15 (UK) PSYOPS GROUP - Volunteers - formerly 15 (UK) Information Support Group (Volunteers)  


LINK:  http://www.army.mod.uk/15psyops/index.htm

Official approved colour patch for the 15 (UK) PSYOPS GROUP. Patch is light olive green 2 inch square, bound in black and with a black stag's head in profile above black Roman numerals XV. Badge mounted on velcro - worn on the right sleeve,  4 inches from the shoulder seam.

KFOR SFOR 15 (UK) INFORMATION SUPPORT GROUP Dealers special - patch made up following vehicle formation sign observation



 A recent version of the unnoffical / unauthorised Dealer special circa 2006/2007





The Tri-Service organisation with personnel drawn from a variety of disciplines and from both Regular and Reserve Forces.


SFOR / KFOR T-shirt unit  embroidered logo - morale unnoficial item on clothing

Large sized subdued patch worn on combat uniform


Current smaller version of the subdued cloth patch - Afghanistan / Iraq


2009 Desert version British PSYOPS unit Afghanistan 

Late 2012 the new multicam version was acquired   


BRITISH ARMY Restructure - 2020


The Security Assistance Group 

A revised structure for the British Army was issued in 2012 ( that will take years to become effective).  Within the structure a proposed newly created Security Assistance Group

that will pull together the soft effect capabilities of the Military Stabilisation Support Group, 15 Psychological Operations Group and potentially the Media Operations Group was envisioned.


In 2015, however, the SAG was renamed 77 Brigade.


77 Brigade

The 77th Brigade is a British Army formation, created in January 2015 under the Army 2020 concept. It is the renaming of the Security Assistance Group which was created under the Army 2020 concept and is fully operational in April 2015

British Army Intelligence Corps

3 (Volunteer) Military Intelligence Battalion  - 24 (V) MI Company - Combat Intelligence (COMBAT INT)

24 (V) MI Coy - 24 Coy also provide specialist support to the Defence Intelligence Staff (DIS), HUMINT operations and Psychological Operations (PSYOPS).


British Royal Marines


30 Commando Information Exploitation Group Royal Marines

Achieving major unit status in 2000,  it is now a multifunctional "information regiment" of some 465 personnel, though during operations this figure increases significantly as additional units are taken under command.  The unit is designed to achieve information superiority within assigned battlespace by all available means, and contribute to component and joint information activity in order to enable 3 Commando Brigade operations. 

30 Commando fuses and links Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) to provide broad understanding of an operational environment and the enemy.  This is combined with Information Operations, including Electronic Warfare and Psychological Operations to achieve effect on the minds of target audiences.  In addition, the Unit maintains it’s traditional enabling role; providing communications, IT and Life Support to the Brigade HQ.


British Army Media Operations




 Territorial Army Pool of Professional Public Information Officers - TAPPIO


Army Media Operations Group (Volunteers) unit logo