British Army cobblers honing their craft in a workshop, preparing sturdy footwear for use by British Troops in Northern Ireland on 1st April 1941.
Formed in 1942 during the Second World War, The Army Air Corps brought together various airborne units. It is the aviation combat arm of the British Army.
Formed in 1941, the Army Catering Corps, part of the Royal Army Service Corps was responsible for feeding the British Army throughout the Second World War.
The Army Dental Corps operated in all theatres of war during the Second World War. Units operated in Northern Ireland providing care for those based in Ulster.
Established in May 1941, British Troops in Northern Ireland Ireland (B.T.N.I.) was responsible for the defence of the region throughout the Second World War.
The role of the Corps of Military Police varied during the Second World War. In 1946, King George VI granted the 'Royal' prefix in recognition of their service.
Several companies making up part of the Corps of Royal Engineers served and trained throughout Northern Ireland during the course of the Second World War.
Formed in 1914 and revived in July 1940, the British Army's Intelligence Corps' main role is the collecting, analysing, and disseminating military intelligence.
Founded on 4th April 1939, the Royal Armoured Corps provided tanks, vehicles, and armour capability to the army in the Second World War, and continues to do so.
During the Second World War, the Royal Army Medical Corps catered to the diverse healthcare needs of the British Army in all theatres of war across the world.
During the Second World War, the Royal Army Ordnance Corps operated across all theatres of war supplying weapons, ammunition, and equipment to the British Army.
During the Second World War, the Royal Army Service Corps operated across the globe providing the British Army with supplies and provisions excluding munitions.
During the Second World War, over one million service personnel served in the Royal Artillery. There were 960 regiments in action worldwide between 1939-1945.
Soldiers in the Royal Corps of Signals operated across the globe during the Second World War, operating signals equipment and maintaining communications.
Founded by David Sterling during the Second World War, the Special Air Service or S.A.S. was a British Army unit. Ulsterman Paddy Mayne took command in 1943.