The
royal scots

(The Royal Regiment)

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Raised in 1633 by Sir John Hepburn, The Royal Scots was the oldest Regiment in the British Army until it was merged, in 2006, with the other Scottish Infantry Regiments to form The Royal Regiment of Scotland. The direct link is to their 1st Battalion, The Royal Scots Borderers or 1 SCOTS. Today, our proud history and traditions of comradeship, mutual support and commemoration continue, not least in our

The Regimental organisation is now supported by 4 Pillars

Association, Benevolence, Museum and ‘living memorial’, The Royal Scots Club.

World War 1 Roll of Honour

World War 2 Roll of Honour