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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh’s Royal Regiment - A black and white newspaper photograph of an unarmed patrol of 9 Platoon in the Diamond area in the old city of Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 1969 showing, from left to right, Private Hiscock, Corporal Pavey, Privates Bushell and Thomas. These were early days with the troops experimenting with different scales of equipment depending on the threat. Corporal Pavey brought his experience from serving in the 1st Wiltshires during the EOKA campaign in Cyprus, and Private Bushell had previous experience of 'aid to the civil power' in Hong Kong whilst serving with the South Wales Borderers. He was one of many Welshmen transferred to the Regiment on the amalgamation of the South Wales Borderers and the Welch Regiment in early 1969. Although these foot patrols were unarmed, weapons were always near to hand.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh’s Royal Regiment - A black and white newspaper photograph of The Diamond, Londonderry, 25 October 1969 showing Corporal Pavey ‘encouraging’ locals to keep moving. This gathering was an overspill from a sit down demonstration on the Craigavion Bridge. He is wearing the recently issued ‘Flak Jacket’ and wielding a wooden baton. In the small of his back is a rolled up waterproof cape. This was not for the incessant Irish rain, but as an interim measure to deal with anyone set on fire by a petrol bomb. The casualty would be wrapped in the cape to extinguish the flames. Shortly afterwards a small belt-hung fire extinguisher was issued and carried for the remainder of the tour.

Person(s): Pavey,, Corporal;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Corporals Mess at Tidworth in 1962. This photograph was taken at a time when the British Army was changing over from the Battledress to the new No2 Dress. This photo is named.

Person(s): Gascoigne,, Corporal; Adams,, L/Corporal; Johnson,, L/Corporal; Church,, L/Corporal; Dixon,, L/Corporal; Milton,, Corporal; Pearced,, Corporal; Shears,, L/Corporal; Ogbourne,, L/Corporal; Hodgson,, L/Corporal; Judd,, L/Corporal; Benham,, L/Corporal; Walford,, L/Corporal; Brown,, Corporal; Thrush,, Corporal; Boucher,, L/Corporal; Isaacs,, L/Corporal; Hubbard,, Corporal; Overthrow,, L/Corporal; Sparks,, L/Corporal; Kemish,, Corporal; Temple,, L/Corporal; Hughes,, L/Corporal; Freelove,, Corporal; Collins,, L/Corporal; Slater,, Corporal; Acreman,, Corporal; Evans,, Corporal; Willoughby,, Corporal; Guppy,, Corporal; Martin,, Corporal; Johnson,, L/Corporal; Higgins,, Corporal; Wright,, Corporal; Snoek,, Corporal; Mure,, Corporal; Hennis,, L/ Corporal; Horward,, L/Corporal; Gigg,, Corporal; Pavey,, Corporal; Smart,, Corporal; Millasrd,, L/Corporal; Davey,, L/Corporal; Berrett,, L/Corporal; Richards,, L/Corporal; Green,, L/Corporal; Swift,, L/Corporal; Watton,, L/Corporal; Marrack,, L/Corporal; Lambell,, L/Corporal; Hawkes,, L/Corporal; Morris,, Corporal; Loady,, L/Corporal; Franklin,, L/Corporal; Bilby,, L/Corporal; Lee,, L/Corporal; Cole,, Corporal; Wray Bliss,, L/Corporal; Seaward,, Corporal; Best,, L/Corporal; Dimmer, L/Corporal; Tredwell,, Corporal; Mills,, Corporal; Burke,, L/Corporal; Burgess,, Corporal; Barlow,, L/Corporal; Haggerty,, L/Corporal; Williams,, Corporal; Brewerton,, L/Corporal; Haynes,, L/Corporal; Sawyer,, L/Corporal; Hewitt,, L/Corporal; Hall,, L/Corporal; Moore,, Corporal; Warden,, Corporal; Blake,, L/Corporal; Gane,, Corporal; Smith,, Corporal; Stewart,, L/Corporal; Hole,, Corporal; Hayden,, L/Corporal; White,, L/Corporal; Holding,, Corporal; Cross,, Corporal; Sheridan,, Corporal; Smith,, Corporal; Thomas,, L/Corporal; Jolley,, L/Corporal; Thomas,, Corporal; Maddington,, Corporal; Bunsell,, Corporal; Wright,, Corporal; Arnold,, Corporal; Cooper,, Corporal; Robertson,, Corporal; Lea-Cox, C B, Captain; Ballantine, D H, Lieutenant Colonel; Hodsges, L E, WO1; Pennell,, Corporal; Povery,, Corporal; Hadley,, Corporal; Hyde,, Corporal; Tipple,, Corporal; White,, Corporal; Roussel,, Corporal; Boland,, Corporal; Hughes,, L/Corporal; Townsend,, Corporal; Codling,, L/Corporal;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white digital image of the ?C? Company Nines Cup cross country winning team in Minden, West Germany in 1967. In the rear row from left to right are Private Andy Prior, Corporal Joe Pavey, Private ?Farmer? Mortimer, Private Martin McIntyre and Corporal Mick Openshaw; in the front row, again from left to right, are Private Joe Foxworthy, Private Choules, Private O?Reilly, Private Hunt. This team provided the bulk of the successful Company team in the three years in West Germany. The shirts being worn were coloured yellow.

