Queen's Own Highlanders

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The amalgamation of the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders and the Seaforth Highlanders in 1961

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Queens Own Highlanders, Edinburgh 1970 Commonwealth Games British Army Uniform, British Soldier, Mackenzie Tartan, Scotland Culture, British Armed Forces, Khaki Jacket, Highland Games, Men In Kilts, Highlanders

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Probably taken at the bus station during the 1986 Commonwealth Games where they provided a guard of honour. The men in khaki jackets wear no2 dress and the others No1 dress highland . Kilts are MacKenzie tartan (Seaforth) The regiment was an amalgamation in 1961 of the Seaforth Highlanders and the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. This regiment was in turn amalgamated with the Gordon Highlanders to form the Highlanders. The rifle is the SLR FN.

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Colour party in dress highland with cased colour. Kilt is Mackenzie tartan. note the various other Army bands in the background Mackenzie Tartan, Army Band, British Army Uniform, British Armed Forces, Men In Kilts, Highlanders, Military History, Edinburgh, Scotland

Queens Own Highlanders, Edinburgh 1986 (6) Colour Escourt

Colour party in No1 dress highland with cased colour. The regiment provided support and guards of honour. Kilt is Mackenzie tartan. note the various other Army bands in the background

Amalgamation Day Bn Seaforth Highlanders (UK) rebadging to Queen's Own Highlanders Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, British Army Regiments, Highlanders, Show Us, Kilts, Scottish Highlands, Vintage Photos

Show us your Vintage Kilt Photos - Page 54

It was brought up in an earlier thread that as the vintage photos seem to be very popular we should have a sticky for people to show their personal vintage photos or vintage photos they have found on-line,so here it is, this really is an example of how things can work around here if you the members come up with an idea let us know, we will talk it through and if the idea has merit then this is what happens. A few ground rules for this thread. Rules 1. You are welcome to post as many…

The Colours of the Queen's Own Highlanders (nearest the camera) and the Gordons are carried by junior officers and guarded by Colour sergeants with The Commanding Officers of the two regiments stand together between the Colour Parties. Highlanders, Scottish Highlands, Two By Two, Army, Military, Colours, Kilts, Scotland, Queens

The Colours of the Queen's Own Highlanders (nearest the camera) and the Gordons are carried by junior officers and guarded by Colour sergeants with SA80s. The Commanding Officers of the two regiments stand together between the Colour Parties. Amalgamation 1994

A COLLECTION OF SHOULDER BELT PLATES RELATING TO THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS AND THE QUEEN'S OWN HIGHLANDERS British Army Uniform, British Soldier, Badges, Highlanders, Military History, Tartan, Celtic, Gallery Wall, Victorian

A COLLECTION OF SHOULDER BELT PLATES RELATING TO THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS AND THE QUEEN'S OWN HIGHLANDERS

Two soldiers of the Queen's Own Highlanders on guard in the Seria oilfield. The troops were in Seria to rescue European hostages who had been held prisoner by rebels for three days in the local police station. Highlands Warrior, Local Police Station, Photo Record, World Conflicts, Troops, Soldiers, Highlanders, Scottish Highlands, British Army

THE BRITISH ARMY IN BRUNEI, JANUARY 1963

TR 18603. Two soldiers of the Queen's Own Highlanders on guard in the Seria oilfield. The troops were in Seria to rescue European hostages who had been held prisoner by rebels for three days in the local police station