1 Line Troop (1970)

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1 Line Troop
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Active 1 September 1970 – 1 June 1997
Garrison/HQ Kingston Ontario
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Heavy Line Troop, No. 2 Squadron 1st Canadian Signal Regiment became the independent unit 1 Line Troop on 1 September 1970 under Canadian Forces Communication Command.[1] In the summer of 1975, the Troop became a unit of 70 Communication Group, Trenton Ontario. 1 Line Troop was reorganized under the command of 76 Communication Group on 1 July 1983.

In 1997 the Minister of National Defence authorized the disbandment of 1 Line Troop[2][3] and it became 1 Line Squadron, a sub-unit of 79 Communication Regiment.

Lineage

Unit lineage
Made independent from
1st Canadian Signal Regiment
1 Line Troop (1970)
1 September 1970 - 1 June 1997
Absorbed by
79 Communication Regiment

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References

  1. Canadian Forces Organization Order 10.1.5, 3 Nov 1970.
  2. Ministerial Organization Order 97075, 26 May 1997.
  3. Effective 1 June 1997. Message NDHQ Ottawa/DEPR, 28 May 1997.