Saturday 25 June 2016

Armed Forces Day

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Exmouth – 25 June 2016

Exmouth Armed Forces Day

The site is easily accessible form the Exmouth Rail/Bus station. Coaches are permitted to drop off on site (Rolle St Bus Stop. The site is level and wheelchair friendly. Toilets are also locally available. Their will be a Parade of Veterans and Cadet Forces. On completion the event will be…

Norwich – 20 June 2016

Armed Forces Day Flag Raising Service

We shall gather at the lower flag pole outside City Hall and on the pavement, at the beginning of the week leading up to ‘National Armed Forces Day’ to raise our flag and remember all those who have given their lives in the service of their country, together with those…

Lochgilphead – 18 June 2016

Lochgilphead Armed Forces Day

The ONLY Armed Forces Day in Argyll & Bute Saturday 18th June 2016 at 11:45am. The Front Green Lochgilphead Commemorating the 10 years since the Royal Regiment of Scotland was formed. At 12 noon, there will be a parade at 12 noon, of Veterans, Serving Personnel and Cadets from Drill…

Ledbury – 25 June 2016


On 25 June 2016 Herefordshire’s commemoration of the centenary of the events of 1916 will take place in the centre of Ledbury. Today’s armed forces are planned to be represented by The Guard and Colours of HMS LEDBURY, a detachment of 10 Platoon 6 Rifles and detachments from the county’s…

Banbury – 25 June 2016

Banbury Armed Forces Day Military Pageant

The afternoon will be a celebration of all that is good and exciting about the Army Reserves, Banbury & District Sea Cadets, Banbury Army Cadet forces and Air Training Corps Cadets. All forces will showcase their organisation. The Army Reserves will stage a logistics battle scene, the Sea Cadets hope…

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Trooper Karl Lynch of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards is keeping his cool down under ahead of the Military Tattoo in Melbourne.

Trooper Karl Lynch, of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, pictured in Melbourne with Monica Simich-Pene and Kawama Waititi from Te Whanau-a-Apanui from New Zealand and Jona Togaavi from The Republic of Fiji Military Forces Band. (White tuba) Representatives from each of the nations participating at this week's Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at Melbourne's Etihad Stadium gathered today on the banks of the Yarra River to support the strengthening of links between those countries. International performers from Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, Tonga and the United Kingdom came together for the first time ahead of entertaining 265,000 spectators over 5 performances which begin this Friday Feb 12th. Be an Army Piper and see the world!

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Here's how to make flipping marvellous pancakes... British Army style! ...

Are you ready for Pancake Day tomorrow? Sergeant Paul Maidment, 1RRF, tells us how to make the perfect pancake. Private VS Tushria, RLC Chef, sifts, whisks, fries and flips for Pancake Day 2016. What's your favourite topping?

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Can you tell a Diamond Loop from a Champagne Split?

The leader of the RAF Red Arrows is answering all your questions on Reddit this afternoon from 4.30!

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Shoutout for Redditors: The RAF Red Arrows' 'Red 1', Sqn Ldr Dave Montenegro, will be hosting an AMA tomorrow - Tuesday 8 Feb @1630GMT. #redditarrows #askmeanything

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