4th/6th Battalion, Ulster Defence Regiment
|4th/6th (County Fermanagh & Country Tyrone) Battalion, Ulster Defence Regiment|
|Motto(s)||"Quis Separabit" (Latin)
"Who Shall Separate Us?"
|March||(Quick) Garryowen & Sprig of Shillelagh.
(Slow) Oft in the Stilly Night
|Colonel Commandant||General Sir Charles Huxtable, KCB, CBE, DL|
|Colonel of the Regiment||Colonel Sir Dennis Faulkner CBE|
The 4th/6th (County Fermanagh and County Tyrone) Battalion, Ulster Defence Regiment was formed in 1991 as a result of an amalgamation between the 4th Battalion, Ulster Defence Regiment and the 6th Battalion, Ulster Defence Regiment. The resultant 4/6 UDR was subsumed into the Royal Irish Rangers in 1992 as part of the amalgamation which formed the Royal Irish Regiment.
Uniform, armament & equipment
See: Ulster Defence Regiment Uniform, armament & equipment
- A Testimony to Courage – the Regimental History of the Ulster Defence Regiment 1969 – 1992, John Potter, Pen & Sword Books Ltd, 2001, ISBN 0-85052-819-4
- The Ulster Defence Regiment: An Instrument of Peace?, Chris Ryder 1991 ISBN 0-413-64800-1
- Lost Lives, David McKittrick, Mainstream, 2004, ISBN 184018504X