Title: Bridging the Gap – A History of the 21st Construction Regiment, Royal Australian Engineers 1950-2000
Author: Grant, Bob (Major) and McKinley, Kylie
Condition: Near Mint
Edition: 1st Edition
Publication Date: 2002
Cover: Soft Cover without Dust Jacket – 171 pages
Comments: The history of the 21st Construction Regiment from 1950 to 2000.
The 21st Construction Regiment (21 CR) was a construction engineer regiment of the Australian Army Reserve. Part of the 5th Brigade, the regiment was formed in 1950 and was based in New South Wales where it provided support to the 2nd Division.
The regiment has contributed personnel to a number of operations including the Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands, Operation Slipper and Operation Astute. It also regularly supported the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program and provided assistance to the Australian community in times of natural disaster. The regiment was disbanded in 2013.
Lists the Commanding Officer, 2IC, RSM and camp by year