This infantry regiment was formed in 2006 by merging the Royal Regiment of Wales and the Royal Welch Fusiliers. Since then, it has served on several deployments including the recent conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
This foot guard regiment was formed in 1915. As well as guarding the monarch and carrying out ceremonial duties, it has served on active deployments with the British Army for over a century.
This unit is the senior regiment of the line in the British Army. It was formed in 1959 as an armoured reconnaissance regiment by merging two existing dragoon guards regiments.
This British Army infantry unit was formed in 1689 and primarily recruited in North Wales. Throughout its long history, it served in many campaigns. In 2006, it was merged into The Royal Welsh.
This British Army infantry unit was formed in 1969. It served in several operations until 2006, when it was merged into The Royal Welsh.
This British Army infantry unit was formed in 1689. It served for 280 years until 1969, when it was merged into The Royal Regiment of Wales.
This British Army infantry unit was raised in 1758. It continued in service until 1881, when it was amalgamated into The Welsh Regiment.
This British Army infantry unit was raised in 1719. It continued in service until 1881, when it was amalgamated into The Welsh Regiment.
Few British soldiers have a greater legend attached to them than Colonel TE Lawrence - better known as Lawrence of Arabia.
This infantry unit was created in 1881 and recruited in Camarthenshire, Glamorganshire and Pembrokeshire. It existed until 1969 when it became part of The Royal Regiment of Wales.
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