207 (City of Glasgow) Battery Royal Artillery
|207 (City of Glasgow) Battery Royal Artillery|
|Part of||105th Regiment Royal Artillery|
|Equipment||L118 Light Gun.|
Formed in 1967 as 207 (Scottish) Light Air Defence Battery Royal Artillery (Volunteers), the battery was originally part of 102nd (Ulster) Air Defence Regiment Royal Artillery but joined 105 (Scottish) Air Defence Regiment Royal Artillery (Volunteers) on 1 April 1986. It has been re-roled to field guns, using the L118 light gun. The Battery carries the honour of firing regular royal salutes at Edinburgh Castle. In early 2015, D (Lothian) Troop, located in Edinburgh was upgraded to battery strength and formed 278 (Lowland) Battery Royal Artillery.
- "Royal Regiment of Artillery, Volunteer Regiments". Archived from the original on March 15, 2004. Retrieved 2 December 2015.
- "The Scottish and Ulster Gunners". Ministry of Defence. Retrieved 17 June 2017.