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Livingston based, 278 (Lowland) Battery Royal Artillery Flag Raising
November 5, 2014

Livingston based, 278 (Lowland) Battery Royal Artillery Flag Raising

Livingston based, 278 (Lowland) Battery Royal Artillery opened its doors to visitors and guests at their  Flag Raising Major Chris Maher, Battery Commander of 278 Battery Royal Artillery, was proud to announce the official Flag Raising of the first Royal Artillery Battery to be established in Scotland in over 20 years.  The flag was raised by Mr Graeme Morrice, MP for Livingston, following a parade into Beveridge Square, Army Reserve Centre, by the Pipe...

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24 (Irish) Battery - Larkhill Families Day
October 29, 2014

24 (Irish) Battery - Larkhill Families Day

24 (Irish) Battery who are based at Larkhill Garrison - the home of the Royal Regiment - held a Display Day on the 25th October.  It was a great day, great displays from the Young Gunners and a warm welcome from Battery Staff.  Please see head to our Gallery

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The Welsh Gunners bid Farewell
October 29, 2014

The Welsh Gunners bid Farewell

Soldiers from 39th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Welsh Gunners) exercised the honour of the Freedom of Hexham for the last time before it disbands early next year.  History was made when 39th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Welsh Gunners) exercised the honour of the Freedom of Hexham for the last time before it disbands early next year. The Welsh Gunners have been based at Albemarle Barracks, Harlow Hill, since 1995 and during that time strong connections have b...

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ARMY TRAINING CENTRE PIRBRIGHT SAY FAREWELL TO 76 BATTERY ROYAL ARTILLERY
October 20, 2014

ARMY TRAINING CENTRE PIRBRIGHT SAY FAREWELL TO 76 BATTERY ROYAL ARTILLERY

  The Band of the Royal Logistic Corps along with the Pipe and Drums of 19th Regiment Royal Artillery lead the way as the flag of 76 (Maudes) Battery Royal Artillery was lowered for the very last time at a ceremonial parade which was held today (Friday) at Army Training Centre Pirbright. Commanding Officer, 2 Army Training Regt, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Blakesley MBE (Duke of Lancasters’) reflected that, “This is a poignant day for the Regiment, as...

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