|10 Anti-Aircraft Regiment|
10 Anti-Aircraft Regiment emblem
|Active||1 February 1968 -|
|Collar Badge||Bursting grenade with seven flames</td></tr>|
|Beret Colour||Oxford Blue</td></tr>|
|Beret bar circa 1992||
10 Anti-aircraft Regiment was formally established on 1 February 1968 as though it was a new unit of the Permanent Force, without any mention of the fact that it was obviously a reconstruction of 10 Anti-aircraft Battery.
Its headquarters was at Youngsfield in Cape Town, where the Artillery Air Defence School had been established from the same date.
13 October 2007: A Oerlikon GDF Mk.5 35 mm anti-aircraft twin-barrelled gun malfunctioned, spraying hundreds of high-explosive 0,5 kg 35mm cannon shells around the five-gun firing position. By the time the gun had emptied its dual 250-round magazines nine soldiers were dead and eleven injured. The accident occurred just before 9 am, when a battery from 10 Anti-Aircraft Regiment began a live-fire exercise at the Army Combat Training Centre at Lohatlha as part of the SANDF's Exercise Seboka.
Starstreak missile developmentEdit
10 Anti-Aircraft Regiment has used the following equipment throughout its history:
Previous Dress InsigniaEdit