Although we cannot endorse the content of external sites, those listed below have proved invaluable in researching the history of 60 Company.
60 Field Squadron RE 1970-75 Veterans Website. "Our site is used for keeping in touch with and seeking out old comrades and remembering those no longer with us. We put up photos of tours we have been on and the stuff we got up to. We use it to celebrate our annual reunions."
Royal Engineers Museum Website. "The Royal Engineers Museum and Library tell the story of the Corps of Royal Engineers and military engineering. It is a story about the Sappers and their courage, creativity and innovation".
British Army Website. "Find out about the history of the Corps, our unique role in the Army and careers information about the numerous trades within the Royal Engineers, from Resource Specialist to Design Draughtsman and Surveyor."
British Army Units 1945-on Locations and Dates. "The purpose of this site is to list all the locations and dates that the various units of the British Army have served at, home and abroad since the end of the second world war". Royal Engineers' page.
Wikipedia Website. The Royal Engineers entry on "the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit".