army

What were the advantages and disadvantages held by the British armies at the beginning of the American Revolution?

British Advantages

1.) They had experienced officers who had fought in a variety of European wars.

2.) They had the most well - trained army and the strongest navy in the world at the time.

3.) They were well supplied with artillery, rations, gunpowder and firearms.

4.) Possessed the funds needed to fund their war effort (later they did not, leading to a loss in British support).

5) The British army had more weapons and ships than the Continental Army.

British Disadvantages

1.) England being across the Atlantic Ocean meant that they had to wait months at a time for supplies to reach them from England.

2.) Used to European Wars, they had trouble adapting to the American Guerrilla War tactics.

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British Army

What was the biggest loss for a British Army on American soil before the American Revolution?

a. wolfe's loss on the cliff of Quebec b. Washington's defeat at Fort Necessity c. Amherst's fall at Louisburg d. Braddock's ambush near fort Duquesne ========================================================= Last time I checked, General Wolfe actually won the Battle of the Plains of Abraham at Quebec (although he died in the process). Furthermore, the Plains of Abraham were - and still are - in Quebec City, which is in the Province of Quebec, which is in Canada. As such, it is not 'on American soil.' Louisbourg (not Louisburg) was actually captured twice by the British from the French. Neither was a loss for the British, and there was not a third time. And furthermore, as above, Louisbourg was - and still is - on Cape Breton Island, which is part of the Province of Nova Scotia, which is in Canada. As such, it too is not 'on American soil.' I heartily recommend spending a day exploring the restored Fortress of Louisbourg. It's less than an hour south of Sydney, Nova Scotia.

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British Army

How do you join the british army?

Arrange a visit to your local Army Careers Office where you have a informal chat about the army and you can ask any questions you may have, then if you like it, they can arrange for you to take the relevant tests in another meeting and if you pass these, then you are on your way to becoming a soldier.

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World War 2
WW2 Allied Powers
British Army

What are some symbols used by the British army during World War 2 particularly ones involving arrows?

The British army wore patches on the sleeve of their uniform that were called "formation patches". These patches would designate divisions or brigades. Swords was quite common to see on these patches. Some patches used spearheads, which resembled an arrow head. There was one patch that was a RED square with a Bow & Arrow, with the box bent ready to shoot the arrow. I have a photo of this patch but forgot what it represented; most likely a Anti-Aircraft unit based in UK. The British army also wore trade or qualification or speciality patches that designated a soldier was a bomb displosal member, for example. Here are two examples of formation patches that used an arrow. These may or may not have been worn in WW2. 54th Division - Coronet On Crossed Arrows on blue. 6th Anti-Aircraft Division - Red Arrow; White Target On Black These and many more patches can be seen on this site. http://www.kellybadge.co.uk/Stock/armbadge.htm Anti aircraft command had formation patch of a black arm drawing a black bow and arrow on a red square patch.

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British Army

Who better US Army or British Army?

The answer to this question is and will always be biased. Your country will allways be the best.

America is one of the most well know and most reputable military forces in the world. But its not the best trained.

The UK is less equip but better trained.

For example a us marine is trained for 12 weeks.

A royal marine is trained for 32 weeks.

But if america attacked the united kingdom, or vice versa. I belive america would win... because of the man power

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History of England
Gulf War
Famous Speeches
British Army

Who was the former British Army Colonel famous for a speech he gave during the Gulf War?

Tim Collins We go to liberate, not to conquer.

We will not fly our flags in their country

We are entering Iraq to free a people and the only flag which will be flown in that ancient land is their own.

Show respect for them. There are some who are alive at this moment who will not be alive shortly.

Those who do not wish to go on that journey, we will not send.

As for the others, I expect you to rock their world.

Wipe them out if that is what they choose.

But if you are ferocious in battle remember to be magnanimous in victory. Iraq is steeped in history.

It is the site of the Garden of Eden, of the Great Flood and the birthplace of Abraham.

Tread lightly there. You will see things that no man could pay to see

-- and you will have to go a long way to find a more decent, generous and upright people than the Iraqis.

You will be embarrassed by their hospitality even though they have nothing. Don't treat them as refugees for they are in their own country.

