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Walter Moore (Wattie) born on 8th January 1943 and died on 19th November 2010. 1019 viewsWalter enlisted in the RHF on the 8th May1963, at his ‘Passing out’ parade; he won 3 cups,
best at PT, LMG and SLR. He joined the RHF in Iserlohn on 18/9/63 and after a period of
continuation training he joined the Recce Platoon until he joined the Pipes, Drums and Bugles
in 1966. Walter travelled the world with the band, doing a three month tour of North America
and Canada in 1966 and again to America in 1968, a 10 day British trade fair in Buenos Aires,
Argentina and an interesting trip to Ajaccio in Corsica where they were billeted with the French
Foreign Legion. After tours in Northern Ireland from the start of the troubles, Walter left the 1st Bn
for Civilian Street in 1974 and he settled in Inverness, being actively involved in the RBL Inverness
branch Pipe Band where he worked his way up to Drum Major. Attending his funeral were former
comrades from the RHF, especially his P&D’s comrades along with the RBL Pipe band & members.
“Wattie” will be sadly missed by family and all that knew him.
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Cpl Robert McNamee Thompson 677 views27th July 1980

Aged 26 (A. Coy) Killed as his foot patrol approached a parked car at Moy Bridge near
Aughnacloy, the car contained a bomb. The bomb was detonated by remote control.

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
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Sgt Stuart 'Gus' Millar419 views31st August 2009

Gus joined the Mortar Platoon of 1st Battalion The Royal Highland Fusiliers. He moved to The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) as a mortar fire controller.

killed as a result of an explosion believed to have been caused by a rocket-propelled grenade when they were attacked by insurgents whilst patrolling on foot in Babaji District, Helmand Province

WE WILL REMEMBER THEM
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Fus Charles Brannan677 views26th January 2007

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Brigadier Ian Mackay, CBE, MC617 views10th March 2007

Brigadier Ian Mackay, CBE, MC

A&SH & RHF

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