In addition, the website contains highlights from the history of the Oxfordshire Yeomanry (Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars) and details of its current descendant unit, 142 (QOOH) Vehicle Squadron RLC (part of 165 Port and Maritime Regiment RLC) based at Banbury Army Reserve Centre – the spiritual home of the QOOH.
Its objective is to promote the activities of the Oxfordshire Yeomanry Trust (OYT) and the Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars Association (QOOHA).
Welcome to the website of The Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars
and the Oxfordshire Yeomanry
Below are the cap badges worn by the various units of the QOOH and OY in the Reserve Forces of the British Army
Since its formation in 1798 the unit has undergone many changes from its original function of Cavalry, through the Royal Artillery, an infantry cadre, the Royal Signals and finally to the Royal Logistic Corps. With some changes, this has also required a change of cap-badge to coincide with their changes of role, either as a combatant or supporting unit.