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2nd (National Communications) Signal Brigade
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Badge of 2nd (National Communications) Signal Brigade
Active 1968-2012
Country  United Kingdom
Branch

 British Army

Type Signals
Role Communications brigade
Size Brigade
Part of Force Troops Command
Garrison/HQ Corsham, Wiltshire
Engagements Gulf War

2nd Signal Brigade was an operational Brigade of the Royal Corps of Signals with a regular HQ, 1 regular regiment, and a number of Territorial Army signal regiments.

History[edit | edit source]

The brigade was established as 2nd Signal Group (Static Communications Network) in 1968; it became 2nd Signal Brigade in 1982 and, after being deployed during the Gulf War in 1990, became 2nd (National Communications) Signal Brigade in 1992.[1]

Following successive cuts by the Ministry of Defence, the number of Territorial Army (TA) signal regiments was reduced over several years. At the end of 2012[2] the Brigade was disbanded[3] and the majority of the units transferred to newly created 2nd Signal Group, 11th Signal Brigade.[4]

Structure before disbandment[edit | edit source]

Organization of the brigade before its disbandment:[5]

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

Commanders[edit | edit source]

Commanders of the brigade have included:[1]

2nd Signal Group

2nd Signal Brigade

Footnotes[edit | edit source]

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