The Royal Artillery was formed on 26 May 1716 by Royal Warrant issued by King George I. In 1832 King William IV gave to the Regiment the motto ‘Ubique’, which means “everywhere”. Also known as the Gunners, the Royal Artillery have been involved in almost every battle and operation the Army has fought in its 300-year history. The Royal Artillery find, track and strike at range anywhere, in all weathers and at any time, in order to defeat the enemy. The Royal Artillery are everywhere across the battlefield, providing the British Army with its eyes, ears and firepower.

The ‘Royal Artillery Tartan’ is the only officially registered tartan in the world, to pay respect to the Royal Artillery. And is fully endorsed by the Royal Artillery.

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