From British Army:
26 June 2014
Soldiers who were heavily involved in training Afghan
Security Forces and the closure of the last major bases in Afghanistan
have received their Operational Service Medals.
More than 300 soldiers from the 2nd Battalion The Royal
Anglian Regiment marched on to the parade square to receive their
campaign medals from Major General Simon Porter who is the President of
the Royal Anglian Association and was the Commanding Officer of the 2nd
Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment from 1997–1999.
Also on parade was World War Two veteran Harry Bellamy who
presented members of the Drums Platoon with their Campaign medals.
Harry (90) served with the Sherwood Foresters and the 46th Lincolnshire
Regiment as a territorial soldier. He saw action in Monte Cassino before
being captured at the Battle of Anzio and spending the last 14-months
as a prisoner of war.
The 2nd Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, known as The
Poachers, recruits from across East Anglia and the East Midlands and is
based at Kendrew Barracks in Rutland. It deployed for one of the final
tours of Helmand in September last year. Their tour saw the handing over
of Main Operating Base Lashkar Gah and Patrol Base Lashkar Gah Durai to
Afghan control. A third base Main Operating Base Price was also closed....
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