21 members of the RAF Masirah and RAF Salalah Association marched as part of the Remembrance Day Parade in Whitehall. We were all resplendent in our association 'uniform' including our brown berets. Although most of us are RAF we are a multi service group and it was decided that we needed a uniform headgear but we would wear our own service or regiment cap badge.
An incredibly moving day, and every one of us were immensely proud to be marching and honoured to be returning to Horse Guards Parade to find Prince William taking the salute, in his RAF uniform.
A number of photographs are below showing the day, meeting at Charing Cross, Veterans congregating at Horse guards Parade, gathering in Whitehall in our groups, and even a couple from the evening before when myself and Bill Bratty found a lovely Turkish restaurant in Kings Cross. Some other general photographs on the way (by coach and taxi) of LHR and London.
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