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| 748 Communication Squadron
|| 1994 – 2011
|| Nanaimo British Columbia
|| 748 Comm Sqn
|| TEYMUT (Coast Salish for "Being heard at great distance")
In July 1994 748 Communication Troop was redesignated 748 Communication Squadron.
On Saturday, 15 May 1999, the British Columbia Communication Regiment was formed with its HQ in Victoria. This new regiment incorporated 741 (Victoria) Communication Squadron, 744 (Vancouver) Communication Regiment and 748 (Nanaimo) Communication Squadron.
On 1 July 2003 748 (Nanaimo) Communication Squadron regained its unit status and is no longer a sub-unit of BC Communication Regiment.
748 Communication Squadron was absorbed by 39 Signals Regiment by Ministerial Order dated 26 July 2011
Commanding Officers of 748 (NANAIMO) Communication Squadron
|Capt. M.A. Pletsch
||July 1994 - June 1996
|Maj. J.W. Davidge
||July 1994 - May 1999
|Capt. U. Lal
||May 1999 - May 1999
Officers Commanding of 748 (NANAIMO) Communication Squadron, British Columbia Communication Regiment
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748 Communication Squadron Crest Letters Patent
- ↑ Ministerial Organization Order 2011058, 26 July 2011.