As part of a major restructuring of the Yorkshire Regiment, the 3rd Battalion (Duke of Wellington) Regiment, which has its roots in Halifax, will be axed.
The decision comes after the Government said the regiment must reduce by one battalion, leaving only two, which will simply be known as the 1st and 2nd battalions.
Crowds have been welcoming the 3rd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment home at a parade in Warminster after their recent tour in Afghanistan. For more click here.
The 3rd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment will parade through Warminster today as they are officially welcomed home from Afghanistan. They'll be missing 9 of their comrades who were killed in action.
A group of Humberside Police Officers and staff from Hull are setting off a 358 mile bike ride today to raise money for the 3rd Battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment. They'll be setting off from Warminster at 9am and they are heading all the way to Hull after a quick stop in London.
If all goes to plan the troop of cyclists will finish up at the KC Stadium just in time to join the Hull City v Barnsley match on Sunday afternoon.
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There are "harmonies ahead of a homecoming" from the military wives whose husbands are serving in Afghanistan
After a particularly tough tour for the third battalion the Yorkshire regiment - nine of it's personnel have been killed - the soldiers are due back home by the end of the month.
And their other halves have been preparing to welcome them back in style. Ben Erlam reports.
Labour MP and former paratrooper, Dan Jarvis, is to host a special performance of the Military Wives Choir of 3 YORKS today in the Speaker's Apartments in the Houses of Parliament.
It will be the first time that the Military Wives Choir of 3 YORKS have performed live in parliament and the event will be attended by the classical music group Amore who recently performed at the Classical Brit Awards at the Royal Albert Hall.
The 3rd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment will march through Huddersfield in a homecoming parade today. Around 170 of them will be involved. In March, five of their unit were killed in the deadliest attack on British troops in Afghanistan since 2001.