Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces

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Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces (CINCLAND), was a senior officer in the British Army.wikipedia
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Commander Field Army

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.
The post of Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces ceased to exist.

Peter Wall (British Army officer)

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General Sir Peter Wall 2009–2010
Wall had previously been the Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces from August 2009 to September 2010.

David Richards, Baron Richards of Herstmonceux

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General Sir David Richards 2008–2009
Richards became Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces of the British Army in 2008 and held this role until 2009 when he was appointed Chief of the General Staff, the head of the British Army.

Nick Parker

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General Sir Nick Parker 2010–2011
General Sir Nicholas Ralph "Nick" Parker (born 13 October 1954) is a former British Army officer who served as Commander Land Forces (formerly Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces) until December 2012.

Commander-in-Chief Fleet

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Commander-in-Chief Fleet
Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces

British Army

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Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces (CINCLAND), was a senior officer in the British Army.

United Kingdom

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Northern Ireland

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Germany

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Brunei

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Nepal

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Belize

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Canada

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Kenya

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CINCLAND commanded HQ Land Forces, an administrative apparatus that had responsibility for all of the army's fighting units in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), Germany and Brunei, together with training garrisons in Nepal, Belize, Canada and Kenya.

Military aid to the civil power

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CINCLAND was also the Standing Joint Commander (UK) (SJC(UK)), with responsibility for the provision of Military Aid to Civil Power within the United Kingdom.

Land Command

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The position had existed since 1968, when it was known as General Officer Commanding Army Strategic Command. In 1972 it became Commander-in-Chief United Kingdom Land Forces (CINCUKLF).

General officer

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General Sir Peter Wall 2009–2010 General Sir David Richards 2008–2009 General Sir Nick Parker 2010–2011

RAF Air Command

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John Wilsey

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General Sir John Finlay Willasey Wilsey (born 18 February 1939) is a former Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces.

John Waters (British Army officer, born 1935)

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General Sir Charles John Waters (born 2 September 1935) is a former Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces.

Redmond Watt

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General Sir Charles Redmond "Reddy" Watt, (born 1950) is a retired senior British Army officer who was Commander-in-Chief, Land Command.

Basil Eugster

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General Sir Basil Oscar Eugster, (15 August 1914 – 5 April 1984) was a senior British Army officer who served as Commander in Chief, UK Land Forces from 1972 to 1974.

Frank Kitson

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He rose to be Commander-in-Chief UK Land Forces from 1982 to 1985 and was Aide-de-Camp General to Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom from 1983 to 1985.

Charles Huxtable (British Army officer)

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General Sir Charles Richard Huxtable (22 July 1931 – 26 November 2018) was a senior British Army officer who served as Commander-in-Chief, Land Forces between 1988 and 1990.

Richard Dannatt

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The ARRC served in Afghanistan in 2005, but by this time Dannatt was Commander-in-Chief, Land Command—the day-to-day commander of the British Army.