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Derek 'Dusty' Hocking; 1981 - 1989

2nd Battalion, The Royal Anglian Regiment (The Poachers)

'Dusty' was injured when a bomb went off in a Garage on Garton Street (The Bogside) in Northern Ireland on 12 November 1981.

Dusty Hocking and Pte Peters - orienteering - Catterick The Garage in Garton Square after the explosion Remains of the bomb Schrapnel from the booby-trap that injured 'Dusty' Hocking M1 Garrand Rifle found by Dusty Hocking during a house search of the Creggan, 1982 Pte Leadbetter (machine gunner), L/Cpl 'Dusty' Hocking and Pte Van der Walt - digging.  Starvation exercise, Brecon, 1983. Patrolling Site of decoy deployment (Cruise Missiles) to fool Greenham Common protestors. War Memorial, Lincoln High Street, 1989 Charlie Donnor, Derek Hocking and Alan Sleaford. Standard Party, Lincoln War Memorial, 1989. VE Day parade - Zetten (Nederland) 1997 Wally Hibberd and Derek Hocking with the shields which were presented to Arnhem Scouts Derek Hocking presenting a shield to Arkela (Arnhem Scouts).  The shields were made by Ralph Chapman. Laying wreaths at Oosterbeek Cemetary, with Arnhem Scouts Northern Ireland Campaign Medal