Royal Highland Fusiliers

Nemo Me Impune Lacessit “No One Assails Me With Impunity”

Recruiting Area
Glasgow and Ayrshire

The Royal Highland Fusiliers can trace its origins as far back as 1768. However this title, as the regiment was known from 1959-2006, was an amalgamation of The Royal Scots Fusiliers and The Highland Light Infantry.

The recruiting area of Glasgow and the lower West Coast gives the R.H.F. its distinctive, proud, friendly, determined, ‘no nonsense’ characteristics. The Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed Regimental Headquarters and Museum is operated by the Regimental Secretary and located near Charing Cross at Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow. The battalion’s recruitment team is also based at Walcheren Barracks in the Maryhill district of Glasgow.

As part of the Delivering Security in a Changing World Review of the Armed Forces, the regiment was amalgamated with the other regiments of the Scottish Division to become part of the Royal Regiment of Scotland which was formed on 28 March 2006.

Regimental Pipe Music
March Past in Quick Time:
Highland Laddie

March Past in Slow Time:
My Home

Company March:
A Company – The Mucking of Geordie’s Byre
B Company – The Bugle Horn
C Company – McDonald’s Awa to the Wars
D Company – Bonnie Dundee
S Company – Orange and Blue
HQ Company – Scotland the Brave

Lochaber No More

Regimental Guest Night:
Highland Laddie
The 71st’s Quick Step
The 74th’s Slow March

Allied and Affiliated Regiments
South Africa:
Prince Alfred’s Guard

The Highland Fusiliers of Canada

New Zealand:
1st Battalion Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment

11th Battalion the Baluch Regiment