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HQ 16 Parachute Brigade was amalgamated with 216 Parachute Signal Squadron to form the integrated 6th Field Force HQ and Signal Squadron. Reorganisation, an increase in inter-service personnel intake and the withdrawal of their maroon beret over the following two years cemented their new role.
Independent squadrons were to be identified by a three figure number; the first figure to be a '2'. On 1 September 1959, 16th Independent Parachute Brigade Group Signal Squadron changed its title to 216 Signal Squadron (Parachute Brigade Group).
In October 1991, 215 Signal Squadron was re-designated as 216 Parachute Signal Squadron. In June 1999, as part of 5 Airborne Brigade, the squadron was amongst the first NATO troops into Kosovo during the Kosovo War.
216 Parachute Signal Squadron marched onto Red Square, Arnhem Barracks on 1 April 1977 for the last time. Major CDA Blessington addressed the Squadron before they departed the parade square for the last time. Shortly afterwards, a new unit 6th Field Force HQ and Signal Squadron marched back onto the same square, under its new RSM WO1 T R Gainford.