Burials in Rinella Military Cemetery in 1898: 1 Jan 1899 Strength: 908 men at Fort Chambray Gozo. and 1st Battn. It had 382 admissions (947.9/1000 mean strength) into hospital with 3 deaths (7.44 deaths/1000 mean strength). On their arrival the troops were quartered in Polverista Barracks Cottonera. Show details, Subscribe now for regular news, updates and priority booking for events, All content is available under the Open Government Licence v3.0, except where otherwise stated, 1877-1888: 20th Foot and Lancashire Fusiliers, 1811 - 1915: 20th Foot (Lancashire Fusiliers). The Devonshire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that served under various titles and served in many wars and conflicts from 1685 to 1958, such as the Second Boer War, the First World War and the Second World War. It embarked for Malta on 4 Dec, arriving in the island four days later. 17 Aug 1899 The 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers embarked at Southampton from Aldershot on the transport Jelunga. It had 828 men. On 20 March the men marched to Pembroke Camp, and on 30 April 1905 to Mellieha Camp. Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1907: The 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers formed part of 86th Brigade 29th Division. The average duration of cases of sickness was 19.13 days. Au titre de ces unités il hérite des titres de gloire suivants : Glorious revolution (La … The 39th (Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment of the British Army, raised in 1719. Newman was buried on 14 May at the burial ground near the Zabbar Gate (Rock Gate Cemetery). 1 Dec The battalion was at Mtarfa Barracks with detachments at Fort Chambray Gozo. Read about our fair use policy and why we are doing this, About our It disembarked in Malta on 27 Aug 1899. Sep 1801 The men were severely affected with fever and ophthalmia. 1 Aug 1805 Strength: 39 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 76 NCOs, 771 rank and file fit for duty, 36 rank and file sick, 930 total officers and men, 1113 establishment. Regiment: 1st Battalion 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot Archive Reference: Full Access Member Only. 1803 Strength: 846 men with detachments in Gozo. The regiment's name changed according to the name of the colonel commanding until 1751, when it became the 20th Regiment of Foot. The 20th Regiment was quartered in Minorca when it volunteered its services for the Egyptian Campaign. Another 18 admissions occurred following their move to St Elmo Barracks. HE the Governor General Sir Francis Grenfell and Major General Lord Congleton commanding the Infantry Brigade were present. They also worked on the extension of the airstrip at Hal Safi. 1782became the 20th (the East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot 1881became The Lancashire Fusiliers 1968united with The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers, The Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers, and The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), to form The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers 1 Mar Strength: 31 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 75 NCOs, 445 rank and file fit for duty, 107 rank and file sick, 675 total officers and men, 1123 establishment. 24th (The 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot; The King's Own Borderers. 20 Nov 160722 2nd Lt Owen Norman Makinson died in hospital following a bomb explosion during training on the ranges. It embarked at Southampton on 26 Aug 1898 and arrived in Malta on 4 September 1898. 3 Nov 1805 The 1st/20th Regiment embarked on Sir James Craig's expedition to Naples. : 1st Brigade, 4th Division, 17th, 20th, 21st, 57th & 63rd Regts. Cytiuz. 17-18 January 1809 . The average duration of cases of sickness was 16.83 days. Its average constantly sick was 11.58 (41.21/1000 mean strength). 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot (1782–1881) The 20th Footat the Battle of Inkerman, by David Rowlands The 20th Regiment of Foot was designated the 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Footin 1782. The 20th East Devonshire Regiment of Foot is an EU based regiment that is a work in progress, with some of us with experience from the Napoleonic Wars DLC and others who are new to the whole Napoleonic experience. 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot « previous next » Print; Author Topic: 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot (Read 1170 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. The 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment was raised in 1688 in East Devon as Colonel Sir Robert Peyton's Regiment of Foot. Stations of Regiments 1859–1900. The 2nd Bn was raised in 1858. 