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94 Signal Squadron

94 (Berkshire Yeomanry) Signal Squadron

Berkshire's senior volunteer unit, with over 200 years of voluntary military service. Formed as mounted cavalry in 1794 to counter the threat of invasion during the Napoleonic wars, seen service as machine gunners, artillery, armour, infantry and now signallers, serving within the Royal Corps of Signals.

Today, 94 (Berkshire Yeomanry) Signal Squadron is based in Windsor and provides rapid deployment of reliable, robust and resilient military IT and Communications support to UK and overseas contingency operations.  This means that the Squadron maintains soldiers and equipment at very high readiness and can be called upon to support the government, police and other blue light services at little to no notice.  The squadron previously deployed at minimal notice to support the police by providing communications during floods and recently during the Olympics.

The Squadron trains one evening a week at the Army Reserve Centre, with planned exercises one or two weekends per month.  There are also many opportunities to participate in varies sports and adventure training activities, providing exciting challenges and the chance to boost teamwork and leadership skills.  As a Reservist you’ll get a good mix of military skills and adventurous training such as climbing and trekking, along with team and individual sports.

Joining the Army Reserve means that you do all your training and military duties in you spare time, it makes it possible to get many of the benefits of Army life and combine them with your civilian life and career.

A message from the Officer Commanding:

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to 94 (Berkshire Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, based in Windsor.  The Squadron provides Communications Information Systems in support of UK Operations; where we can be called upon to provide communications infrastructure in a variety of situations.

If you are interested in joining, please come along to one of our opening evenings, which we host 1st Tuesday of each month from 1900hrs, or call us on 01753 860600.

Major Paul Ukpai
Officer Commanding

The Berkshire Yeomanry continues to celebrate its proud heritage to this day with its ceremonial duties and Yeomanry tradition. In tribute to this unit's proud tradition, the Berkshire Yeomanry has a number of battle honours won from Europe to the Far East.

In recognition of its service, the Berkshire Yeomanry was granted the freedom of the Royal Borough of Windsor in 1994 on its 200th anniversary.

Why join?
Being an Army Reservist asks more of you than most activities you could do in your spare time, but the rewards are so much greater. The Army pays you for the time you put in, and you get the chance to travel and take part in a range of social events.
If you are aged between 18–43 and looking for an opportunity to enhance and learn more skills in your spare time, the Army Reserve could be for you!  No previous experience necessary and we will pay you to train.

94 (BY) Sig sqn - Contact

Follow us on Twitter: @94Sqn or www.facebook.com/94BYSigSqn

Telephone: 01753 860600

Email: 39SIG-94-PSAO@mod.uk

Army Reserve Centre, 86 Bolton Road,

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