British Army order of precedence

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The regular army of the British Army is listed according to an order of precedence for the purposes of parading.wikipedia
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Grenadier Guards

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It is the most senior regiment of the Guards Division and, as such, is the most senior regiment of infantry.

Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

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14) *3rd Battalion, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires)
The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (or PWRR, also known as 'the Tigers') is the senior English line infantry regiment of the British Army, part of the Queen's Division, and second only in line infantry order of precedence to the Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Household Cavalry

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Under ordinary circumstances, the Household Cavalry parades at the extreme right of the line.
In the British Army Order of Precedence, the Household Cavalry is always listed first and always parades at the extreme right of the line, save in cases that the guns of the Royal Horse Artillery are to be first in line during parades.

British Army

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The regular army of the British Army is listed according to an order of precedence for the purposes of parading.
British Army order of precedence

8th (The King's) Regiment of Foot

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The British Army implemented a numbering system in 1751 to reflect the seniority of a regiment by its date of creation, with the King's becoming the 8th (King's) Regiment of Foot in the order of precedence.

Royal Regiment of Scotland

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The Royal Regiment of Scotland is the senior and only Scottish line infantry regiment of the British Army Infantry.

52nd Lowland Volunteers

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12) *52nd Lowland, 6th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland
The 52nd Lowland Volunteers (52 LOWLAND) was a regiment and is now a battalion in the British Army's Army Reserve or reserve force in the Scottish Lowlands, forming the 6th Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, also known as 6 SCOTS. Due to its erstwhile association with the 1st Regiment of Foot, it is the senior Reserve line infantry battalion in the British Army.

Line infantry

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Line Infantry
It is linked to the order of precedence within the British Army and regimental pride, so for example Colonel Patrick Crowley states in the "introduction" in A Brief History of The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (2015):

Royal Bermuda Regiment

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The Royal Bermuda Regiment
Originally, the part-time reserve units in Bermuda, the Channel Islands and Malta had numbered collectively as 28th in the British Army order of precedence, but were ordered within that according to the order of precedence of their parent corps in the regular army.

Royal Artillery

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Royal Regiment of Artillery This meant, by example, that the Bermuda Militia Artillery (BMA), raised in 1895, as part of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, preceded the Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps (BVRC), raised in 1894.
In the British Army Order of Precedence, the Household Cavalry is always listed first and always parades at the extreme right of the line.

Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps

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This meant, by example, that the Bermuda Militia Artillery (BMA), raised in 1895, as part of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, preceded the Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps (BVRC), raised in 1894.
Originally, the part-time reserve units in Bermuda, the Channel Islands and Malta had numbered collectively as 28th in the British Army order of precedence, but were ordered within that according to the placement of their parent corps in the regular army.

Bermuda Militia Artillery

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This meant, by example, that the Bermuda Militia Artillery (BMA), raised in 1895, as part of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, preceded the Bermuda Volunteer Rifle Corps (BVRC), raised in 1894.
Originally, the part-time reserve units in Bermuda, the Channel Islands and Malta had numbered collectively as 28th in the British Army order of precedence, but were ordered within that according to the placement of their parent corps in the regular army.

Regular army

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The regular army of the British Army is listed according to an order of precedence for the purposes of parading.

Honourable Artillery Company

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Militia and Army Reserve units take precedence after Regular units with the exception of The Honourable Artillery Company and The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers.

Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers

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Militia and Army Reserve units take precedence after Regular units with the exception of The Honourable Artillery Company and The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers.

The Rifles

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The Rifles