Headquarters Wales was a district command of the British Army from 1972 and 1991.
|Garrison/HQ||The Barracks, Brecon|
In 1972 the district was established with headquarters at The Barracks, Brecon and placed under the command of HQ UK Land Forces. In 1991, the first of the minor districts to be amalgamated were North West District, the former West Midlands District (by then Western District) and Wales, to form a new Wales and Western District. It was disbanded again on the formation of HQ Land Command in 1995.
General officers commanding included:
- 1972–1973 Major-General John Woodrow
- 1973–1976 Major-General Peter Leuchars
- 1976–1978 Major-General John Graham
- 1978–1980 Major-General Arthur Stewart-Cox
- 1980–1983 Major-General Lennox Napier
- 1983–1985 Major-General Peter Chiswell
- 1985–1987 Major-General Peter de la Billière
- 1987–1990 Major-General Morgan Llewellyn
- 1990–1991 Major-General Peter Davies
Wales and Western District
- Paxton, J. (1972). The Statesman's Year-Book 1972-73: The Encyclopaedia for the Businessman-of-The-World. Palgrave Macmillan UK. p. 104. ISBN 978-0-230-27101-2.
- Beevor, Antony (1991). Inside the British Army. Transworld Publishers. p. 232. ISBN 978-0552138185.
- "Land Command Shapes Up", Jane's Defence Weekly, 15 July 1995.
- "Army Commands". Archived from the original (PDF) on 31 March 2019. Retrieved 2 July 2016.