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227 Provost Company RMP on parade
at Piazza Oberdan with Palace of Justice in the background

Courtesy of George O'Connor

Courtesy of Cyril Fowler
Amalgamation Parade of the 1st and 2nd Battalions Kings Own Regiment
at SanSabba Stadium St George's Day, 23rd April 1949. Brigadier J.A. Hardy, CBE MC, the Colonel of the Regiment, salutes as the Escort to the Colours march past.
The right hand man of the front rank is CSM Joe Heath.
Maj Gen Luckock CB CMG DSO, Colonel of the Kings Own, presents new Colours to Lt A Church
at San Sabba Stadium, 25th July 1947.
From L to R: Rev Newman, Maj J Wickham, Lt G Former (Kings Colour). Maj Gen Luckock, Lt Church (Regt Colours), Lt Col WVH Robins DSO, Maj NS Gribbon and Rev Howard.

Courtesy of Cyril Fowler

Courtesy of David Clayton
The Kings Own Regiment marching in Trieste
on St George's Day 1946 with Red Rose above cap badge.
Led by RSM Remington, followed by Major David Clayton.
Maj Gen Edmund B Sebree, CG TRUST,
inspecting North Stafford Regiment at Rossetti Barracks.

Courtesy of J. Manning

Courtesy of J. Manning
Maj Gen Edmund B Sebree, CG TRUST,
as he was saluting the Colours of North Stafford Regiment, Rossetti Barracks.
The London Scottish Trooping the Colours
in 1946 at the Rossetti Barrcks, Trieste. The first regiment of the CMF to do so overseas. George Tidey is there, somewhere in the ranks.

Courtesy of George Tidey

Courtesy of Albert Fletcher
"B" Company 1st Kings Own
with the OC, Maj Leahy centre and Albert Fletcher extreme left front row.
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