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The United Kingdom Honorary Services Team of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery began their honorary service in London and Windsor on October 4, 2021 by changing the security ceremonies at Buckingham Palace and Palace de Saint-James.
From October 4 to 22, 90 members United Kingdom Honorary Services Team of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery The Queen’s Guard will be housed in four royal residences in the London district: Buckingham Palace, St James’s Castle, Windsor Castle and the Tower of London. For ceremonies with and without mounts several times throughout the month, the Queen’s Guard will arrive with a Royal Canadian artillery team of 36 and based in Edmonton.
The Queen’s Guard was made up of staff and officers in support of civilian officials guarding sovereign and official state residences in the United Kingdom.
Celebrate and celebrate 150e On the anniversary of the founding of the A and B batteries of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery (RRAC), the United Kingdom’s Royal Regiment of the Royal Regiment of Artillery of Canada called on Queen Elizabeth to create the Queen’s Guard in the United States. Kingdom. The establishment of 1 RCHA batteries A (in Kingston, Ont.) And B (in Quebec) in 1871 marked the beginning of the professional army in Canada. The installation of these two batteries helped Canada to accept responsibility for its security and lay the foundation for its political autonomy.
This opportunity to receive the Commercial Service continues the tradition of Commonwealth soldiers working closely with the British Armed Forces and helps to showcase the professional capabilities of Canadian artillery and the Canadian Armed Forces in the international arena.
“This is truly a unique opportunity for our Army and they enjoy every moment. Although the training and preparations that lead to this mission are sometimes long and tiring, when the Canadian soldiers walked to the front of Buckingham Palace, they realized the full extent of their role. It was an opportunity for members of the Canadian Armed Forces. It’s an honor and a privilege to be here as a member of the Queen’s Guard, not a regular mission. “
Major Michael Crozier, Commander-in-Chief, Royal Service Regimental Corps of the United Kingdom Canadian Artillery
“This is the first time the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery has had the privilege of serving in the United Kingdom.e Anniversary of the installation of the A and B batteries of the regiment. “
Master Warrant Officer Jason Power, Sergeant Major, United Kingdom Honorary Services Team of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II holds the Royal Appointment of Captain-General of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery, as well as the Regimental Leader of the Regiment.
In addition to guarding official government residences in the London district, the United Kingdom Honorary Services Group of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery participates in ceremonies organized at the 150th ceremony.e September and October 2021, the anniversary of the installation of the A and B batteries during his stay in the United Kingdom.
The Royal Canadian Artillery Band, United Kingdom Honorary Services Group, is led by the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery, London, England, on October 4, 2021, during the Transformation of the Defense Ceremony. (Master Corporal Heather McRae, Tech Image, United Kingdom Cooperative Civil Services Team of the Royal Regiment of Artillery of Canada)
The United Kingdom Honorary Services Team of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery delivers weapons in front of Buckingham Palace during the transition ceremony on October 4, 2021, in London, England. Service Regiment of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery)
During the guard transfer ceremony at Buckingham Palace in the UK on October 4, 2021, Major Michael Crozier, the new Guard Captain of the United Kingdom Honor Services, the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery, stands with the outgoing guard Captain. Sergeant Donald Todd, Army Communications, British Army)
Bomber James Baird, master bomber of the Royal Regiment of the United Kingdom Canadian Artillery, addresses the Lower Guard as he shifts to the Security Forces on October 4, 2021 in London, England, left (Sergeant Donald Dodd, Military Communications, British Army)
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