1799: 4 August – 2nd Battalion formed from militia volunteers at Barham Downs. Le Cateau, … 1 Aug Strength: 23 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 56 NCOs, 577 rank and file fit for duty, 33 rank and file sick, 702 total officers and men, 842 establishment. The first recorded burial was that of Ada Wood, aged 3 mths, daughter of Sgt Wood 3rd/Lancashire Fusiliers. Burials at Pietà Military Cemetery in 1915: Dec 1801 The 2nd Battalion arrived for Egypt. The first burial took place on 1 June 1899. On 1 July 1881, The East Devonshire became The 1st Battalion The Lancashire Fusiliers. On 27 February 1901, it embarked at Crete for Malta on the SS Formosa, disembarking there on 1 March 1901. The service was conducted by the Rt Rev W C Parr on 1 June 1899. The History of The Real 20th The 20th, East Devonshire Regiment was formed in 1688 in Devon under Sir Richard Peyton as Peyton's Regiment of Foot. The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade: 86: Depot. Sharing will require cookies. 21 July 176 men, 15 women and 6 children embarked on the men-of-war Haarlem and were withdrawn from Malta in compliance with the provision of the Treaty of Amiens. === East Devonshire Regiment (1782-1881) === The 20th Regiment of Foot was designated the East Devonshire Regiment in 1782. 21 May 1944 The 11th Battalion left for Naples. 27 Nov 1907 The 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers embarked on board the Dongola for Karachi, where it arrived on 11 December 1907. next. From Egypt the 1st/20th embarked for Malta, where it remained until Nov 1805. Naming is privately engraved in large italic … Corunna. 1 May Strength: 31 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 56 NCOs, 456 rank and file fit for duty, 74 rank and file sick, 622 total officers and men, 842 establishment. The image is free to reuse for non-commercial purposes under the IWM Non Commercial Licence. Battle Honours WW1 (30 Bns.) Lt Col William Edgell Wyatt. 6 invalids returned to England. The Sphinx with Egypt was granted to the 20th Foot by Horse Guards Letter No 170 of 6 July 1802, for service in the Egyptian campaign of 1801. Rifle Brigade. The average sick time to each soldier was 15.95 days. 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot. 2 Dec 1899 The battalion left Chatham on the SS Norman for Natal. Its average constantly sick was 17.57 (43.59/1000 mean strength). 10 Dec 1941 Captain G. Heap RAMC attached to 15th Fld Amb from 11th/Lancashire Fusiliers. 24th (The 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot: 97: Depot. 113. 22nd (The Cheshire) Regiment of Foot; Royal Welsh Fusiliers - restored archaic spelling of Welsh (Welch) in 1921 23rd Regiment of Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) South Wales Borderers . Walcheren. In April 1968 the Lancashire Fusiliers merged with the 5th (The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers), the 6th (The Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers), and 7th (The Royal Fusiliers – City of London), to form The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1901: 1902 The battalion was at Lower St Elmo Barracks. The 2nd Battalion was raised in 1858. TNA:WO 156/116.>Burial Register Mtarfa Cemetery from 1 June 1899. Baptisms in the Garrison Church in 1898: Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1898: 2 Oct 1899 Detachment of the 3rd Battalion was at Crete. It disembarked at Malta on 18 December 1906. Sep The battalion was at Vittoriosa where the men suffered greatly from fever. Also in attendance were: the Senior Chaplain the Rev Alfred Malim, The Rev D. Nickerson, The Rev W. C. Parr (in charge of Mtarfa), The Rev M. W. Churchward, and The Rev M Jones. Villettes reported: 1 Nov 1802 Strength: 19 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 56 NCOs, 612 rank and file fit for duty, 109 rank and file sick, 814 total officers and men, 843 establishment. They met heavy resistance from the Turkish 3rd/26th Regiment. 1 July 1805 Strength: 34 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 76 NCOs, 740 rank and file fit for duty, 62 rank and file sick, 929 total officers and men, 1127 establishment. This image was created and shared by: Brian Mawdsley. Six companies occupied Lower St Elmo Barracks and replaced the 2nd/Essex Regt which marched to Mtarfa Barracks on 8th July. 25th (The King's own Borderers) Regiment of Foot: 72: Depot. 8 Dec 1898 The 2nd/Lancashire Fusiliers, 720 strong, arrived at Crete from Egypt on 11 Oct 1898 following the Nile Campaign. 29 Nov 1901 The 3rd Battalion embarked for Barbados and Jamaica on the SS Sicilia. Serving under General John Burgoyne for the remainder of the Canadian campaign, they later surrendered along with General Burgoyne at Saratoga. Before 1881 the 20th Foot were called the East Devonshire regiment. Burials at Mtarfa Military Cemetery in 1899: Burials at Pietà Military Cemetery in 1899: 1 Jan 1900 The battalion was located at Mtarfa Barracks. It embarked on the SS City of Athens and arrived in Alexandria on 3 May 1906. 