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Duke of Edinburgh at RUSI
On 17 May, RUSI hosted the 70th Anniversary celebration of the Cormorant Club in the company of HRH Duke of Edinburgh.
The Cormorant Club is the alumni association for joint military command and staff training in the UK. HRH Duke of Edinburgh is an Honorary Cormorant.
RUSI has two Cormorants on the staff: Peter Roberts and Ewan Lawson. Ewan is also a member of the Club Committee and has brought the Institute and Club together in a partnership aiming to enhance professional military education.
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