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Louis, she drove directly to the residence of the Commanding Officer of the Royal Highland Regiment and reported in graphic detail what she saw behind enemy lines, including a rough sketch of the layout of enemy territory including a count of the number of GDR soldiers she saw.
IT'S such a pity that the Black Watch, now renamed 3 Battalion The Royal Highland Regiment, are preparing themselves for another tour of duty in Iraq - their third since the conflict started.
A lone piper played Scotland The Brave as the men - and one woman - from the 1st Battalion the Royal Highland Regiment - the proud Black Watch - stood to attention in pale desert fatigues and green berets with the famed red hackle.
In a statement read outside the Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment headquarters in Perth, spokesman Captain Bob Reid said: 'We are left saddened by the news that we have lost three friends.
In a statement Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment spokesman Captain Bob Reid said: ``We are left saddened by the news that we have lost three friends.
In his statement, the officer said the men were part of patrol with D company of the 1st Battalion The Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment at 1pm local time (10am British time) yesterday.
Today's regiment was formed by an amalgamation in 1881 of the 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch) and the 73rd (Perthshire) Regiment.
The writer spent his early days in the Royal Highland Regiment of Canada (the Black Watch).