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The British Army in Brunei

The British Army in Brunei comprises an Infantry Battalion of Gurkhas and an Army Air Corps Flight of Bell 212's. The tropical climate and terrain of Brunei is well suited to jungle training and the Jungle Warfare Division (JWD) run jungle warfare courses for all members of the British Army.

The Infantry Battalion is supported by the small British Garrison, which provides all logistic and administrative support.

The Jungle Warfare Division is the Army's jungle warfare school. It runs a number of courses, ranging from Jungle Warfare Instructor Courses to the Operational Tracking Instructor Course.

Soldiers on a jungle patrol exercise
Brunei Garrison consists of three sites: Sittang Camp, just outside Tutong in the middle of the country, Medicina Lines where JWD, 7Flt and the Garrison Support Services are located and Tuker Lines where the Garrison Headquarters and Resident Gurkha Battalion reside. The latter 2 camps are located just outside Seria, in the Belait district of Brunei, just a 15 min drive from Kuala Belait the districts main town.

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