HISTORICAL The flags of the King's Own Scottish Borderers (KOSB) will be placed in their regimental museum in Berwickupon-Tweed in Northumberland.
What does KOSB stand for?
KOSB stands for The King's Own Scottish Borderers (a British Regiment)
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The prized flag, which displays the battle honours of the King's Own Scottish Borderers (KOSB), is currently in Edinburgh.
Sufficient resources were never available to us to make the whole thing work properly, and that affected our credibility enormously," said Lieutenant Colonel Jim Castle, commanding officer of the King's Own Scottish Borderers regiment.
The Royal Scots will merge later this year with the King's Own Scottish Borderers to form the Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
A petition to save the King's Own Scottish Borderers has set a new record with 135,000 signatures protesting about the possible dissolution.
Under the plan, six battalions would be cut to five through joining together the King's Own Scottish Borderers and the Royal Scots.
Two single battalion regiments in Scotland - the Royal Scots and The King's Own Scottish Borderers - will merge into a single battalion and will combine with the other four Scottish regiments, including the Black Watch.
Leaked Ministry of Defence plans say the Royal Scots, Black Watch and the King's Own Scottish Borderers are among up to 10 regiments set to be disbanded in the most drastic cutbacks since the Second World War.