SCOTS Guards will play a key role in the funeral of the former prime minister.
What does SG stand for?
SG stands for Scots Guards (British Regiment)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
On a Scots Guard's turban There is no bar to Sikhs removing their turban according to my Sikh friends and this man should not be exempted from wearing what is, in fact, a battle honour of the Scots Guards.
The decision to allow him to wear his turban caused a row with some former members of the Scots Guards complained the spectacle would look "ridiculous" and make a mockery of the regiment's 180-year tradition of wearing bearskins on ceremonial duties.
Wakefield soldier Cpl Matthew Stenton, 23, of the Royal Dragoon Guards, and L-Cpl Stephen Monkhouse, 28, from Greenock, Scotland, of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards, received posthumous Military Crosses for their bravery.
Summary: A British soldier killed in Afghanistan on Thursday has been named as Lance Sergeant David Walker of 1st Battalion Scots Guards.
Lance Sergeant David Walker, 36, of 1st Battalion Scots Guards died on Thursday in Nad-e-Ali.
Lance Sergeant David "Davey" Walker, of 1st Battalion, Scots Guards, was killed by enemy fire while on patrol during Operation Moshtarak.
Lieutenant Colonel David Wakefield, a spokesman for Task Force Helmand, said of the latest fatality: "It is with deep sadness I must inform you that a soldier from 1st Battalion Scots Guards was killed this afternoon.