Their children will be poor, in years to come they will know that the light of liberation in their lives was brought by you. If there are casualties of war then remember that when they woke up and got dressed in the morning they did not plan to die this day.

Allow them dignity in death.

Bury them properly and mark their graves. It is my foremost intention to bring every single one of you out alive.

But there may be people among us who will not see the end of this campaign.

We will put them in their sleeping bags and send them back.

There will be no time for sorrow. The enemy should be in no doubt that we are his nemesis and that we are bringing about his rightful destruction.

There are many regional commanders who have stains on their souls and they are stoking the fires of hell for Saddam.

He and his forces will be destroyed by this coalition for what they have done.

As they die they will know their deeds have brought them to this place. Show them no pity. It is a big step to take another human life.

It is not to be done lightly.

I know of men who have taken life needlessly in other conflicts.

I can assure you they live with the mark of Cain upon them. If someone surrenders to you then remember they have that right in international law and ensure that one day they go home to their family.

The ones who wish to fight, well, we aim to please. If you harm the regiment or its history by over-enthusiasm in killing or in cowardice, know it is your family who will suffer.

You will be shunned unless your conduct is of the highest -- for your deeds will follow you down through history.

We will bring shame on neither our uniform or our nation. (On Saddam's chemical and biological weapons.) It is not a question of if, it's a question of when.

We know he has already devolved the decision to lower commanders, and that means he has already taken the decision himself.

If we survive the first strike we will survive the attack. As for ourselves, let's bring everyone home and leave Iraq a better place for us having been there. Our business now is north.

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British Army

In British army slang what is a squidgy?

IT COULD BE A RIGID INFLATABLE BOAT , BEING RUBBERY AND SQUIDGY.

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British Army

How much does a british army hand grenade cost?

175 dollars

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British Army

How do you address an Army warrant officer?

By Army Regulation 600-20 the proper way to address a warrant officer regardless of rank of the person addressing him or her is Mister (Mrs./Miss/Ms.).

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British Army

What is jeep in British army slang?

During WW2 the British used the American made Jeep and called it Peep. They already had a larger vehicle they called Jeep.

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British Army

How do you get married through the British army?

you need to go to your platoon office or equivilent and pick up a form. cant remembe the number of it but it is called: permission to get married/ wear uniform. you then need to get your padre to sign it followed by your company sergeant major followed your company oc. they may all need to speak to you, especially the padre. You should allow yourself months before the wedding to do this but im sure it can be done i a smaller amount of time by putting pressure on the right people. i hope this helped you

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American Revolution
British Army

Who led the British army in the southern states during the American Revolution?

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History of England
British Armed Forces (UK Military)
British Army

Does the British army recruit persons of other nationality?

Certainly! It even has an entire brigade of foreign nationals from the Indian subcontinent called "The Brigade of Gurkhas".

The Ghurkas have a long association with the British Army: They come from Nepal & are fine soldiers. The British Army also has nationals fom amongst other places Ireland, Fiji & many commonwealth countries.

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What does the British army do for the modern world?

well you ever heard of the countries called Afghanistan and Iraq theres one reason second Cyprus would be in a civil war without are base there also in general they are considered to be the second best naval power 5th biggest air power and the second most technologicolay advanced army in the world we also have the best tank in the world sure the Americans bragg about there abrams but the challanger 2 is simply superb and not pionting fingers but did u know the british army sufferd more casulties from friendly fire in the second Iraqi war than from the the iraqis just saying ; )

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Is there a waiting list for the British Army?

It depends on what you apply to join, each core of the army has it's own waiting list, some more than others, some area's are very short on recruits and will get you into the army quicker.

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British Army

How did the Colonists fight the British Army?

The Colonists had more motivation to win the Revolutionary War, so they had more reason to win; the British soldiers only fought because their king said they had to. Of course, the Colonists won, even though they had less soldiers with no experience and few supplies while the British had lots of soldiers, they were all experienced, and the king supplied them with food and water.

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British Army

Who trapped the British army during the battle of Yorktown?

A fleet of French warships.

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British Army

What is the highest rank of chef in british army?

Presuming you mean "chief", the highest ranking officer in the British army is called a Brigadier.

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