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The Regiment has always been a proud member of a much larger family - essentially the Brigade of Gurkhas but more widely as an integral part the British Army itself. The 7th Duke Of Edinburgh's Rifle Regiment is an active member of the Gurkha Brigade Association which is not only made up of all the old Indian Army Gurkha Regiments and antecedent Regiments of the present Royal Gurkha Rifles, but also the Gurkha units of the various Corps in the British Army, thereby maintaining past and present Gurkha military family links.

 

200 Years of Service to the Crown http://www.gurkha200.co.uk
Brigade of Gurkhas http://www.gurkhabde.com/ 
Gurkha Brigade Association http://www.army.mod.uk/gurkhas/associations.aspx
Royal Gurkha Rifles http://www.army.mod.uk/infantry/regiments/royal-gurkha-rifles/default.aspx
Royal Gurkha Rifles Association www.rgrra.com
The Gurkha Welfare Trust http://www.gwt.org.uk/
Gurkha Museum, UK http://www.thegurkhamuseum.co.uk/
The Band of the Brigade of Gurkhas http://www.gurkhafestivalofmusic.co.uk/
2nd King Edwards VII's Own Gurkhas http://www.2ndgoorkhas.com
6th Queen Elizabeth's Own Gurkha Rifles http://www.6thgurkhas.org
10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles http://www.10gr.com/
Gurkha Welfare Scheme, Nepal http://www.hqgws.org/
The Himalayan Beacon http://www.thehimalayanbeacon.com/
Gurkha News http://www.gurkhas.com
Commonwealth War Graves Commission http://www.cwgc.org/
The War Graves Photographic Project http://twgpp.org/
The South Atlantic Medal Association 1982 www.sama82.org.uk

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