20th (The East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot; Royal Scots Fusiliers. Sep 1802 The 2nd Battalion was disbanded as part of the peace dividend following the Treaty of Amiens. The average sick time to each soldier was 15.04 days. The record you are viewing contains all the information available from the original source, either fully transcribed for you or as an index and attached image. The 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment was raised in 1688 in East Devon as Colonel Sir Robert Peyton's Regiment of Foot. Cross belt plate, 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, 1830 (c)-1855. Cosserat recorded that the man literally died of hard drinking. Personal correspondence, The Lancashire Headquarters The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers Wellington Barracks Bury, dated 26 February 1990. 27 Feb 1901 The 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers arrived at Crete on 2 October 1899. It had its second admission on 17 April. Baptisms in the Garrison Church in 1901: Burials in Mtarfa Military Cemetery in 1901: The 1st/6th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers was a reinforcement battalion which landed in Gallipoli in May 1915. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Lt Col … The 1st/20th Regiment had an average strength of 173 men. The regimental records of the British Army Reprint Edition, Trowbridge, Wiltshire: Crecy Books. : 4th Division, 20th Foot. 29 Sep The 1st Battalion embarked on the Jelunga for Crete, arriving there on 2 October 1899. 9 Aug 1905 From 9 Aug to the end of Sept, 19 cases of Mediterranean fever occurred in the six companies stationed at Lower St Elmo Barracks, and 3 cases in the two companies occupying Manoel Island Hutments. 1 Sep 1804 Strength: 41 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 76 NCOs, 768 rank and file fit for duty, 64 rank and file sick, 955 total officers and men, 1113 establishment. 1 Jan 1802 Strength: 34 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 75 NCOs, 440 rank and file fit for duty, 110 rank and file sick, 673 total officers and men, 1123 establishment. Sign in to disable ALL ads. Swinson, Regiments and Corps..., 1972; NCA Rules, East Devonshire Regiment of Foot, 1782-1881 (Also known as). Register No 1A, Journal of a voyage to Egypt kept by the Reverend D. P. Cosserat dated April 29th 1801. B Coy and D Coy 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers moved into Fort Manoel Hutments. H Coy had 7 cases between 11 July and the end of Sept following their occupation of Lower St Elmo Barracks. 4 invalids were returned to England. Nov 23, 2016 - British; 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, Officer, Egypt, 1800 by J.Brouillet Then join the 20 East Devonshire,an EU line regiment, but also accepts NA. The average duration of cases of sickness was 12.78 days. 31 Dec Israel Unsworth was the first soldier to be buried by the Rev. Historical record of The Twentieth, or, The East Devonshire Regiment of Foot [microform] : containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1688, and of its subsequent services to 1848 by Cannon, Richard, 1779-1865 It then sailed for Naples. South coast of England. 1 May Strength: 23 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 56 NCOs, 488 rank and file fit for duty, 80 rank and file sick, 660 total officers and men, 842 establishment. Its average daily sick was 8.27 (47.80/1000 mean strength). Regiment: 1st Battalion 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot Archive Reference: Full Access Member Only. Admissions into hospital and deaths during the year with ratio of admissions and deaths per 1000 of strength. We are looking for players who are new or veterans to the whole idea of regiments in Napoleonic Wars and … The 20th East Devonshire Regiment of Foot is an EU regiment that also welcomes people in NA and we are also part of the QRA. The men were quartered at Mtarfa Barracks for 4 months. 1789: 12 March. Other collections may hold more or different data for this person. 1968 Merged with The Northumberland Fusiliers, The Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers and The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) to form 4th Bn. Sep 13, 2019 - British; 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, Officer, Egypt, 1800 by J.Brouillet Badges: 1965-01-180: Military General Service Medal 1793-1814 with 4 clasps, awarded to MD Sgn R Pyper, 11th (or North Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, 1810-1812. Corunna. It had 767 men. The 1st/20th Foot had an average strength of 403 men. The 20th, East Devonshire Regiment was formed in 1688 in Devon under Sir Richard Peyton as Peyton's Regiment of Foot. The regimental strength was 989 men. The front [of the drums] to be painted with the colour of the facing of the regiment, with the King's cypher and crown, and the number of the regiment under it. The men disembarked at Southampton on 14 September 1899. The average strength of the troops, exclusive of the Royal Malta Artillery, was 7,390 men. Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1902: 26 Feb 1905 About 700 men of the 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers arrived from Gibraltar on the Dilwara. The 1st/8th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers was part of the East Lancashire Division in Gallipoli. They remained at Polverista until their removal to Lower St Elmo Barracks. The 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot Childers Reforms 1881 In 1881, as part of the Childers Reforms, the 20th Regiment of Foot (East Devonshire) amalgamated with a number of militia units to create the Lancashire Fusiliers. Thank you for helping build the largest language community on the internet. TNA:WO 177/700. To join add me on Steam and make sure you download Discord. 