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Three Reehals prepare for the coronation of King Charles III

Patch and Ben Reehal, (1986-94) and (1986-96) respectively, are busy preparing for the coronation of King Charles III.

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(Left)  Lieutenant Colonel Ben Reehal RLC, as Commanding Officer 27 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, is responsible for the execution of the logistic plan.

(Centre). Brigadier Patch Reehal MBE, (Late Royal Logistic Corps), as Commander 101 Operational Sustainment Brigade is responsible for the planning and command of the Military logistic plan for the Coronation of King Charles III.

(Right). Marine Patch Reehal RM, of 42 Commando Royal Marines is on parade and marching as part of the Royal Marines Commando Coronation Squad.

Marine Reehal is Brigadier Reehal’s eldest son, and his brother Charlie is currently half way through his Royal Marine Commando training course at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines, Lympstone.

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