1808 - 2nd Bn 43rd and 1st Bn 52nd, with Sir John Moore's Army, reached Cambeeros.
1916 –2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – FONTAINE-SUR-MAYE.
2nd Division Sports etc. on the Bois Grambus and Nozelle Grounds.
Winner of Boxing, Light Weight Pte Smith (A Company).
Best Turnout Limbered General Service Wagon and pair Light Draught Horses, Silver Cup, Pte Bunning.
Best Turnout General Service Wagon and pair Heavy Draught Horses. Pte Weaving.
The Regiment was also second in the Relay Race.
The Deputy Chaplain General, The Right Reverend: Bishop Gwynne, D D visited the Regiment and took a voluntary evening service, where everyone in the Regiment who could find room was present.
1916 – 1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion – BRESLE.
Battn in Billets. –
Church Parades & Inspections
1944 – 1st Bucks Bn – Holland
On the 31st December the Composite Company moved off under the command of Major Brocklehurst, with Captain Eyles, officer commanding support platoon, in charge of the armoured cars. No one was told at the time exactly what their role would be, but it was later discovered that it consisted of holding part of the line under No. 4 Special Service Commando Brigade opposite the Scheldt estuary, with the Germans still entrenched on the opposite island of Schouwen en Duiveland.
1965 – 2359 hrs The Regiment ceased to be known as 1st Green Jackets, (43rd & 52nd).
1966 – January 1st – 0001 hrs – Became 1st Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets (43rd & 52nd)