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1 In 1912 the company was affiliated with the new formed 1st Cadet Battalion, The Monmouthshire Regiment.

2 In 1912 the company was affiliated with the new formed 1st Cadet Battalion, The Monmouthshire Regiment.

3 In 1912 the regiment was affiliated with the new formed 1st Cadet Battalion, The Monmouthshire Regiment.

4 The territorial battalions were as follows: In the Second World War, the following territorial battalions were formally made part of the KRRC: There were two cadet battalions: 1st Cadet Battalion, The King's Royal Rifle Corps and Queen Victoria's Rifles Cadet Corps (re-titled the 2nd Cadet Battalion, The King's Royal Rifle Corps in 1945).

5 The 1st Cadet Battalion owes its foundation to the Reverend Freeman Wills, who was commissioned into the Volunteer Army in the rank of captain on 26 July 1890.

6 On receiving his commission he decided to form a cadet company within the 1st Cadet Battalion, the Royal West Surrey Regiment.

7 In 1894 he applied to Prince George, Duke of Cambridge, Colonel-in-Chief, to affiliate to the Regiment, with the title of 1st Cadet Battalion, the King's Royal Rifle Corps.

8 The 1st Cadet Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps are the only Cadet Unit in the United Kingdom to have been granted such an honour and are permitted to wear the miniature 60th Cap Badge with the single Battle Honour, and call their Cadets "Riflemen".

9 This resulted in the disposal of the Headquarters of the 1st Cadet Battalion at 42 Sun Street.

10 In 1954, the Battalion office of the 'new' 1st Cadet Battalion was established at 56 Davies Street, where it remains to this day.

11 Today, the KRRC 1st Cadet Battalion still exists, with the following units making up the Battalion: All these ACF units are currently in the Middlesex and Northwest London Sector Army Cadet Force.