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Royal Corps of Transport 1965.07.15 RCT formed by union of transport functions of the Royal Army Service Corps, and Transportation and Movement Control Service of the Royal Engineers; RCT Fleet formed by amalgamation of RASC Fleet and RE Fleet

1993.04.05 united with Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Pioneer Corps, Army Catering Corps, and the Postal and Courier Service of the Royal Engineers, to form Royal Logistic Corps

1967.04.01 155th (Wessex) Regiment, RCT (Volunteers)

formed in TAVR II with HQ at Taunton from 43 Wessex Division Regiment RE and 67 (Aldershot) Regiment RE

232 Squadron at Plymouth with troop at Tavistock, successor to 506 Ambulance Sqn and 541 Ambulance Sqn
233 Squadron at Southampton with troops at Weymouth and Portsmouth, successor to 505 Sqn and 920 Sqn
245 Ambulance Squadron at Bristol with troop at Reading, successor to 928 Ambulance Sqn RCT

<1982> 155th (Wessex) Transport Regiment, RCT (Volunteers)
1993.04.01 regiment disbanded; 245 Sqn absorbed by B Company, 2nd Battalion, The Wessex Regiment (V)

2006.04.01 155th (Wessex) Transport Regiment, RLC (Volunteers)
re-formed with HQ at Plymouth (absorbing some personnel from Rifle Volunteers?)
241 HQ Squadron at Plymouth, newly raised
232 Squadron at Truro, re-formed
233 Squadron at Poole and Dorchester, re-formed
245 Squadron at Plymouth, re-formed

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