'Royal Marine Forces Volunteer Reserve'

The Royal Marine Forces Volunteer Reserve was formed in 1948 and was the forerunner of the Royal Marines Reserve, the title change to the latter taking place in 1966 [1]
 
R.M.F.V.R. Commando Wing [2].
R.M.F.V.R. Sea Service Wing  [3].
 
Extract from Commando Association newsletter 32 issued March 1961.
" I joined the R.M.F.V.R. (Commando Wing) two years ago and its just like old times. Our O.C. is also an ex Army Commando," writes Cpl. (now Sgt.) A. Munro (9 Cdo), H.M.S. Claverhouse, Leith, Edinburgh.
 
Extract from the Globe and Laurel Jan-Feb 1984 page 67.
"...was one of the first to volunteer for RMFVR, City of London, in the Sea Service Wing."
 
Sources
[1] RM Museum online chronology.
[2] CA Newsletter 32.
[3] Globe and Laurel Jan-Feb 1984 Obituaries.
 

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