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1st Battalion boarding ship on their way to UK, 1962
Her Majesty presenting the Royal Pipe Banners for both Battalions at Buckingham Palace 27 June 1962. Field Marshal Lord Harding can be seen on the right beyond the second Pipe Major.
Her Majesty accompanied by Lt Col WB Standbridge OBE 1st Battalion inspects the parade in the gardens of Buckingham Palace June 1962
Her Majesty accompanied by Major General Geoffrey Bruce, Chairman of the Association, speaks to retired officers of the Regiment after the parade.
One of the two Pipe Banners presented by Her Majesty.
The Pipes and Drums at Buckingham Palace, 1964
Map Malaya and Borneo 1948-1968
General Sir Walter Walker KCB CBE DSO** Dato Seri Seti (CO 1st Battalion 1951-1954) was the Director of Operations in Borneo
Major Harke Rai 1st Battalion in the jungle
Map Hong Kong 1948-1977
The new Colonel of the Regiment 1961 – Major General JAR Robertson CB CBE DSO
2nd Battalion British Officers, Hong Kong 1963
The Wallace Memorial Trophy presented to the 2nd Battalion in memory of Lieutenant Hugh Wallace killed in action in Borneo 1963
The 14th/20th badge (Prussian Eagle) as worn by all ranks from 1963
Major Jack Keen, coach SSgt Burgess APTC and the 2nd Battalion Olympic boxers Bhimbahadur Gurung, Namsing Thapa, Omparsad Pun and Ramparsad Gurung
The Nepal team at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Front rank: Major Jack Keen second left. Second: SSgt Burgess on left, Omparsad third left and Ramparsad (only an ear showing) behind Major Keen. Third: Bhimbahadur on left and Namsing (only half face) third left
Capt (QGO) Amarbahadur Gurung 2nd Battalion with Lt Col Frazer and the 14th/20th Guidon Party 1965
Major PBH Robeson’s C Company 2nd Battalion and the Assault Pioneer Platoon built this bridge at Salilaran, Borneo.
On patrol in Borneo 1965. Wearing the beret is a local Border Scout.