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The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment

Formed on 1st July 2006 from the King's Own Royal Border Regiment, The King's Regiment, the Queen's Lancashire Regiment and the Lancastrian and Cumbrian Volunteers, the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment has been created as a result of the 'Future Infantry Structure' of the British Army.

The cap badge incorporates aspects of the former regiments, as do the Battle Honours and the symbols on the Colours.

The provisional design for the Queen's Colour is below.

The provisional design for the Regimental Colour is below.

2006 Trustees of the King's Own Royal Regiment Museum