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Unit History: Royal Highland Fusiliers

Royal Highland Fusiliers
The Royal Highland Fusiliers was formed in 1959 after the Highland Light Infantry and the Royal Scots Fusiliers amalgamated. It has been awarded over 200 honours in battle. This dates from Blenheim in 1704 to service in the Gulf War.
The regiment can be distinguished from other British regiments, as members carry three colours on parade. The uniform contains the Queen’s and regimental colours. The uniform also has the Assaye Colour, which was awarded to the regiment after the Battle of Assaye in East Indida in 1803.
In 2006, the regiment amalgamated with all Scottish divisions in the British Army to form the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Memories of Royal Highland Fusiliers

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

Royal Highland Fusiliers, in 1985

Written by Dicky Parker

seeing all the sweaties,faces when during the bn boxing finals,after each round/bout the round number was carried by one off 2 girls scantly clad.

Royal Highland Fusiliers, acomp 1st batt in 1972

Written by maria flynn

Not really a memory but my dad served in singapore 1972, and i was born in anzuk military hospital april 7th 1972,would love anyone who was there or knows my dad Edward flynn to get in touch with any stories or photos ,there was 1 photo that has been lost its of my dad and a fellow fusilier holding myself and their baby it was taken in singapore both me and the other baby were about 3/4 mths old,i think the other fusiliers nickname was hissy??? would love to here from anyone who recalls anything,also my godfather was there in singapore his name was pat mooney who im trying also to find as dad is 60yrs next year and want a bit of a do, any info appreciated xx
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Active From: 1959 - Present

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