1/26th (Cameronian) Regiment of Foot. 1 Mar Strength: 25 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 75 NCOs, 553 rank and file fit for duty, 99 rank and file sick, 775 total officers and men, 1128 establishment. 17-18 January 1809. previous. 17 Oct 1902 The 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers embarked on the Sardinia for Gibraltar, where it disembarked on 21 October. Internet Archive BookReader Historical record of The Twentieth, or, The East Devonshire Regiment of Foot [microform] : containing an account of the formation of the regiment in … Depot. The 9th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers landed at Suvla Bay Gallipoli on 6 August 1915. 14 Dec 1906 The battalion left Alexandria for Malta on the Braemar Castle. 1688: 11 November – raised at Exeter by Sir Robert Peyton. The regiment's name changed according to the name of the colonel commanding until 1751, when it became the 20th Regiment of Foot. 1 July The battalion was located at Lower St Elmo Barracks. The 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers were in Crete. The 85th Regiment of Foot (Royal Volunteers) was a short-lived British Army regiment during the Seven Years' War. Other collections may hold more or different data for this person. It reached Egypt after 20 March 1801. In May 1838, the 20th was permitted to add on its Colours the words Vimiera and Corunna in commemoration of the battles in which it was engaged at Vimiera on 21 August 1808 and at Corunna on 16 January 1809. 1 Aug Strength: 15 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 56 NCOs, 582 rank and file fit for duty, 102 rank and file sick, 776 total officers and men, 842 establishment. 2 Jan Mtarfa (Imtarfa) Cemetery was consecrated by the Rt Rev the Bishop of Gibraltar on Tuesday 2 Jan 1900. Listen to the audio pronunciation of 20th (The East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot on pronouncekiwi. It arrived in Malta on 11 October. Training is every Saturday and events weekly, join when you can and want. 1881 The Lancashire Fusiliers, reorganised as the county regiment of central Lancashire. India Mutiny Medal - 20th Regiment of Foot,East Devonshire) - LUCKNOW (Pt CHAs WOODS. It had 38 officers and 833 men. Originally raised in 1688 as Peyton's Regiment of Foot (After Colonel Richard Petyon), the regiment participated in the Glorious revolution on the side of … The average duration of cases of sickness was 18.52 days. Prior to 1782: 20th Regiment of Foot. Regimental Badges First Edition, Tonbridge, Kent: Ernest Benn Ltd. TNA:WO 156/113. Edwards T. J., 1980. Baptisms in the Garrison Church in 1900: Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1900: 1 Jan 1901 The battalion was located at Lower St Elmo Barracks. 1782-1881: 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot. TNA:WO 156/598. the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection. 8 May The men of the 1st Battalion returned to their barracks at Polverista from Mellieha training Camp. 2/23rd Regiment of Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers) 17-18 January 1809. Stations of Regiments 1901–1920. "B" Coy, "D" Coy, and "G" Coy disembarked at Jamaica on 20 Dec 1901, the rest of the battalion arrived at Barbados on 26 December 1901. The Fusiliers had served abroad for the past 18 years. Portsmouth. Corunna. Headset isn't required unless you're an offcer. In 1751, the regiment became the 20th Foot to which East Devonshire was added in 1782. TNA:WO 379/15. We would like mature players who are able to listen and learn but also like … Apparently, "in 1798-99 many recruits for the 20th Foot, East Devonshire Regiment were raised in Preston (Lancs). Dec 1879 A detachment of 1st/20th arrived from Cyprus. 22nd (The Cheshire) Regiment of Foot: 83: Depot. 1856 April-June. In March the 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers were reinforced by 100 men. In 1878, the Ottoman Empire ceded Cyprus (1878–1960) to the British for the purpose of defence and administration, but the Sultan retained ownership of the island. Colonels. Close Use this image under non-commercial licence. One other rank was also accidentally injured. 1855 Jan.-March: 20th, 21st, 46th, 57th, 63rd, 68th Regts. 172. 1 Jan 1802 Strength: 31 Commissioned and Warrant Officers, 75 NCOs, 554 rank and file fit for duty, 91 rank and file sick, 768 total officers and men, 1123 establishment. Burials in Rinella Military Cemetery in 1899: The first five burials at Mtarfa Military Cemetery were from the 3rd/Lancashire Fusiliers. It had served in Crete for 2 1/2 months. TNA:WO 379/11. 