C Battery Royal Horse Artillery
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|C Battery Royal Horse Artillery|
|Active||1 November 1793 – present|
|Part of||3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery|
|Anniversaries||Balaclava Day 25 October|
|Equipment||L118 light gun|
During the Corunna campaign commanded by Capt. Henry Eveleigh, participated in the retreat, but embarked before the battle began. Half of C Bty was deployed on the Jowaki expedition of 1877–8.
C Battery, 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, was attached to 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment during an operational tour of Northern Ireland from May until November 1991. The Battalion, and Battery, were on ops in County Fermanagh, mainly operating from St. Angelo Barracks in Eneskillen.
- Clarke, W.G. (1993). Horse Gunners: The Royal Horse Artillery, 200 Years of Panache and Professionalism. Woolwich: The Royal Artillery Institution. ISBN 09520762-0-9.