1808 - 1st Bn., 52nd embarked for Sweden
1883 – 1st Bn Oxfordshire LI – Moved from Shornecliffe to Parkhurst (Isle of Wight).
1919 - 2nd Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - Germany
On the 30th April the strength of the Regiment was 102 other ranks and the following officers: Lieut.-Colonel R. B. Crosse, D.S.O.; Captain E. J. Anderson, M.C.; Captain (A/Major) E. H. Whitfeld, M.C.; Lieut. (A/Captain) C. R. Horley, Adjutant; Lieut. (A/Captain) L. E. W. 0. Fullbrook-Leggatt, M.C.; Lieut, E. K. Blyth; Lieut. F. Barnes, M.C., Quartermaster; Captain F. L. McGahey (Medical Corps, U.S.A.), Medical Officer.
During the month recreation of all kinds was indulged in—sports, games, dances, whist drives, concerts, etc., 193 other ranks were demobilized, leaving only about a dozen for demobilization.
1937 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – India
Red Flashes with embroidered White Bugle Horns taken into wear on the left side of the Pith Hat sewn on to the puggaree.
The Silver Bugle Horn now worn only on the Wolsey helmet which is worn on ceremonial parades.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
Halted in Gyhum.
1945 -2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI - North West Europe - Suttorf
After repeated changes in timings, the Regiment marched out at 1700 hrs & crossed the ELBE by the Class 9 Bridge.
Then turned East following the 3rd Para Brigade to HORST 9235.