101st Logistic Brigade

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101 Logistic Brigade came into being during 1999 and was subordinate to HQ Force Troops Command.wikipedia
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Force Troops Command

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101 Logistic Brigade came into being during 1999 and was subordinate to HQ Force Troops Command. Under the Army 2020 plan, the Brigade re-subordinated from HQ Force Troops Command to 3rd Division (United Kingdom) on 1 December 2014.The Brigade currently consists of 20 Regular and Reserve Units, but under Army refinement plans, could continue to grow.
There were two logistic brigades 102 Logistic Brigade in Germany and 101 Logistic Brigade which contained logistic units to support the two deployable divisions (1st Armoured Division in Germany and 3rd Mechanised Division in the UK).

Tim Cross

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The Brigade's first commander was Tim Cross, then a brigadier.
His second was in 1997, with the Stabilisation Force (SFOR), where he commanded 101 Logistic Brigade, and his third in 1999 with the Kosovo Force (KFOR).

Future of the British Army (Army 2020 Refine)

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Under the Army 2020 plan, the Brigade re-subordinated from HQ Force Troops Command to 3rd Division (United Kingdom) on 1 December 2014.The Brigade currently consists of 20 Regular and Reserve Units, but under Army refinement plans, could continue to grow.
101st Logistic Support Brigade.

3rd Division (United Kingdom)

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Under the Army 2020 plan, the Brigade re-subordinated from HQ Force Troops Command to 3rd Division (United Kingdom) on 1 December 2014.The Brigade currently consists of 20 Regular and Reserve Units, but under Army refinement plans, could continue to grow.

Operation Telic

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2007 - Operation Telic - Iraq
102 Logistics Brigade was relieved by 101 Logistic Brigade in late May.

Brigadier

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The Brigade's first commander was Tim Cross, then a brigadier. Feb 1995 - Jan 1998 Brigadier M Kerley QGM Jun 2017 - Oct 2017 Brigadier J Blair-Tidewell (assumed Command of 102nd Logistic Brigade (United Kingdom))

Blackadder

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This quickly became known, first unofficially and then officially, as Baldrick Lines, after the hapless manservant in the Blackadder television series.

Military logistics

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The Brigade is able to deploy logistic force elements worldwide, in order to support the UK's military contribution to a national, NATO or a multi-national force.

Military

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The Brigade is able to deploy logistic force elements worldwide, in order to support the UK's military contribution to a national, NATO or a multi-national force.

NATO

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The Brigade is able to deploy logistic force elements worldwide, in order to support the UK's military contribution to a national, NATO or a multi-national force.

Iraq

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2007 - Operation Telic - Iraq

Afghanistan

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2009-10 - Operation Herrick - Afghanistan

Colonel

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Apr 1977 - Dec 1977 Colonel RL Wallis Dec 1977 - Nov 1980 Colonel DBH Colley OBE

Queen's Gallantry Medal

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Feb 1995 - Jan 1998 Brigadier M Kerley QGM

102nd Logistic Brigade (United Kingdom)

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Jun 2017 - Oct 2017 Brigadier J Blair-Tidewell (assumed Command of 102nd Logistic Brigade (United Kingdom))

Aldershot Garrison

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It is home to the headquarters of the Army's Support Command, and it is also the administrative base for the 101st Logistic Brigade.

101st Brigade

101st Brigade (disambiguation)
101st Logistic Brigade, formed in 1999