Future of the British Army (Army 2020 Refine)

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Army 2020 Refine, formerly known as Future Army Structure (Next Steps) or FAS (Next Steps), is the name given to an ongoing restructuring of the British Army, and in particular its fighting brigades.wikipedia
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Administrative structure of the field forces of the British Army

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The field forces of the British Army after the Army 2020 Refine reforms are organised, in garrison, as:

British Army

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Army 2020 Refine, formerly known as Future Army Structure (Next Steps) or FAS (Next Steps), is the name given to an ongoing restructuring of the British Army, and in particular its fighting brigades.
Following the Strategic Defence and Security Review 2010 (SDSR) and the Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015 the British Army adopted an evolving structure (known as Army 2020 Refine) that would see the number of Regular personnel set at 82,000 and see an increase in the number of Reservists to 30,000.

Challenger 2

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One armoured regiment of Challenger 2 tanks
Under Army 2020, only three Challenger 2 Tank Regiments will remain: the Queen's Royal Hussars, the King's Royal Hussars and the Royal Tank Regiment.

Regional Command (British Army)

Support CommandRegional CommandGeneral Officer Commanding Support Command
The divisional headquarters of 2nd, 4th and 5th Divisions were disbanded in 2012 and replaced by a single formation known as Support Command, based at Aldershot.
Under the Army 2020 framework, the command began assisting 1st (UK) Division in managing the seven infantry brigades in the Adaptable Force.

1st Armoured Infantry Brigade (United Kingdom)

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The 3rd (UK) Mechanised Division, renamed the 3rd (United Kingdom) Division, comprising three armoured infantry brigades: 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade, 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade and 20th Armoured Infantry Brigade.
Previously it has been designated 1st (Guards) Brigade, 1st Infantry Brigade, 1st Mechanised Brigade (from the 1990s), and under Army 2020 assumed the title of 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade.

Royal Regiment of Scotland

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The Highlanders, 4th Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland
In 2012, as part of the Army 2020 reform package, it was announced that the 5th Battalion, while not losing its name, connection and history as the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, would be reduced to the status of an incremental company, similar to the three companies in the Guards Division, and be transferred to become a permanent public duties unit in Scotland.

King's Royal Hussars

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King's Royal Hussars
It is planned to continue this role and retain its base under the Army 2020 reforms but not the Army 2020 Refine reforms.

Scots Guards

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1st Battalion, Scots Guards
By the end of 2019 the 1st Battalion will move back to Catterick and join the new Strike Brigade as part of the Army 2020 reforms.

4th Regiment Royal Artillery

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3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and 4th Regiment Royal Artillery are assigned to the Strike Brigades but at the current moment it is unclear what their equipment will be.
Under Army 2020, the Regiment will be placed under Force Troops Command and tasked to support the Adaptable Force.

101st Logistic Brigade

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101st Logistic Support Brigade.
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.

51st Infantry Brigade and Headquarters Scotland

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Comprises seven infantry brigades (4th, 7th, 11th, 38th, 42nd, 51st and 160th) of various sizes, each made up of paired regular and Territorial Army forces, drawn from an Adaptable Force pool of units.
It is the regional administrative formation responsible for all the units of the Army Reserve based in Scotland and an Adaptable Force Brigade under Army 2020.

Mechanised Infantry Vehicle

In a Defence Committee hearing, Chief of the General Staff Sir Nicholas Carter stated that "each of these [Strike] brigades will have two AJAX regiments and probably two Mechanised Infantry Vehicle (MIV) battalions as well."
After the Strategic Defence and Security Review 2010, then Lieutenant General Nick Carter formed the Army 2020 concept to shape the British Army.

Royal Wessex Yeomanry

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Royal Wessex Yeomanry providing replacement crews to the three Challenger 2 regiments.
Before the Army 2020 plan, the regiment had three roles:

1st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Brigade

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1st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Brigade
1st Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Brigade (1 ISR Bde) of the British Army was created as part of the Army 2020 reforms.

Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

REMECorps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical EngineersR.E.M.E.
104, 105 and 106 Battalions of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
In line with the Army 2020 review, there are seven Regular, two Training and six Army Reserve battalions within REME.

3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery

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3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery and 4th Regiment Royal Artillery are assigned to the Strike Brigades but at the current moment it is unclear what their equipment will be.
Under Army 2020, it will provide force support to the Adaptable Force.

3rd Division (United Kingdom)

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The 3rd (UK) Mechanised Division, renamed the 3rd (United Kingdom) Division, comprising three armoured infantry brigades: 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade, 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade and 20th Armoured Infantry Brigade. It was envisaged that 19th Light Brigade, which is currently part of 3rd Mechanised Division, would be disbanded.
Under Army 2020, the division was renamed as 3rd (United Kingdom) Division and will continue to be based at Bulford Camp, and command the Reaction Force.

77th Brigade (United Kingdom)

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77th Brigade
The 77th Brigade is a British Army formation, created in January 2015 by renaming the Security Assistance Group which was created under the Army 2020 concept.

35 Engineer Regiment (United Kingdom)

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35 Engineer Regiment
As part of Army 2020 Refine, a written statement in December 2016 stated that the Unit will be rationalised, with all manpower being redeployed to other areas of the British Army.

8th Engineer Brigade (United Kingdom)

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8th Engineer Brigade
The brigade was formed at Upavon in 2005 and, under the Army 2020 reorganisation, moved to Gibraltar Barracks at Minley in 2014.

1st Military Police Brigade

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1st Military Police Brigade
The brigade was formed under the Army 2020 reorganisation and became operational on 1 December 2014.

12th Armoured Infantry Brigade (United Kingdom)

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The 3rd (UK) Mechanised Division, renamed the 3rd (United Kingdom) Division, comprising three armoured infantry brigades: 1st Armoured Infantry Brigade, 12th Armoured Infantry Brigade and 20th Armoured Infantry Brigade.
Under Army 2020, its headquarters remains at Bulford and it forms part of the Reaction Force.

42nd Infantry Brigade (United Kingdom)

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Comprises seven infantry brigades (4th, 7th, 11th, 38th, 42nd, 51st and 160th) of various sizes, each made up of paired regular and Territorial Army forces, drawn from an Adaptable Force pool of units.
Under Army 2020, it was renamed 42nd Infantry Brigade and became the regional point of command for the North West of England.

Queen's Royal Lancers

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9th/12th Royal Lancers and Queen's Royal Lancers will merge to become The Royal Lancers
As part of the Army 2020 reforms intended to reduce the size of the British Army in line with the Strategic Defence and Security Review, it was announced that the 9th/12th Royal Lancers would amalgamate with the Queen's Royal Lancers to form a single regiment, the Royal Lancers, on 2 May 2015.

39th Regiment Royal Artillery

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39 Regiment Royal Artillery will disband, with its Multiple Launch Rocket Systems being transferred to the rest of the Royal Artillery and Territorial Army.
Under Army 2020, the regiment was disbanded and its GMRLS launchers transferred to the other RA regiments and the Territorial Army.