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145 (South) Brigade

145 (South) Brigade is the Army Regional formation in the South of England. Our headquarters is based in Aldershot and the Brigade area covers the counties of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Although 145 (South) Brigade covers a small area, it is one of the most complex and densely populated of the Regional Brigades.

There are some 21,000 military personnel in 427 units and sub-units, gathered in 17 Garrison and Stations - for whom we provide administrative support. Additionally, we directly command Regular, Reservists and cadets; organised into one Army Reserve infantry battalion, two University Officer Training Corps, Divisional Regional Training Centre and four Army County Cadet Forces.

As a support command we are required to train, administer and deploy soldiers on active service in all operational theatres, with the current focus on Afghanistan.

Soldiers on operations