CHKS01 The Guidon Party
A marching officer with drawn sword leads the Regimental Guidon (Cavalry Standard) Bearer flanked by 2 Staff Sergeants carrying L1A1 SLR’S with fixed bayonets. All are in No.3 Parade Dress (Warm Weather Ceremonial Uniform).
King & Country has decided to revisit these early sets of "The Royal Hong Kong Regiment On Parade" in an upgraded and improved way.
Special Note: After the Sino-British Joint Declaration of 1984 that gave Hong Kong back to China it was announced that the Regiment would be disbanded in 1995, two years before the handover. The Regimental Badge was a British Crown surmounting two Chinese Dragons atop a scroll with the latin motto: “Nulli Secundus in Oriente” (Second-to-none in the Orient).
THE ROYAL HONG KONG REGIMENT (The Volunteers) was a militia formation founded in 1854 and tasked with the defense of the small Colony alongside the regular British Army garrison stationed there. For many years it would join with other British Forces in taking part in the Queen’s Birthday Parade held annually in the city.
Taking the official salute on behalf of the Queen would be her representative, His Excellency, The Governor, resplendent in his ‘Tropical Whites’ and saluting as the different units marched past.
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