Find link is a tool written by Edward Betts.. searching for Light Aid Detachment 70 found (82 total) alternate case: light Aid Detachment Imperial Service College (392 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article the 1950s, part of the site was the home of the Royal Horse Guards Light Aid Detachment Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (LAD REME RHG), while the Virtual War Memorial Australia is a registered business name of Virtual War Memorial Limited ACN 613 555 347 No. 54 Light Aid Detachment (Type C), R.C.O.C. mechanical context relating to EMV (Equipment, machinery, vehicle) maintenance. A Light Aid Detachment of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers attached to the 11th Infantry Brigade at work in their farmhouse base near Beja, Tunisia. A Light Aid Detachment is an attached independent minor unit of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers or Detachment of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers operating as a sub-unit of the supported unit. Full description. light aid detachment. View of the farmhouse. 3 Light Aid Detachment (A) 18 Light Aid Detachment (A) 36 Light Aid Detachment (A) Royal 22e Regiment : Les Fusilier Mont-Royal : The Highland Light Infantry of Canada : The Carleton and York Regiment : The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada : … Just a note to clarify designations, the three Light Aid Detachments that were attached to the three Armoured Regiments of the 2nd Armoured Brigade were: No. This unit was formed in September 1941 at Northam, Western Australia to be attached to the 2/10th Armored Regiment, subsequently moving with them to Puckapunyal in Victoria in October to join the 2nd Armoured Brigade Group.Here they undertook training until they moved to Greta in New South Wales in June 1942 as part of the 1st Armoured Division. 55 Light Aid Detachment (Type C), R.C.O.C. Here, a large tent fly covers the main benches where a … Cattle graze beneath two trees at the end of a farm track. No. [1 Armoured Regiment Light Aid Detachment, Vietnam Feb-May 1971] / Donald William Burt A Light Aid Detachment is an attached independent minor unit of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, or Royal New Zealand Army Logistic Regiment operating as a sub-unit of the supported unit. Brief History. An Austin Utility car turns into the track. REME LAD (Light Aid Detachment) Major divisional units have their own REME support organisation generally called the LAD which can vary in size from about 60 to 120 personnel. Presumed to be 152 Light Aid Detachment in Sicily during the stand down in the Catania area prior to embarkation to the UK. and the Armoured Brigade Workshop was: Usually commanded by a Captain, LADs are capable of quick repairs at the point of failure. Context. Kindly sent to us by H Jemmeson who's Father, Edward Jemmeson, W.O.1 ASM with REME placed in the 152 Light Aid Detachment attached to 152 Brigade of 51st Highland Division for the Africa, Sicily and D-Day campaigns. The LAD units were responsible for the repair and maintenance of the regiment's vehicles and equipment. 241 Light Aid Detachment (LAD), attached to 7th Australian Infantry Brigade show the workings of a typical LAD unit . k) If agreed for onsite maintenance LIGHT AID DETACHMENT (LAD) the Hirer shall provide sufficient land, groundwork and concrete bases to furnish the onsite maintenance facility (workshop, store, wash down, offices as per agreed standard) 85 Light Aid Detachment (Type C), R.C.O.C.