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Royal Artillery Regiments

Although we are one Royal Regiment, we actually comprise many different regiments, each of which is responsible for delivering a different type of effect.

There are 13 Regular Regiments, the King's Troop, 5 Army Reserve Regiments, the CVHQ RA and the HAC that make up the Royal Artillery.  Have a look below and see what we have to offer.


Regiments that use AS90

AS90 is a 155mm self-propelled gun that equips six Field Regiments of the Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Artillery

HVM Firing

Regiments that use High Velocity Missile (HVM)

The Starstreak HVM (High Velocity Missile) is designed to counter threats from very high performance, low-flying aircraft and fast 'pop up' strikes by helicopter attacks.


Regiments that use MLRS

The state of the art Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS), nicknamed the '70km Sniper', provides pinpoint accuracy delivering a 200lb high explosive warhead to its target, with twice the range of other artillery systems used by the British Army

Light Gun

Regiments that use Light Gun

The versatile 105 mm Light Gun is used by the Parachute and Commando Field Artillery Regiments of the British Army.The Light Gun can be towed by a medium-weight vehicle, or carried around the battlefield under slung by a Puma or Chinook helicopter.

Desert Hawk III

Regiments that use Unmanned Air Systems (UAS)

Mamba setting up

Regiments that use Surveillance Target Acquisition

The MAMBA is an air portable, small and accurate radar system and is currently deployed with 5 Regt RA.

Rapier Firing

Regiments that use Rapier

Rapier FSC is compact, mobile and air portable, making it suitable for worldwide operations.

King's Troop

Regiments that Train or are Ceremonial

Soldiers will join their units and deploy on demanding tours of duty to places such as Afghanistan. Therefore, to ensure soldiers under training meet the standards set by those units, training needs to be dynamic, challenging and interesting.

RA Reserves

Army Reserve Regiments

Royal Artillery Reserve regiments

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