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Waterloo Lines, is a British Army barracks on Imber Road in Warminster, Wiltshire, England. It is currently home to a number of Army specialist training schools and a sizeable portion of the Headquarters Field Army, not to be confused with Army HQ in Andover.
Waterloo Lines has its origins in the Battle School established near Barnard Castle in County Durham in 1941: it moved to Warminster in 1945 and was known as the School of Infantry until it was renamed the Land Warfare Centre in 1988.
The site, on the northern outskirts of the town, lies under the edge of Salisbury Plain and has access to the military training areas on the Plain. In 2009, the extent of the Warminster Training Centre site was 95 hectares (230 acres).
The units currently stationed at the camp include:
- Headquarters, Field Army
- Headquarters, Land Warfare Centre
- Headquarters, Infantry
- Regimental Headquarters, Small Arms School Corps
- Specialist Weapons School
- Falcon Squadron, Royal Tank Regiment
- Junior Staff Centre (part of Sandhurst Group)
- Combined Arms Tactical Trainer
- Infantry Trials and Development Unit
- Reconnaissance and Armoured Tactics Division (part of The Armour Centre at Bovington Camp)
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- Battlesbury Barracks – also at Warminster
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