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  • concussion
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    Originally posted by DeV
    3 AD is in Limerick which is part of Southern Brigade.
    Yes, but we are in a position to cover the western side of the country as well as being close to Shannon. Not that it matters much, we're not a big country to start with.

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  • DeV
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    Originally posted by ackack
    As far as i know, 1 ad bty = midlands (PDF, Curragh)
    2 ad bty = East (RDF, Dublin)
    3 ad bty = West (RDF, Limerick)
    4 ad bty = south (RDF, Cork)

    These are just territories(not spelt right, i know), but docman would be right in saying that we're positioned close to possible targets.
    3 AD is in Limerick which is part of Southern Brigade.

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  • Bosco
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    Cant be that it would make too much sense for the army to do that!

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  • ackack
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    As far as i know, 1 ad bty = midlands (PDF, Curragh)
    2 ad bty = East (RDF, Dublin)
    3 ad bty = West (RDF, Limerick)
    4 ad bty = south (RDF, Cork)

    These are just territories(not spelt right, i know), but docman would be right in saying that we're positioned close to possible targets.

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  • Docman
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    Originally posted by The Prisoner
    I was looking at the new flashes on www.rdfra.ie

    Does anyone know why there are two Air Defence units in the south, one in the east and none in the west?
    2 Batteries in East (1 RDF & 1 PDF) = Dublin Airport and Baldonnel
    2 In South = Cork and Shannon airports.

    West has what.... Knock?

    Just a guess.

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  • The Prisoner
    started a topic Air Defence Location Question

    Air Defence Location Question

    I was looking at the new flashes on www.rdfra.ie

    Does anyone know why there are two Air Defence units in the south, one in the east and none in the west?
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