1804 - 43rd - joined Sir John Moore's Brigade at Shorncliffe.
1815 – 52nd – Reached Enghien (Waterloo Campaign)
1917 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – ROCLINCOURT CAMP.
The Regiment was employed on Working Parties chiefly round WILLERVAL NORTH STRONG POINT and in TOMMY TRENCH.
1917 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – 2 COYS RESERVE LINE
2 COYS BEAUMETZ and BATTN HQ.
And OUTPOST LINE K26Central to K14c3.9
Battn in Reserve & In Line –
The battalion relieved the 1/5th GLOSTERS in the Line.
C Coy on the Left. B Coy on the Right. A Coy in Forward Reserve. D Coy in Reserve
Relief was carried out without interruption.
Ration Strength: 19 Officers 574 OR.
1918 - Battle of the Piave; 1/4th Bn Oxf & Bucks LI and 1/1st Bucks Bns engaged on the Asiago Plateau (Italy) in meeting the great Austrian offensive.
1944 - 2nd (Airborne) Bn, Oxf & Bucks LI – ST COME.
Letter B Coy snipers had a good day on patrol and accounted for at least 4 enemy dead. Prisoners of War captured in BREVILLE area identified as being from 4 Coy 857 Regt (under command 711 Infantry Div).
1968 – 1st Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets (43rd & 52nd) – The subsidiary titles of the three regular battalions of the Regiment were dropped leaving the battalion with the title of:- 1st Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets.
It would however keep alive the traditions of the 43rd & 52nd such as Serjeant with the “J”, the Regimental Serjeant Majors white bow tie and “Letter – Company” etc until 1992 when the battalion was disbanded on the reduction of the Regiment (RGJ) to two battalions.