ⓘ Buckley Barracks

                                     

ⓘ Buckley Barracks

Buckley Barracks is a British Army barracks in Wiltshire, England, about 4 1 ⁄ 2 miles north of Chippenham and 15 miles west of Swindon.

                                     
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  • A blue plaque to commemorate Buckley s life is sited at the Travellers Call public house in Stalybridge. Buckley Barracks home of 9 Regiment Royal Logistic
  • Maurice Vincent Buckley VC, DCM 13 April 1891 27 January 1921 was an Australian soldier serving under the pseudonym Gerald Sexton who was awarded
  • March 1992 when it was transferred to the British Army and renamed Buckley Barracks The airfield part of the site, known as Hullavington Airfield, continued
  • to one source Buckley was born in Marton, Cheshire, England, to Eliza Buckley In the book The life and adventures of William Buckley his place of birth
  • The Hyde Park Barracks Sydney is a heritage - listed former barracks hospital, convict accommodation, mint and courthouse and now museum and cafe located
  • William Francis Buckley May 30, 1928 June 3, 1985 was a United States Army officer, a Paramilitary Officer in Special Activities Division renamed
  • parish of Stanton St Quintin, along with the associated barracks which were renamed Buckley Barracks in 2003. Jazz vocalist and pianist Jamie Cullum was brought
  • Quintin, including parts of Hullavington Airfield and the adjacent Buckley Barracks The Bristol Avon forms part of the north and east boundaries of the
  • Private Dean Hutchinson, 23, of the Royal Logistics Corps based at Buckley Barracks Hullavington formally RAF Hullavington Veteran Bandit now comprises