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ARMY REFORMS
TERRITORIAL ARMY UNIT
FORMS PART
RESERVE
MEMBERS
BATTALIONS
USEFUL ROLE
UNITS
BRITISH ARMY
FOOT GUARDS
ANNUAL BUDGET
TERRITORIAL ARMY
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Definitions

  1. The Territorial Army is the British Army's organized reserve, as opposed to the Regular Reserve, which provides individual members to regular units. (Web site)

Army Reforms

  1. Under the Army reforms of 1908, the Territorial Army was formed and organised into regional Divisions, area Brigades and local Battalions. (Web site)

Territorial Army Unit

  1. The oldest surviving regiment in the British Army is the Honourable Artillery Company (given a royal charter in 1537), now a Territorial Army unit. (Web site)

Forms Part

  1. At the end of 2005 the 4th Battalion dropped the word 'Volunteer' from its unit title, although it still forms part of the Territorial Army.

Reserve

  1. A Permanent Staff Instructor is a senior member of the full time British Army, selected to teach the Reserve and Territorial Army soldiers.

Members

  1. There is also a Reserve Commando Course run for members of the Royal Marines Reserve and Commando units of the Territorial Army.

Battalions

  1. The bulk of the battalions formed for the First World War were disbanded outright, but several were reconstituted in the Territorial Army.

Useful Role

  1. The Territorial Army (TA) i s a voluntary part-time civilian force which plays a useful role in the defence of the country.

Units

  1. All units within the service are either Regular (full-time) or Territorial Army (part-time), or a combination with sub-units of each type. (Web site)
  2. A large number of Territorial Army soldiers have been deployed for a variety of tasks, both as individuals serving and as formed units.

British Army

  1. The full-time element of the British Army has also been referred to as the Regular Army since the creation of the reservist Territorial Army in 1908.
  2. The regular British Army had a strength of 106,200 in April, 2007, while its reserve component, the Territorial Army, numbered 38,500.

Foot Guards

  1. However, in 2004 the Minister of Defence announced that the Foot Guards would gain a reserve (or Territorial Army) battalion, the London Regiment.

Annual Budget

  1. The annual budget of the Territorial Army is approximately £350 million – around 1.3% of the total defence budget [3].

Territorial Army

  1. It is broadly split into the Regular Army (full-time soldiers and units) and the Territorial Army (part-time soldiers and units).
  2. The professional British Army has also been referred to as the Regular Army since the creation of the Territorial Army.

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  3. Foot Guards
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