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The Redcaps of 156 Provost Company, 4th Regiment Royal Military Police were presented with a DZ flash by Lieutenant General James Bashall CBE, Assistant Colonel Commandant of the Adjutant General's Corps. Redcaps have deployed on operations with 16 Air Assault Brigade, Colchester's airborne ...
When Hong Kong was handed over to China he was moved with 147 Gurkhas in 1997 to Colchester where he worked as an administration officer for the 156 Provost Company. He was award an MVO in 1998 and an MBE in 2001. Chitraj, 59, says: "I moved with my wife Joghumari and four children.

L/Cpl Thomas Keys, Royal Military Police, 156 Provost Company (16 Air Assault Brigade), aged 20 from Llanuwchllyn, near Bala, Gwynedd. He was killed on 24 June, 2003 in an ambush at Al Majar Al Kabir, along with five other members of the Royal Military Police. A subsequent inquest returned a verdict ...
... 30, from Swadlincote, Derbyshire; Corporal Paul Long, 24, from South Shields, South Tyneside; Corporal Simon Miller, 21, from Washington, Tyne and Wear and Lance Corporal Thomas Keys, 20, from Llanuwchyllyn, near Bala, Wales. They were members of the 156 Provost Company, part of the 16th Air ...
Corporal Aston, a physical training instructor with the 156 Provost Company of the Royal Military Police, from Swadlincote in Derbyshire, was buried in 2003 in the same church he married his wife, Anna. He had a 17-month-old daughter, Paygan. At the funeral, where he received full military honours, his ...
Soldiers from 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police, who had completed their first tour of Afghanistan, were awarded operational medals by Lord Petre, Lord Lieutenant of Essex, with the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas playing in the background. Essex Police's Chief Constable Jim Barker-McCardle ...

All six members of the Royal Military Police who were killed by a mob in Majar al-Kabir, southern Iraq, on 24 June, 2003, were based at Goojerat Barracks in Colchester, Essex. The soldiers were from 156 Provost Company, part of the 16th Air Assault Brigade.
Military police officers who served in Afghanistan this summer have been awarded medals for their tour of duty. The ceremony at Colchester's Goojerat Barracks on Friday saw 50 soldiers from 156 Provost Company Royal Military Police receive operational service medals. A further 16 troops from the ...
The Redcaps of 156 Provost Company, 4th Regiment Royal Military Police were presented with a DZ flash by Lieutenant General James Bashall CBE, Assistant Colonel Commandant of the Adjutant General's Corps. Redcaps have deployed on operations with 16 Air Assault Brigade, Colchester's airborne ...
When Hong Kong was handed over to China he was moved with 147 Gurkhas in 1997 to Colchester where he worked as an administration officer for the 156 Provost Company. He was award an MVO in 1998 and an MBE in 2001. Chitraj, 59, says: "I moved with my wife Joghumari and four children.

L/Cpl Thomas Keys, Royal Military Police, 156 Provost Company (16 Air Assault Brigade), aged 20 from Llanuwchllyn, near Bala, Gwynedd. He was killed on 24 June, 2003 in an ambush at Al Majar Al Kabir, along with five other members of the Royal Military Police. A subsequent inquest returned a verdict ...
... 30, from Swadlincote, Derbyshire; Corporal Paul Long, 24, from South Shields, South Tyneside; Corporal Simon Miller, 21, from Washington, Tyne and Wear and Lance Corporal Thomas Keys, 20, from Llanuwchyllyn, near Bala, Wales. They were members of the 156 Provost Company, part of the 16th Air ...
A military "bible" which has seen two generations of army and RAF policemen through armed conflicts is being returned to its elderly Cambridge owner in time for a family memorial service. It was issued first to Cpl Alfred Collins in 1941, an RAF policeman in the UK and Norway during WW2. Mr Collins, 95 ...
Soldiers from 156 Provost Company, Royal Military Police, who had completed their first tour of Afghanistan, were awarded operational medals by Lord Petre, Lord Lieutenant of Essex, with the Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas playing in the background. Essex Police's Chief Constable Jim Barker-McCardle ...
All six members of the Royal Military Police who were killed by a mob in Majar al-Kabir, southern Iraq, on 24 June, 2003, were based at Goojerat Barracks in Colchester, Essex. The soldiers were from 156 Provost Company, part of the 16th Air Assault Brigade.
Military police officers who served in Afghanistan this summer have been awarded medals for their tour of duty. The ceremony at Colchester's Goojerat Barracks on Friday saw 50 soldiers from 156 Provost Company Royal Military Police receive operational service medals. A further 16 troops from the ...
Lance Corporal Thomas Keys, 20, of Solihull, RMP, 156 Provost Company. (July 2003). :: Sergeant Norman Patterson, 28, of Staffordshire.
L/Cpl Thomas Keys, Royal Military Police, 156 Provost Company (16 Air Assault Brigade), aged 20 from Llanuwchllyn, near Bala, Gwynedd.


 

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