10:52 am, Sat 10 Aug 2013
The region has said goodbye to one of its oldest army squadrons. 204 Signal Squadron is being disbanded as part of restructuring within the armed forces.
It has has been based at Catterick Garrison since 1924. Soldiers marked the end with a parade.
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5:33 pm, Fri 09 Aug 2013
Lt David Cummings from 204 Signal Squadron said his unit had a long association with Catterick Garrison, and it was a sad day to see its members separately posted elsewhere.
5:19 pm, Fri 09 Aug 2013
Friends and family have said goodbye to one of the North East's oldest army units. 204 Signal Squadron, based at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire, will be officially disbanded this year.
The men and women paraded for the final time, before being posted elsewhere.
The squadron has been at Catterick since 1924 but will cease to exist as part of restructuring within the armed forces.
The squadron returned from a tour of Afghanistan in April
The parade took place in front of their friends and family