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852 Signal Troop

852 Signal Troop provides post emergency and disaster communications anywhere in the UK. Using the latest communications technology we are the vital link between the emergency services and the Army.

Situated in East Kilbride, just south of Glasgow, 52 Signal Squadron provide vital communications for UK operations throughout the UK. Are you looking for something extra from your life, a rewarding experience outside normal working hours?

You will find it in the Army Reserve with the Royal Signals in East Kilbride

  • New friends
  • Football
  • Full pay
  • Great training
  • Travel
  • Adventure

Army Reserve Scottish Football Champions - can you play?

LCpl Kieran McCluskey

Joined the Army Reserves in 2009 to do the Summer Challenge. After his passing out parade, Kieran joined 852 Signal Troop in East Kilbride where he honed his communications skills on the BOWMAN radio system. In 2010, not long after passing out, LCpl McCluskey deployed on Op Tosca, a UN peace keeping tour in Cyprus. Here he patrolled the Buffer Zone between North and South Cyprus ensuring any infringements were reported and acted upon.
2012 saw Kieran on Op Herrick where he worked in the HQ ISAF.
852 Sig Tp

51 Sig Sqn - Kilbride Contact

Telephone: 01313 105211

Email: 32SR-RHQ-ROSO@mod.uk

Army Reserve Centre
East Kilbride
G74 2HP

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