ⓘ Alanbrooke Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Alanbrooke Barracks

The barracks were established, on the site of the former RAF Topcliffe airbase, in 1974, as an ordnance field park. The barracks were named Alanbrooke Barracks after Field Marshal Viscount Alanbrooke, a former Royal Artillery officer, when 1st Regiment Royal Horse Artillery took over the site in 1977. The barracks continued the tradition of being an artillery base with the arrival of 49th Regiment Royal Artillery in 1982, 19th Regiment Royal Artillery in 1990 and 40th Regiment Royal Artillery in 1998.

The barracks was also home to the 15th infantry brigade, from January 1982 to November 1992.

4th regiment Royal artillery was based at Alanbrooke barracks in 2008.

                                     
  • Field Marshal Alan Francis Brooke, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke KG, GCB, OM, GCVO, DSO Bar 23 July 1883 17 June 1963 was a senior officer of the British
  • Driburgerstrasse, and which went on, after the War, to become Alanbrooke Barracks and Barker Barracks respectively. Linsingen Kaserne named after General Alexander
  • the airfield is now a small enclave within what is now known as Alanbrooke Barracks Topcliffe opened in September 1940 as a bomber station in RAF Bomber
  • and troops in the Paderborn Bielefeld Gutersloh area and at Mansergh Barracks will remain until late in the decade. The British Army presence in Nepal
  • reinstated in 1981, assigned to 4th Armoured Division and based at Alanbrooke Barracks in Paderborn. Following the fall of the Berlin Wall, in December
  • currently a gun battery within 4th Regiment Royal Artillery based in Alanbrooke Barracks Topcliffe, North Yorkshire. The battery was raised in Calcutta
  • Artillery before being redesignated in 1961. It is currently based at Alanbrooke Barracks in Topcliffe and serves in the light field artillery role, equipped
  • AAC Netheravon, Wiltshire 1964 2012 formerly RAF Netheravon Alanbrooke Barracks North Yorkshire 70 s 1992 formerly RAF Topcliffe Dishforth Airfield
  • 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, Albemarle Barracks 4th Regiment Royal Artillery, Alanbrooke Barracks 103rd Lancashire Artillery Volunteer Regiment
  • Gun Club Hill Barracks Chinese: 槍會山兵房 or 槍會山軍營 are barracks in King s Park, Hong Kong formerly used by British Army garrisons during British colonial
  • The regiment moved to Alanbrooke Barracks at Topcliffe in 1977, deployed to Hohne in Germany in 1982 and returned to Assaye Barracks in Tidworth in 1992