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Collar badge, other ranks', Ulster Defence Regiment, 1970

This infantry unit was formed in 1970 during 'The Troubles (1969-2007). It served in Northern Ireland until 1992, when it was merged into The Royal Irish Regiment.

The regiment's badge consisted of a 'Maid of Erin' style harp surmounted by a St Edward Crown. This was a copy of The Royal Ulster Rifles' badge, but without that regiment's Latin motto.

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NAM. 2003-10-12-8


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