Each week the editor chooses a picture captured from a social media platform.
Our picture shows cadets from this Battalion with Alasdair Hutton OBE, narrator for the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
Cadet Melissa Rodger currently on the Battalion battlefield study trip, lays a cross at the grave of her relative, Private Samuel Loudon Rodger.
Cadets from D Pl RHF attended the unveiling of a plaque at Nitshill train station dedicated to Sgt John Meikle MM VC a soldier who was awarded the VC posthumously for his gallantry at Marfaux, during the 4th Seaforth advance along the River Ardre, where he was killed in action on 20 July 1918.
Cadets from F Pl RHF are off to the battlefields of World War 1 to commemorate the Glasgow soldiers who lost their lives there.
This is the first of an occasional series where we ask members of the Battalion to relate their experience of life in the ACF. We, appropriately, start at the top, with the Commandant. Continue reading
As the improvements to the adult and cadet messes are almost complete, it seems an appropriate time to look back over the 30 or so years since the Dechmont Cadet Training Centre was opened to cadets for the first time, and see what has changed since then. Continue reading
All Glasgow Highlanders cadets will recognise Walcheren Barracks as the name of the Reserve Forces centre they are based at in Hotspur Street, Glasgow. Some may also know that Walcheren is an island off the coast of Holland Continue reading