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An Xmas Carol: the Republic of Scotland Air Corps/RoScAC's first new aircraft

KAI/Lockheed Martin ‘Golden Eagle (s/n of No. 2 (Fìobha) Squadron, Poblachd na h-Alba Adhair an Airm (Republic of Scotland Air Corps/RoScAC); Leuchars Station, Fifeshire, Republic of Scotland, 2020 (Whif/Academy kit)

All Europe admired the ability of the Scots in the bloody business of war. Soldiers of fortune were one of Scotland’s first exports

Scotland the brave: Tough 'kilties' battled for Britain in WWI

Royal Seaforths and bulldog companion holding a trench while under fire from a German sniper,.

Tartan Spirit Harris Tweed suit in 'Airforce'                              …

Tartan Harris Tweed and Cashmere, all Made to Measure

38oz, 10.5" High engraved Air Force insignia whiskey decanter.  Makes for a unique military gift idea. Decanter  for whiskey, scotch, bourbon at Crystal Imagery.

Engraved Air Force Whiskey Scotch Decanter

Engraved Air Force whiskey, scotch, bourbon decanter is a unique military gift idea for retiring or promoted officer.

Information on The Scottish Register of Tartans     Royal Canadian Air Force Tartan

Information on The Scottish Register of Tartans Royal Canadian Air Force Tartan

Amazing vintage photos provide a vivid snapshot of working life for brave British women during World War Two | Mail Online

Jobs for the girls: Amazing vintage photographs provide a vivid snapshot of working life for British women during World War Two

Some women joined the Women's Royal Naval Service, freeing British sailors for combat duty by taking on home front jobs, like this WREN, an armorer at a Scottish Royal Air Force Base aiming a standard Lee-Enfield service rifle.

1ST BATTALION CAMERONIANS SCOTTISH RIFLES WESTERN FRONT 1914 - 1915 (Q 51587)   2nd Lieutenant L J Barley of the 1st Battalion, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), watching as a rifle grenade is prepared for firing from trenches at Grande Flamengrie Farm on the Bois Grenier sector of the line during February 1915.

Barley of the Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) watching as a rifle grenade is prepared for firing from trenches at Grande Flamengrie Farm on the Bois Grenier sector of the line during February 1915

Cameronians Full dress – type of uniform worn primarily for ceremonial occasions, particularly after the First World War when full dress had practically disappeared from the Army.  In 1947 No.1 dress for ceremonial occasions was introduced.

Cameronians Full dress – type of uniform worn primarily for ceremonial occasions, particularly after the First World War when full dress had practically disappeared from the Army. In 1947 dress for ceremonial occasions was introduced.

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