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  • Name of Tartan:
    205 (Scottish) Field Hospital (Mil.)
  • ITI Number: 8371
  • Category: Military
  • Designer / Source: Kinloch Anderson
  • Date: Jan 2008
  • Notes: Asymmetric. The unit can trace its origins to the Volunteer Medical Staff Companies formed in the nineteeth century. These saw service in the Boer War. Following the formation of the Territorial Army in 1908 units saw service in the World Wars. 205 (Scottish) Field Hospital (V) is the only TA formation to have served in both the Gulf wars. The unit tartan has for some years been Graham of Montrose, worn originally by the Pipes and Drums of the 2nd Scottish General Hospital from 1920. Now added is the deep cherry red of the RAMC, the dark green of the RADC and the grey and scarlet of the QARANC. These are the three medical elements of the Field Hospital. SRT listed two red shades but their graphic only shows one, the darker.
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  • 205 (Scottish) Field Hospital (Mil.)
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