1st Battalion Parachute Regiment

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Daily Telegraph
Colonel Eric Woodmanlocally. He served in the ranks for 20 months and, in April 1941, he was commis
Colonel Eric Woodman
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
locally. He served in the ranks for 20 months and, in April 1941, he was commissioned into the Queen’s Own Royal West Kent Regiment (QORWKR). Throughout the Second World War he served with 7 Para, seeing action in the Ardennes in the winter... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Watch shocking moment two paratroopers attack defenceless manthe Army for around 11 years, serving in Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan
Watch shocking moment two paratroopers attack defenceless man
Daily Mirror / Posted 21 days ago
the Army for around 11 years, serving in Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan, and is currently a Lance Corporal in the 1st Battalion, the Parachute Regiment. Mr Elias said: "He was going through a very difficult divorce and a very difficult... Read more
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walesonline
Watch two soldiers punch, kick and stamp on a man after a night outthe Army for around 11 years, serving in Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan
Watch two soldiers punch, kick and stamp on a man after a night out
walesonline / Posted 21 days ago
the Army for around 11 years, serving in Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan, and is currently a lance corporal in the 1st Battalion of the Parachute Regiment. Mr Elias said: “He was going through a very difficult divorce and a very difficult... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
Philly Street Named After 'Band of Brothers' Vetin South Philadelphia on April 28, in 1923, Guarnere was a non-commissioned off
Philly Street Named After 'Band of Brothers' Vet
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 25 days ago
in South Philadelphia on April 28, in 1923, Guarnere was a non-commissioned officer with the legendary Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment in the 101st Airborne Division during World War II. Guarnere was six months... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Taxpayer bill for dogs of war and other military mascots revealedof Shantamon, the Wolfhound of the Irish Guards whose rations are simply listed
Taxpayer bill for dogs of war and other military mascots revealed
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
of Shantamon, the Wolfhound of the Irish Guards whose rations are simply listed as "dog food". On the mascot of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, Mr Lancaster explained: " As their traditional regimental mascot, an Indian black buck, is now an... Read more

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