The Queen honoured one of the Territorial Army’s longest serving civilian workers back in 1995.
Jack Haughton (65), of Camelon, retired from his job as a storekeeper at the Stirling depot of the 3/51 Highland Volunteers in 1994.
And just a year later he was presented with an Imperial Service Medal in recognition of his years of dedicated work.
Lieutenant Colonel J P Rennie, commanding officer of the 7/8 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, presented him with the medal and a certificate on behalf of the Queen.
Mr Haughton joined the Territorial Army as a civilian in 1955 with the former ordnance depot at Falkirk, transferring to Stirling seven years later, where he spent the rest of his working life.