Our Purpose

National Old & Anciant Hawks – Annual Reunion Club

Our aim is to perpetuate the memory of the 14th/20th King’s HussarsIf ever you marched behind our Guidon, you are most welcome. If you did not we equally welcome you in visiting us.

During many years of service together in the Regiment a bond has been created which we will never allow to be broken until the last one of us is standing. The members of Noah’s ARC are proud of our history, and proud of our parent Regiment The King’s Royal Hussars. But it was as the 14th/20th King’s Hussars we served, and it is as the 14th/20th King’s Hussars we will always remain.


Our aim is met in several ways:

  1. Our Annual Reunion is held every year between April and May (Click here to view details)

  2. Our Annual Newsletter – Sent out to over 650 members between September/November.

  3. Our Website Forum – Keeping our worldwide members in touch on a daily (24/7) basis.

We are extremely proud of other activities in which we have been involved:

  1. 2000 – Noah’s ARC led the project (in collaboration with BACSA) for the restoration of the site and graves at Ramnuggar. Click for details

  2. Noah’s ARC have made a commitment to the Mayor, Governors, and people of Medicina to maintain a close relationship. Click for details

Noah’s ARC maintains regular contact with:

  1. The Chairman of the King’s Royal Hussars Regimental Association

  2. The Chairman of the 6th Gurkha Rifles Regimental Association Click for details

  1. Luigi Trevisan – our ‘Honorary Hawk’ in Italy.

Other related organisations:

  1. Shiners Club – 10th Royal Hussars (PWO) Click for details

  2. Cherrypickers – 11th Hussars (PAO) Click for details

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Noah’s ARC is the home of all those that served in The 14th/20th King’s Hussars – the finest Regiment of the British Army in which anyone would ever want to serve. The Regiment was amalgamated in 1992 with the Royal Hussars (PWO) to become one of todays Royal Armoured Corps regiments The King’s Royal Hussars. But today we are proud to boast possibly the largest ex-members club of old comrades from any Regiment past or present.

Our aim is to perpetuate the memory of the 14th/20th King’s Hussars and if ever you marched behind our Guidon you are most welcome to join us. If you did not, we equally welcome you in visiting us.

Our Purpose