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Veterans parade to mark 50 years since Operation Banner.

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Veterans parade to mark 50 years since Operation Banner.

Veterans parade to mark 50 years since Operation Banner.

Veterans parade to mark 50 years since Operation Banner.

A service has been held near Belfast commemorating the British Army's decades-long deployment in Northern Ireland.

Sir Robert Pascoe led Operation Banner from 1985 to 1988, and returned to mark 50 years since deployment began.

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