ⓘ Denison Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Denison Barracks

The site was used as an American military hospital during the Second World War and became the home of Royal School of Military Survey in 1949. The barracks were named after General Sir William Denison, a prominent Royal Engineer. In order to consolidate all survey activities in one location, the rest of the Military Survey organisation moved to the site in the 1960s. 42 Engineer Regiment Geographic were formed at the barracks in 1987.

In March 2013, the Ministry of defence announced a £10 million investment to allow military support to stabilization, protection of cultural specialist unit, Land intelligence center and 15 psychological operations group, to go to the website. In July 2014, 42 engineer regiment geographic left the barracks and moved to the air force wyton. The 77th brigade moved to the site and began in April of 2015 in full.

                                     
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