In September 1945, after having integrated the volunteers recruited at the time of the liberation of Belgium, the Belgian Commando Unit gets back home and joins
At that time, the Regiment comprises:
• an instruction centre (Citadel of Namur) ;
• a Commando training centre (Marche-les-Dames) ;
and later, a troop in Seilles.
As from 1950, the Commando Regiment is in charge of the training; initially for the Belgian Battalion of volunteers for KOREA, then for the reinforcements which will be sent there later on (Camp of Wartet).