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Reply Adrian Kruger
9:10 AM on October 31, 2014 
Well done fella's I am a former member of the 25th Battalion The Royal Queensland Regiment .In the 1970's I think the Officers of the KOSB presented a beer stein to the Officers and Men of the 25th Battalion The Royal Queensland Regiment it is filled with ale and as a tradition it is drank from by those in the colour party when the colours are paraded , I myself have drank from it on more than 1 occasion . In 1989 there was a contingent sent to Exercise with your unit. Once again well done
cheers
Sgt Adrian Kruger

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cheers
Reply Bill Heaney
5:13 AM on October 26, 2014 
The annual Cruickshank Dinner will take place at the Buccleuch Arms Hotel, St Boswells, on Friday 21st November 2014. This is an All Ranks Dinner and all KOSB are welcome. The cost is £17 per person. The dress is suit or jacket & trousers with Regimental Tie. To attend you must contact me directly as soon as possible. I need to know who wants to go by Friday 14th November.

Please pass this on to anyone you know who does not have Internet access.
Reply HANK MC CALL
5:41 PM on October 24, 2014 
dean montgomery says...
can any one tell me is alex stracon from folkstone is still alive he was in the kosb

alex still alive and living in folkstone
Reply Shereen Letchford
5:14 AM on October 21, 2014 
Would love to find out if there is any further information about the Kings Own Scottish Borderers serving in France Holland and Germany during WW2. My Father Thomas Frederick Day served with the regiment and was I believe part of the Lowlands Division. When he was demobbed in 1947 he held the rank of Acting Colour Sergeant.
Reply Ian Gordon
5:05 PM on October 15, 2014 
Hi Marion,I knew your brother and was out in the old town with him,the night before he drowned.Sad loss and I was shocked to hear that he had drowned that day.I will try and find some photos.
Regards
Ian Gordon
Lancaster
Reply catherine coutts
4:24 PM on October 14, 2014 
I am trying to locate my uncle, James (Seamus) Doherty who enlisted in the KOSB in late 64/early 65. I believe he did one, possibly two tours of Aden. if anyone has any recollection of him or knows of his whereabouts could they please contact me. Many thanks, Catherine Doherty
Reply dean montgomery
11:33 AM on October 12, 2014 
can any one tell me is alex stracon from folkstone is still alive he was in the kosb
Reply kate
1:06 PM on October 4, 2014 
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Reply kate
1:03 PM on October 4, 2014 
hello
Reply Sammy
4:46 PM on October 1, 2014 
I would like to thank Billy Heaney and Gogs Little and Billy Lee for putting on a great night on Saturday. It was great to see everyone that attended we had a good time and a laugh. Its just a pity more did not turn up. For what its worth the way I look at it is not everyone can say they are part of the signals platoon reunion. The only other reunion that takes place is the P+D s reunion. well apart from Minden but that a whole regiment thing. so come on lads if it happens again lets attend