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Recruiting for Uncle Sam in the January/February 2012 issue of The Armourer
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Latest IssuePacked into the November/December 2013 issue of The Armourer
A Fair Day’s Work
The Irish Constabulary Sawback Bayonet by Derek Complin
Legenda - A group of friends who search and recover fallen and missing soldiers of the battles of WWII. By Yngve Sjodin
Castles and Cap Badges - Goff Lumley looks at the origins of castles in British Army cap badges
Teaching the Army to Drive by David M Kellock
Minesweepers, Sub Chasers and Escort Vessels War Badge By Jamie Cross
John Player’s 1938 Military Uniforms - Ray Westlake recalls an early influence that lead to more than half-a-century of military research
The Carmarthenshire Stopline Exploring the Backdoor Defences of Britain in WWII by John Norris
The British Military Tournament - Spectacular new show for 2013 - and your chance to Win tickets!
The Japanese sub-machine gun - Type 100 (Model 1944) by Michael Heidler
BAYONET FACT FILE - A Sword Bayonet, c.1855-60, with links to Prussia, Belgium, Brazil and the USA
The work of the commonwealth war grave commission by Ken Rimell
Epaulettes and Shoulder Boards By Chris Flaherty
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