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111 South African Infantry Battalion

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111 Battalion (111 BN) [Afr: 111 Suid-Afrikaanse Infanteriebataljon] was established in 1977 at Amsterdam in the Eastern Transvaal as one of nine regional African battalions to train black soldiers, each with a particular ethnic identity, which would serve under regional SADF commands. 111 SA Battalion were recruited from the self-governing territory of KaNgwane, where the SADF itself maintained a base. it resorted under the command of Eastern Transvaal Command which was based in Nelspruit, and was responsible for patrolling the border between Swaziland and South Africa. 111 Battalion was disbanded around 1999.


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Dudley Wall
on 7 August

RE: 111 South African Infantry Battalion

111 SA Infantry Battalion...

YearNumber of members on Roll Of Honour
1994
1
TOTAL:
1
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