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A pipe band is a musical ensemble consisting of pipers and drummers. The term used by military pipe bands, pipes and drums, is also common. The most common form of pipe band, the Scottish/Irish Pipe Bands, consists of a section of pipers playing the great highland bagpipe, a section of snare drummers (often referred to as 'side drummers'), several tenor drummers and usually one, though occasionally two, bass drummers. The entire drum section is known collectively as the drum corps.

In recognition of their sacrifice, the soldiers were buried with full military honours under two headstones as ‘One unknown Soldier of the Machine Gun Corps and Three Unknown Soldiers of the Great War' With the Regiment paying tribute by providing a bugler and piper from the Regimental Pipes and drums. The New Regimental Standard was marched onto parade by WO2 (RQT) Caldwell The service was also attended by British Defence Staff, a representative of The Machine Gun Corps Association and local dignitaries

The Bugles, Pipes and Drums of The Royal Irish Regiment. The Band of the Prince of Wales’ Division. The Band of the Adjutant General’s Corps. In the build up to The Military Festival of Music we’ve worked very closely with Cardiff City Council to create a spectacular addition to the Volvo Ocean Race stopover and June 2 is also an opportunity for people to meet their Army and find out more about what we do.

The regiment was formed as 102 (Ulster and Scottish) Light Air Defence Regiment Royal Artillery (Volunteers) in 1967. Its units initially were Headquarters Battery at Newtownards, 206 (Ulster) Light Air Defence Battery at Coleraine and 207 (Scottish) Light Air Defence Battery in Glasgow  . Immediately prior to disbandment its batteries were as follows: Headquarters Battery, based at Newtownards - Suspended Animation. 206 (Coleraine) Battery, based at Coleraine - transferred to 105th Regiment Royal Artillery. 215 (North Down) Battery, based at Newtownards - Suspended Animation. a b c d e f "Royal Regiment of Artillery, Volunteer Regiments". Archived from the original on 15 March 2004. Retrieved 12 May 2014. "The constant drive to recruit more part-time soldiers".

105th Regiment Royal Artillery. 105th Regiment Royal Artillery, sometimes known as The Scottish & Ulster Gunners, is part of the Army Reserve and has sub-units throughout Northern Ireland and Scotland.

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