The regiment was formed in the Royal Corps of Transport in 1967 with two transport squadrons. In the 1980s it was redesignated 152 (Ulster) Ambulance Regiment, and transferred into the Royal Logistics Corps in 1993 as 152 (Ulster) Ambulance Regiment. In 1999 it acquired a third squadron from 157th Transport Regiment and was put under the administrative control of the Army Medical Services. In 2006 it re-roled as a transport regiment and was transferred back to Royal Logistic Corps control, returning an ambulance squadron to 157th Transport Regiment and acquiring a newly raised third transport squadron.
- 211 Transport Squadron (1967 to date) - Based in Caw Camp, Londonderry.
- 220 Transport Squadron (1967 to date) - Based in Palace Barracks, Holywood previously Ava Barracks, Sunnyside Street TA Centre prior to 2006.
- 227 HQ Squadron.
- 400 Transport Squadron (2006 to date) - Based in Palace Barracks, Holywood previously Ava Barracks, Sunnyside Street TA Centre prior to 2006.
- 580 Transport Squadron (1999 to 2006) - Based in Maindy Barracks, Cardiff and now with 157 Transport Regiment.
- 931 (Ulster) Company, Royal Army Service Corps (TA) (1947 to 1967).
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