1827 – 43rd - Occupation of Portugal, 43rd quartered at Thomar.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – RIGHT BATTALION. (WESTERN FRONT)
The Regiment was relieved by the 24th (S) Bn Royal Fusiliers and withdrew to the Reserve Positions
No 1 – B Coy
No 2 – (Regtl HQ) D Coy
No 3 - A Coy
No 4 - C Coy
Casualties: Wounded = 1 OR
1918 –1/1stBuckinghamshire Battalion – S. SISTO. (ITALIAN FRONT)
Battalion relieved by 1/4 ROYAL BERKSHIRE REGT.
Relief complete by 9am.
Battalion moved into Rear Reserve.
Dispositions as follows:-
Bn HQers & D Coy H.785.320
C Coy MALGA FOSSA FORT H.7.70.340
B Coy H.740.335
A Coy PRIA DEL ACQUA H.755.217
Some shelling near HQers and B Coy during the Morning.
CAPT P L WRIGHT rejoined from 144 BDE HQers.
B Coy found party of 70 for Night Wiring in Outpost Line.
CAPT P A DARBY to PRAGLIA on a course.
2nd LIEUT GRACE took over B Coy.
Ration Strength: 26 Officers 632 OR.
Casualties: 5 OR to Hospital – Sick+ 1 OR Wounded in Action
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – CHATEAU ST COME. (NORMANDY)
A noisy night due to our own and enemy arty fire, also large numbers of aircraft flew overhead, mostly our own.
Bombs were dropped SE and SOUTH and SW of our position but some fell in our immediate area.
Another very good day for our snipers who between them claim 8 certain hits and 6 probables.
The carelessness on the part of the enemy in allowing our snipers such success in the last few days may indicate a relief.
But at the moment we believe the enemy opposite us to belong to Nos 6 + 7 Coys of the II Bn 857 Gren Regt.
1957- 1st Bn Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (43rd & 52nd) – CYPRUS
The Regiment learned of its future after the Reorganisation of the Army; it is to become part of the Green Jackets Brigade.
1992 – 1st Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets – Disbanded.
1st Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets disbanded and 2nd & 3rd Battalions, The Royal Green Jackets renumbered as 1st and 2nd Battalions, The Royal Green Jackets and merged with members of the old 1st Battalion.