25 July 1941 The 11th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers arrived from Gibraltar. Table I: Strength of 1st/20th Regiments Malta 1805. General Orders issued by Maj Gen Villettes at Malta dated La Valetta 22 November 1802. The 1st/20th was inspected by Sir James Craig who reported it to be composed of a wonderfully fine bodies of men. As one of the six Minden Regiments all ranks wear roses in their head dress on the anniversary of that battle (Minden Day). During the same period the Essex Regt had had 50 admissions. 20th (The East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot: 64: Depot. 208. It had 550 men located at Isola Gate Barracks (Senglea). British Regiments and the Men Who Led Them 1793-1815: 20th Regiment of Foot. Le régiment est héritier du Peyton's Regiment of Foot formé par Sir Richard Peyton le 5 novembre 1688. Falmouth, Plymouth & Portsmouth. As a Fusilier Regiment it wore the grenade as a badge, the distinguishing feature on the ball being the Sphinx with the word Egypt below, all within a laurel wreath. 17 July 176 men, 15 women and 6 children were withdrawn from the Malta garrison in preparation for the evacuation of the island, pursuant to the Treaty of Amiens. Lt Col Alexander Campbell. The record you are viewing contains all the information available from the original source, either fully transcribed for you or as an index and attached image. Under the Childers Reforms it amalgamated with the 54th (West Norfolk) Regiment of Foot to form the Dorsetshire Regiment in 1881. Register of burials in the military cemetery Rinella from January 1890 to January 1908. Walcheren. The average sick time to each soldier was 32.73 days. 6 Sep 1899 The 2nd/Lancashire Fusiliers, consisting of 8 coys, HQ Coy, 12 officers, 4 officers' children, 2 WOs, 33 Sgts, 16 Buglers, 570 Rank and File, 8 wives and 11 children, embarked on the transport Jelunga. privacy policy. Register of burials September 1853 to June 1862. 6 Dec 600 men of the 1st/20th arrived from Egypt under the command of Lt Col Robert Ross. 1881: became Lancashire Fusiliers. We are looking for players who are new or veterans to the whole experience of the Napoleonic era games. The men were quartered in Fort Chambray, Gozo. The 11th Bn defended Valletta and the coastline from Sliema to St Julians. In 1958 the regiment was amalgamated with the Dorset Regiment to form the Devonshire and Dorset Regiment which, in 2007, was amalgamated with the Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment, the Royal Green Jackets and The Light Infantry to for… In 1751, the regiment became the 20th Foot to … It had 163 admissions (942.2/1000 mean strength) into hospital with no deaths. 29th (The Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot : 136: Depot. The laurel wreath was received in honour of the Battle of Minden of 1st August 1759. War Diaries No 15 Field Ambulance RAMC April 1941 to April 1944. Cyprus was occupied by British troops from 1878 to 1960. Farmer J. S., 1984. Our aim as a regiment is to be serious during events but not to forget when to have fun. 26th (The Cameronian) Regiment of Foot: 526: Depot. if you arrived at this page from a search engine click here to load the menu page. 1855 April-June. 1 July Strength: 768 men at Pembroke Camp. West Hyde. TNA:WO 156/115. Its average constantly sick was 16.77 (89.68/1000 mean strength). Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1905: 30 Apr 1906 The 1st/Lancashire Fusiliers was suddenly ordered to proceed to Egypt with the 4th/Worcestershire Regiment. The Coy disembarked at Queenstown on 28 January 1881. Il prend le nom de ses colonels jusqu'en 1751, date à laquelle, il reçoit la dénomination de 20th Regiment of Foot. Regimental History. 21st (Royal Scots Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot; Cheshire Regiment. 20th REGt No 3588.). 4 May Col Bayliss 2nd/35th Foot, the commandant of the Cottonera District, shot and mortally wounded Capt Newman 20th Foot in a duel near Salvatore Gate. By Steve Brown. 20th (East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot; This page summarises records created by this … The average sick time to each soldier was 17.45 days. The regiment formed part of the Malta Garrison and was quartered at Vittoriosa. Burials in Pietà Military Cemetery in 1899: 4 Sep 1898 The 3rd/Lancashire Fusiliers was formed at Preston on 1 Apr 1898 and disbanded on 15 May 1907. Majority of us are members of old regiments from the Napoleonic Wars DLC for Mount & Blade Warband and others who are new to the whole regiment experience. 17 Jan 1881 The 1st/20th (East Devonshire) consisting of HQ coy and 8 companies, 17 officers, 2 officer's wives and 2 children, 1 officer's male servant, 2 officer's female servants, 38 sgts, 14 buglers, 551 rank and file, 34 soldier's wives and 54 children embarked on HMS Himalaya. The 20th Regiment of Foot was granted the county title of the East Devonshire Regiment in 1782. 1782 20th (The East Devonshire) Regiment of Foot . On 25 April 1915, it landed at W Beach on the Gallipoli Peninsula. 1802: September – 2nd Battalion disbanded at Malta. Looking for a regiment that is relaxed? 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