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Captain Sir Tom 'delighted' by Army training college honour

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Captain Sir Tom 'delighted' by Army training college honour

Captain Sir Tom 'delighted' by Army training college honour

Captain Sir Tom Moore said it is "truly a great honour" to be made honorarycolonel of an Army training college as he visited the military establishmentas part of his new role.

The 100-year-old Second World War veteran told juniorsoldiers to take full advantage of the "outstanding" Army Foundation Collegein Harrogate, North Yorkshire, as he was shown around the facility on Monday.


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