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Renee Nellis's brainwave - to develop a range of kiltbags - has already caught the eye of visitors to the Royal Highland Fusiliers Regimental Museum.
Little Hannah Crawford, then three, proudly wore her dad Kristofer's regimental Glengarry when he came home after fighting in Afghanistan with the Royal Highland Fusiliers.
15 SOLDIERS KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN FROM 2 PARA BATTLEGROUP CAPTION(S): PARADE Royal Highland Fusiliers in Penicuik; TRIBUTE Soldiers from 2 Para march through Colchester
The British soldier killed in Afghanistan when a mine was detonated after he left his vehicle was named yesterday as Corporal Barry Dempsey, a medic from The Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
Fusilier Gentle, 19, from Glasgow, of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, died in June 2004 in an improvised explosive device attack on British vehicles in Basra.
Captain John McDermid, of The Royal Highland Fusiliers, died in a blast while on patrol in the Helmand Province on November 14.
The Army carried out random tests on nearly 300 troops from the Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Scotland, on March 5.
Prior to joining the Royal Highland Fusiliers, the rookie soldier underwent 29 weeks basic training at Catterick, North Yorkshire.