Horse artillery

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that portion of the artillery in which the cannoneers are mounted, and which usually serves with the cavalry; flying artillery.

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Stormey of 7th Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and based at Colchester Garrison pleaded guilty but said he had post-traumatic stress disorder and could not remember the rape.
The soldiers from 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery will be based in Albemarle Barracks, near Stamfordham, and are already looking forward to the local boozers.
The Household Division Bands and Corps of Drums also took part, as did the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery.
Their place will be filled this summer by soldiers from 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, who will return from Germany.
December 26, 1914: Examiner sub-editor H K Dickinson had volunteered to serve in the Royal Horse Artillery and wrote to say "we have been busily engaged with gun drills and stable parades and they say we are making good progress.
This requirement is for a 4 year enabling contract for the supply of Equine harness and saddles to support the Household Cavalry Mounted Rgiment (HCMR) and King~s Troop Royal Horse Artillery (KT RHA).
Captain Grayson, formerly captain in the Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery, was again gazetted captain on August 22.
Billy is a larger than life character who served several years with the army in the Royal Horse Artillery.
5-ton carriage of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery was drawn by six black Irish draught horses over Tower Bridge and past Buckingham Palace.
Two royal gun salutes were then fired, one of 21 guns, by the King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery, inside the grounds of Windsor Castle, and the other, of 41 guns, by the Honourable Artillery Company, the oldest regiment in the British Army, at the historic Tower of London, in central London.
In London, the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery, the ceremonial saluting battery of the Household Division, will fire a 41-gun royal salute in Hyde Park at midday.
Glyn Sherman was a missile operator with the Royal Horse Artillery for five years in the 1980s.