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The RMP Flag, Capbadge, and Cipher are all © Crown Copyright, All Rights Reserved: Their use is intended, in part, for our continuing research and understanding in how the RMP were deployed during Provost Operations and Exercises in the period 1960 through 1989. No copyright infringement is intended, or should be inferred. All rights, registered marks, etc are recognised.

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Disclaimers & notes:

The Military Ranks that the members display are most emphatically NOT real, and are used as "props" to help the static stands and scenarios we put on display.

Payment of Compliments (Salutes) to Officers whether real Armed Forces Officers or other Re-Enactors displaying the rank of an officer for scenario benefit, are recognition of the Queens' Commission (even if simulated in Living History), and are therefore justified. Note that in a tactical environment, Salutes are most definately NOT performed - they tend to attract enemy snipers rather effectively!

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