Royal Scots Greys


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Royal Scots Greys

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(Military) the Royal Scots Greys (formerly) a British cavalry regiment, the Second Dragoons. Also known as: the Greys or the Scots Greys
[C17: from their grey uniforms]
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Nicknamed the Royal Scots Greys due to the colour of their horses, they travelled through the Cairngorms to try and boost troop numbers 85 years ago.
Walker later graduated from the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, and was commissioned into the Royal Scots Greys.
With his steelworker father James in the Royal Scots Greys during the Second World War, he was raised by mum Elsie.
With his steelworker father James in the Royal Scots Greys during World War II, he was raised by mum Elsie.
The parents of Trooper William McKeich, Royal Scots Greys, and Pte Robert Ross, 9th Gordon Highlanders, lived in Trossachs Road.
His journey begins in Fife at the base of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, formerly The Royal Scots Greys.
But when the Second World War broke out Albert found himself initially with the Yorkshire Hussars, working with horses, before he was transferred to another cavalry regiment, the Royal Scots Greys.
In the early days of World War Two, Edward had served as a part-time auxiliary fireman in addition to his mill job, but left both occupations to join up with the Royal Scots Greys regiment and became a wireless operator in a Sherman tank.
He was born in 1944 after education at Eton and served with the Royal Scots Greys before joining the SAS.
For me reconnect He said: "I was a member of the Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers, or REME for short, which were attached to the Royal Scots Greys. ""It was our job to repair the tanks and equipment of the armoured regiments.
For the Royal Navy it was individual seniority but for the Army the awards were in regimental order of precedence with the senior regiment to appear being the 2nd Dragoons (the Royal Scots Greys).
Fitzgeorge-Parker served as a major in the Royal Scots Greys during World War II and was awarded the Military Cross in 1943 for his actions in leading a counter-attack during the Salerno landings.

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