'Killaloe', becomes the Regimental Quick March of The Royal Irish Rangers.

Event
Thursday, August 31, 1972

Army Order Number 54/1972 directed that 'Killaloe' became the Regimental Quick March of The Royal Irish Rangers. It replaced the previous Regimental Quick March which was a musical arrangement of 'Rory O'Moore', 'St Patrick's Day' and 'Garryowen'.

The Royal Irish Rangers Regimental Orders Serial Number 13, dated 9 October 1972, referred to Army Order Number 54/1972 and promulgated 'Killaloe' as the new Regimental Quick March. The order was signed by the Colonel of The Royal Irish Rangers, Lieutenant General Sir Ian C Harris KBE CB DSO.

For the origin, history and current use of the Regimental March click on Killaloe.