Former Royal Green Jackets Rifleman Dick Muskett, 70, wanted to use clips of his comrades serving in Malaysia in the 1960s at an event, which he hopes will raise PS1,000 for Care for Casualties.
What does RGJ stand for?
RGJ stands for Royal Green Jackets (a British Regiment)
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It's terribly sad that we've gone from the 60th Regiment of Foot and the Kings Royal Rifle Corps to the just-acceptable Royal Green Jackets to simply The Rifles.
While serving with the 3rd Royal Green Jackets in Cyprus in 1963 I was asked by the company sergeant major if I wanted to learn to drive.
Mum Sandra, from Holyhead, spent four years as a ward stewardess in Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps, while dad Robert served 12 years with infantry regiment The Royal Green Jackets.
Mr Dixon signed up to the Army from school, serving for 10 years in the Royal Green Jackets Regiment as a corporal alongside his younger brother Paul.
He also applied to join the Royal Green Jackets and the Field Ambulance Volunteers and would later claim to have fought in the Falklands.
Private Jamie Cooper, 18, a Royal Green Jackets soldier, was hit twice by mortar rounds in Basra in November 2006.
The teenager who was injured in November 2006 while serving with the Royal Green Jackets in Basra, Iraq, suffered further setbacks after catching a series of infections at Selly Oak, where serious complaints were made.