This battle is celebrated by the Regiment in commemoration of the action of the 22nd Foot, against the combined armies of the Baluchi Ameers of Scinde, and the Sikhs of the Punjab, in India (now Pakistan).
All ranks wear oak leaves on their head dress on this day.
This battle is celebrated by the Regiment to commemorate the action by the 80th Foot (Staffordshire Volunteers) against the Sikhs of the Punjab in the First Sikh War. CSgt Kirkland captured the Sikh “Black Standard,” and this can be seen today in the Regimental Chapel at Lichfield Cathedral.
In commemoration of this event, the battalion Colours are entrusted to the Warrant Officers and Sergeants Mess on Ferozeshah Day.
This battle is celebrated by the Regiment in commemoration of the action by the 95th Foot at the Alma in the Crimea. When both Colour Ensigns were struck down the Regimental Colour was seized by Pte Keenan and carried to and planted on the Great Redoubt.
In commemoration, the Regimental Colour is entrusted to a private soldier to troop through the ranks of the battalion on Alma Day.