The Bruces were led by the Great Sword of Robert the Bruce with its escort of the Canadian Elgin Regiment, the Duries with their banner and shield. The Quaich Ceremony followed the introducitons - report to follow.
General Dunford was in Scotland to visit British bases in the area and speak with UK defence officials on a wide range of defence topics. He was invited by his UK counterpart, British Chief of Defence Staff Air Chief Marshal Stuart Peach, to visit the tattoo and take the salute.“I didn’t realize how big the tattoo was when I accepted,” Dunford said during an interview on a flight back to Washington. “I learned.”