1st Canadian Signal Regiment (1952)

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1st Canadian Signal Regiment
Active 9 October 1952 – 16 December 1953

The main body of 1st Canadian Signal Regiment was assembled at Camp Borden, Ontario. The components of the unit included:

No. 1 Squadron, RCCS (Kingston)
"E" Troop (with 79th Field Regiment - West Germany)
"F" Troop (with 2nd Field Regiment RCHA - Winnipeg)
"G" Troop (with 81st Field Regiment - Petawawa)
"J" Troop (with HQ 27 CIBG - West Germany)

Effective 1 December 1953, "X" Troop was created and allocated to support Lord Strathconas Horse (Royal Canadians)[1] concurrent with the independent unit "W2 Signal Troop" being reduced to nil strength.

Commanding Officers

LCol MHF Webber, 1952–1953

Squadron Sergeants Major

Unknown at this time

Lineage

Unit lineage
New unit 1st Canadian Signal Regiment (1952)
9 October 1952 - 16 December 1953
Succeeded by
1 Canadian Infantry Division Signal Regiment
Absorbed
W2 Signal Troop

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References

  1. SD1 Letter xxxx, 16 Nov 1953