|Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia)|
|Part of||25 (Close Support) Engineer Group|
|Motto(s)||Ich Dien (I Serve)|
Quo Fas et Gloria Ducunt (Where Duty and Glory Lead)
|March||Wings (Regimental March, Royal Engineers)Ap Jenkyn (Regimental Quick March)|
|Royal Honorary Colonel||The Duke of Gloucester|
|Honorary Colonel||Major-General D Davies|
|Arm Badge||Militia Flash|
The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) (R MON RE(M)) is the most senior regiment in the British Army Reserve, having given continuous loyal service to the crown since 1539. It is part of the reserve forces, and is the only remaining Militia unit in the British Army.
The regiment is also unusual in having the word Royal appear twice in its name. It gained the first "Royal" in 1804 when it was known as the Monmouth and Brecon Militia. The second was acquired in 1877 when the regiment transferred from an infantry unit into a Special Reserve section of the expanding Royal Engineers.
- Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers, in Monmouth
- Regimental Headquarters Troop, at Monmouth Castle
- 100 Field Squadron, in Cwmbran, Bristol, and Cardiff
- 108 (Welsh) Field Squadron, in Swansea
- 225 Field Squadron, in Birmingham
- Jersey Field Squadron (Royal Militia of the Island of Jersey), in St Helier
- Engineer and Logistic Staff Corps
- Nottingham Band, Royal Engineers
Order of precedence
Corps of Army Music
|Order of Precedence||Succeeded by|
Honourable Artillery Company
- "The Regimental Archive of the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia)". Monmouth Castle. Retrieved 31 December 2011.
- "Corps of Royal Engineers, Volunteer Regiments". Archived from the original on 22 September 2007. Retrieved 31 August 2012.
- "About us". Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers. Retrieved 15 June 2018.
- "Royal Engineers Units". British Army. Retrieved 15 August 2019.
- "The Castle and Regimental Museum". Monmouth Castle Museum. Retrieved 31 December 2011.
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