| 1967 - 2009|
| United Kingdom|
Royal Corps of Signals
| Support regular army
The 35th (South Midlands) Signal Regiment was a British Territorial Army regiment of the Royal Corps of Signals.
The Regiment consisted of five squadrons:Support Squadron
48 (City of Birmingham) Signal Squadron
58 (Staffordshire) Signal Squadron
89 (Warwickshire) Signal Squadron
95 (Shropshire Yeomanry) Signal Squadron
The regiment's squadrons were all based in the Midlands of England: The Regimental Headquarters and Support Squadron, in Coventry. 48 Signal Squadron in Birmingham; 58 Signal Squadron in Newcastle-under-Lyme; 89 Signal Squadron in Rugby; and 95 Signal Squadron is based in Shrewsbury. The Regiment was supported by a Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME) Light Aid Detachment (LAD). The LAD is responsible for maintaining and repairing the unit's vehicles and equipment, including its fleet of Land Rovers and the L85A2 rifle. Many members of the Regiment served alongside their regular counterparts on operations all over the world, including on Operation Herrick in Afghanistan and Operation TELIC in Iraq. The regiment provides support to the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps, and was part of 12 Signal Group.
35 (South Midlands) Signal Regiment Wikipedia
As a result of the strategic review of reserves it was announced on 28 April 2009 that the regiment was to be disbanded
The regiment's disbandment parade was held in Birmingham's Victoria Square on the morning of 28 September 2009.
48 (City of Birmingham) Signal Squadron continues in service with 37 Signal Regiment at Redditch, part of 2nd (National Communications) Signal Brigade