ⓘ Duke of Gloucester Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Duke of Gloucester Barracks

The Duke of Gloucester Barracks is a British Army barracks at South Cerney in Gloucestershire. The site is also home to the Joint Air Mounting Centre.

                                     
  • Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester KG, KT, KP, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, PC Henry William Frederick Albert 31 March 1900 10 June 1974 was the third son and
  • The Gloucester Cup is the common name for three awards of the Australian Defence Force. Formally referred to as the Duke of Gloucester Cup, the three awards
  • to the British Army in 1971 and is now known as the Duke of Gloucester Barracks Construction of the airfield began in 1936 and it was still underway
  • Kendrew Barracks was officially opened in October 2012 by the Duke of Gloucester The new barracks were named after Major General Sir Douglas Kendrew. It is
  • rebuilt barracks Prince Richard, Duke of Gloucester Colonel - in - Chief, 3rd Green Jackets, The Rifle Brigade, officially opened the new barracks on 28 May
  • Duke of Lancaster s Regiment Ministry of Defence. Archived from the original on 18 April 2019. Retrieved 18 April 2019. Abingdon Dalton Barracks
  • of the famous military tattoos being held nearby. In 1935 it became the residence of Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester near the barracks of the Duke s
  • George Hastings, 8th Earl of Huntingdon, was authorised to raise a new regiment, which he did in and around the city of Gloucester As was the custom in those
  • was reclaimed in the 1930s and named Gloucester Park in 1935 after the visit to New Zealand by the Duke of Gloucester in that year. From 1975 into the early