The 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers was formed in 1968 from the uniting of four separate battalions but can trace its history back to 1668.
What does SEP BN stand for?
SEP BN stands for Separate Battalion
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Syringe Exchange Program
- System Engineering Process
- System Enhancement Program (US Army M1A2 tank)
- System Enhancement Proposal
- System Evaluation Plan
- Systematic Evaluation Program
- Systems Engineering Plan
- Systems Engineering Process
- Systems Enhancement Program
- Separate Brigade
- Special Experimental Projects No 14 Innovative Contracting (highway project contract evaluation, FHWA)
- Separate-Echelons Above Corps
- Simplified Employee Plan - Individual Retirement Account
- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials from Median Nerve
- Strand Exchange Protein 1
- Safety and Emergency Preparedness Analysis
- Sasebo Event Promotions Association (Sasebo, Nagasaki, Japan)
- Scottish Environment Protection Agency (statutory body)
- Senior Ensign Present Afloat (Nautical)
- Servicio de Protección Agropecuaria (Central America)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Separate battalion command CSL boards are held for operations support and for maneuver, fires, and effects.
The personnel belonging to separate battalions of Manipur Police and Indian Reserve Battalion (IRB) were escorting vehicles carrying essential items from Jiribam when the disaster struck.
Camp Liberty (formally Camp Victory North) was home to the DMAIN, three brigade combat teams, five separate battalions, and a host of garrison activities.
Although they will retain their original titles, most of them will become separate battalions of "new" regiments.
She said the announcement by Secretary of State Geoff Hoon that the West Yorkshire-based regiment will retain its traditions and identity as a separate battalion within the new regiment was good news.
The engineer general-service regiment and separate battalion were units that performed general engineer support functions for the corps and divisions, mainly road construction and maintenance.