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh;s Royal Regiment - A black and white digital image of The Diamond, Londonderry, on the 25th October 1969 showing Corporal Pavey ?encouraging? locals to keep moving. This gathering was an overspill from a sit down demonstration on the Craigavion Bridge. He is wearing the recently issued Flak Jacket and wielding a wooden baton. In the small of his back is a rolled up waterproof cape. This was not for the incessant Irish rain, but as an interim measure to deal with anyone set on fire by a petrol bomb. The casualty would be wrapped in the cape to extinguish the flames. Shortly afterwards a small belt-hung fire extinguisher was issued and carried for the remainder of the tour.

Person(s): Pavey, , Corporal;


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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white digital image of an unarmed patrol of 9 Platoon in the Diamond area in the old city of Londonderry showing, from left to right, Private Hiscock, Corporal Pavey, Privates Bushnell and Thomas. These were early days with the troops experimenting with different scales of equipment depending on the threat. Corporal Pavey brought his experience from serving in the 1st Wiltshire?s during the EOKA campaign in Cyprus, and Private Bushnell had previous experience of 'aid to the civil power' in Hong Kong whilst serving with the South Wales Borderers. He was one of many Welshmen transferred to the Regiment on the amalgamation of the South Wales Borderers and the Welch Regiment in early 1969. Although these foot patrols were unarmed, weapons were always near to hand.

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1st Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white photograph of the Duke of Edinburgh?s Trophy Team in Cyprus in 1957. It includes, in the 3rd row, Major D I M Robbins MC, (4th), Corporal Pavey, (Sitting ) Captain G T L M Graham and Lieutenant Colonel Hunter. [The Battalion came third this year]

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2nd Bn, Wiltshire Regiment - A black and white group photograph of the team who were the winners of the 2nd Infantry Brigade Athletic Cup, the Runners up of Aldershot Command, and 4th in the Army Inter-Unit Championships, Talavera Barracks, Aldershot in 1936. It shows, in the rear row, from left to right: L/Corporal Haldron, Drummer Dale, Boy Leaman, Private Garrick, Boy Rogers, L/Corporal Milner and Private Barthram. In the middle row are Private Willis, L/Corporal Cainey, Private Chastfield, L/Corporal Rapson, Private Hatherley, Drummer Jones, Corporal McNaught-Davis, Private Pavey, Private Shorey and Sergeant Churn. Seated from left to right are Bandsman Taylor, Signalman Hill, Bandsman Calloway, L/Corporal Milen, 2nd Lieutenant H N Hoare, Captain W E Ludford, 2nd Lieutenant G F Woolnough, Sergeant Hemus, L/Corporal Howard-Jones, L/Corporal Fenton and Private McCormick. [Boy Rogers won the Victoria Cross during the 2nd World War in Italy

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of members of the Corporals Mess waiting to go on parade at Floriana for the midnight flag lowering ceremony of Independence in Malta, 1962. (L to R) L/Corporal B. Pavey, Corporal W Morris, Corporal R Carter, Corporal M Green, Corporal B Lambell. [Image not good]

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1st Bn, Duke of Edinburgh?s Royal Regiment - A black and white photograph of Private Dennis Moloney (Right) from Melksham, Wiltshire and Corporal Brian Pavey from Devizes taking a break in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, 1969.

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