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WWI Royal Warwicks badge - Sutton Mandeville 3D Model
This is a photogrammetric model of the regimental cap badge of the Royal Warwickshire Regiment, which was cut into the hillside above Sutton Mandeville, Wiltshire, in the First World War. The training battalion of the Royal Warwicks was based at Sutton Mandeville from January to July 1916.
Although the badge was maintained for many years after WWI, it became increasingly overgrown from the 1980s/1990s onwards. In 2013 a project started in the village to reinstate the Royal Warwickshire Regiment badge and the nearby Shiny 7th badge in connection with the WWI centenary. In preparation, a photogrammetric survey of the badges was carried out by Callen Lenz using a drone; Wessex Archaeology created this 3D model. More details at email@example.com.