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Royal Scots Fusiliers

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. 4th/5th Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusiliers .
1947.01.01 Reconstituted in TA with HQ at Ayr 157 (Lowland) Infantry Brigade
. A Company at Kilmarnock .
. B Company at Keith .
. C Company at Ayr .
. D Company at Cumnock .
1959.01.20 Transferred to the corps of The Royal Highland Fusiliers without change of title .
1967.04.01 Disbanded and concurrently reconstituted as: .
. B Company (The Royal Scots Fusiliers), 52nd Lowland Volunteers in TAVR II at Ayr .
. A Company (4th/5th Royal Scots Fusiliers), 3rd (Territorial) Battalion, The Royal Highland Fusiliers in TAVR III at Ayr .
1969.04.01 TAVR III element reduced to cadre at Glasgow as 3rd (Territorial) Battalion, The Royal Highland Fusiliers [q.v.], sponsored by 52nd Lowland Volunteers, and Royal Scots Fusiliers lineage therein discontinued (cadre reconstituted 1971 as an RHF coy at Glasgow) .
1971.04.01 52nd Lowland Volunteers redesignated 1st Battalion, 52nd Lowland Volunteers upon formation of 2nd Battalion .
. B Company (The Royal Scots Fusiliers), 1st Battalion, 52nd Lowland Volunteers at Ayr .
1995.06.03 1st Bn, 52nd Lowland Volunteers redesignated as 3rd (Volunteer) Battalion, The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment) [q.v. for continuing lineage] and separate RSF company lineage discontinued .
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