Horse artillery


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that portion of the artillery in which the cannoneers are mounted, and which usually serves with the cavalry; flying artillery.

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Standing in a state review Land Rover, the Queen was driven passed the massed ranks of the King's Troop Royal Artillery - formed in October 1947 at the request of the King who wanted a troop of horse artillery to take part in the great ceremonies of state.
Standing in a state review Land Rover, the Queen was driven past the massed ranks of the King's Troop Royal Artillery - formed in October, 1947, at the request of the King, who wanted a troop of horse artillery to take part in the great ceremonies of state.
In Hyde Park at noon 41 volleys in honour of the Queen's birthday were fired by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery.
Royal gun salutes echoed across the capital, fired by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery and the Honourable Artillery Company.
More than 200 soldiers from the 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery will march through Hexham in Northumberland today.
Jean-Nicholas-Auguste Noil, an artillery officer in NapoleonAEs army, was 18 years old in 1796 when he was appointed second lieutenant in the 8th Regiment of Horse Artillery.
QI LIVE in South London near where the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery is based.
He had a jumper commemorating D-Day and two signs claiming he served in the 7th Parachute Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery.
The Authority (Leidos Supply Ltd) has a requirement for equine saddlery and harness products to support the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) and King~s Troop Royal Horse Artillery (KT RHA) for high profile state and ceremonial occasions.
The Household Division Bands and Corps of Drums also took part, as did the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery.
Billy is a larger than life character who served several years with the army in the Royal Horse Artillery.