The Queen's Own Hussars
The following two years saw the Regiment blown to the four corners of the globe, with independent squadrons serving in Singapore, Hong Kong, Maresfield and cyprus. The Queen's Own Hussars converted back to being an armoured regiment in 1970, and were posted to Hohne as part of the 7th Armoured Brigade for rour years in which time they completed two tours of Northern Ireland, one in armoured cars and the latter on foot. In 1974 they relocated to Bovington for two years, then Detmold for seven years puntuated by another two tours of Northern Ireland, returning to England in 1983.
Their final move as a complete regiment was was out to Hohne in 1985, from where they completed a United Nations tour of Cyprus in 1990, and in 1993, shortly before there amalgamation they had two large indipendent squadrons, one as armoured reconnaissance in Cyprus and the other as the Maze prison guard force in Northern Ireland.