Photos Submitted by Henry Glennon
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This was taken in Flax Street Mill during Aldergrove Tour. Can you recognise all of them ?
This was taken during my appointment as instructor at the junior soldiers regiment in Taunton Somerset. We were carrying out some voluntary work when the photo was taken. The Commanding Officer at the time was Lt.Colonel N D McIntosh. It was sad to hear of his passing. He was a good man.
This one is of my wife and I taken in Dalian China during our holiday in 2015. Her father is ex-army, so lots to talk about...in chinglish I must add 😉
This photo was taken during my map reading instructors course whilst PSI Warrant Officer with 4 Yorks from 1989-1990, and which was one of the best experiences in my army career. I later returned following my commission to Leutenant and headed the Recruit Reception Training Team for 2 years followed by a short spell as platoon commander. During that time the company commander Major Winterbottom was first class.? What makes it interesting? Write a catchy description to grab your audience's attention...
taken just before promotion to warrant officer and half way through my tour with 4 Yorks, I took part in the presentation of new colours to the regiment in Sheffield, which is also my home town, and as many Green Howard's are aware, is the city where Princess Alexandra presented the regiment with its colours.
This was taken at Flax Street Mill in the Ardoyne district of Belfast during the regiments residential tour at Aldergrove from 1977-1979. Many people will recognise many faces here including Big Davey Howell, Dave Lewis, Tom McCann and many more.ell as platoon commander. During that time the company commander Major Winterbottom was first class.
A photo of me in the Rockies during R&R and such a beautiful place...with the exception of seeing a grisly bear mmmmm...interesting !
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