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the Royal North West Mounted Police (RNWMP) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
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RCMP 11144 Wilfred George Lloyd - front and centre as Sergeant training with the other Members of No 1 Provost Coy at Aldershot. Lloyd joined the RCMP in 1931. He was Sgt Major at Depot from 1949-51.
On the outbreak of WWII he volunteered to join the newly formed No. 1 Provost Coy (RCMP).
He deployed to Brest in France in July 1940 with the 1 Cdn Inf Div but returned after 3 days. He then attended OCTU and from January 1941 to April 1942 was OC 1 Provost Company as a Capt. In April 1942 he became OC of 3 Cdn Inf Div Pro Coy and was subsequently DAPM 3 Cdn Inf Div as a Major deploying on D Day with the Division. He ended WW2 as APM 2 Cdn Corps, was awarded the MBE on 10 July 1945, and became CO of the Cdn Pro Corps Depot, Aldershot as a Lt Col before returning to Canada and the RCMP as a Corporal.
He subsequently served in Fredericton and Depot, was Sgt Maj HQ Ottawa in 1948 and then Sgt Maj at Depot from 1949 - 1951.
He was struck of strength of the RCMP in January 1952.
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1941 Aldershot, UK.
No 1 Provost Coy (RCMP) Capt. Wilfred Lloyd (left with map case under arm) confers with former RNWMP 5529, Major General George Pearkes, VC, at what appears to be a training exercise - the General's gas mask is at the "alert" position.