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63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron

Role

The role of 63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron is to provide:

  • Individual and collective augmentation to the Regular Communications and Information Systems Component of UK Special Forces.
  • Communications and Information Systems support to the Reserve Component of UK Special Forces on exercises and operations.

 

Communication Systems Operator (UKSF) Capability

CS Op (UKSF) operations require the skill sets and equipment to operate beyond the range and capability of conventional forces. They require sufficient endurance, field craft, surveillance, communications, mobility and 'life skills' to work in isolation, whilst remaining in sync with multi agency effect across the spectrum of conflict.


Operations

Whilst the MOD does not comment on the specifics of Special Forces operations, 63 (UKSF) Signal Squadron have made a significant contribution to recent operational deployments.

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