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Orange Free State Command

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Orange Free State Command - (3 members)

Originally Military District No. 4, formed in 1926, it became the Orange Free State Command in 1933-1934, and then may have become Central Command around 1939. In 1959 the Command was renamed back to Orange Free State Command and formed one of the ten regional SADF commands, which, with the Walvis Bay Military Area, made up the Territorial Force. Based in Bloemfontein, it was responsible for the security of the region, forming the primary level of command for military operations in support of the Police. It also provided logistic, administrative and service support to units and formations operating in its area of responsibility.


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From 1968

Orange Free State Command - (3 members)

Originally Military District No. 4, formed in 1926, it became the Orange Free State Command in 1933-1934, and then may have become Central Command around 1939. In 1959 the Command was renamed back to Orange Free State Command and formed one of the ten regional SADF commands, which, with the Walvis Bay Military Area, made up the Territorial Force. Based in Bloemfontein, it was responsible for the security of the region, forming the primary level of command for military operations in support of the Police. It also provided logistic, administrative and service support to units and formations operating in its area of responsibility.


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YearNumber of members on Roll Of Honour
1976
2
1980
1
1982
1
TOTAL:
4



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