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soldiersStirling 2008 Veterans Day
The city of Stirling, in Scotland, UK, hosted its Veterans Day Parade with a march from Stirling Castle through the town centre to Kings Park, under the gaze of Stirling Castle.
The Golden Lions, Scotland’s only professional parachute display team, two of whom trailed a huge Saltire Scottish Flag, dropped in for a visit and despite gusting winds, managed to drop on target.
This was the 100th anniversary of the TA (UK Territorial Army) and soldiers from 51 (Scottish) Brigade provided us with a magnificent demonstration of a Section Attack

paradeStirling 2008 Remembrance Parade
The City of Stirling is dominated by Stirling Castle, the most strategically important castle in Scottish history. Near the Castle is the magnificent church of the Holy Rude. On Remembrance Sunday, 9 November 2008, a Remembrance Service took place at Holy Rude to honour our military personnel who lost their lives
The service at the War Memorial was taken by the Rev. Ian Paterson, the Interim Moderator of the Church of the Holy Rude. The most senior (by rank and serving) soldier on parade was Colonel A. Taverner, the Deputy Commander 51st (Scottish) Brigade.

     

 

  

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