Category: Calgary Regiment (Tank)

Categories: Canadian Army

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The King's Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC)

1 April 1910: Organized as the 103rd Regiment "Calgary Rifles" 15 March 1920: Reorganized as two separate regiments, The Alberta Regiment (now The South Alberta Light Horse) and The Calgary Regiment 15 May 1924: Reorganized as two separate regiments, The Calgary Regiment (now The King's Own Calgary Regiment) and The Calgary Highlanders 1 April 1936: Amalgamated with the 'Headquarters' and 'B Company' of the '13th Machine Gun Battalion, CMGC' retaining its designation. 15 December 1936: Redesignated The Calgary Regiment (Tank) 1 April 1941: Redesignated 14th (Reserve) Army Tank Battalion, (The Calgary Regiment (Tank)) 15 August 1942: Redesignated 14th (Reserve) Army Tank Regiment, (The Calgary Regiment (Tank)) 1 April 1946: Redesignated 14th Armoured Regiment (Calgary Regiment), RCAC 22 July 1946: Redesignated 14th Armoured Regiment (King's Own Calgary Regiment) 4 Feb 1949: Redesignated The King's Own Calgary Regiment (14th Armoured Regiment) 19 May 1958: Redesignated The King's Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC)

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