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Why the long face
Why the long face
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Blues and Royals at Horse Guards
Blues and Royals at Horse Guards
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Jackal 2s and a Coyote vehicle of A Squadron The Light Dragoons
Jackal 2s and a Coyote vehicle of A Squadron The Light Dragoons
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AJAX Armoured Vehicle at a 3 Div Combined Arms Manoeuvre Demonstration
AJAX Armoured Vehicle at a 3 Div Combined Arms Manoeuvre Demonstration
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Exercise Noble Jump 2017
Exercise Noble Jump 2017
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Female Trumpeter of the The Band of The Household Cavalry
Female Trumpeter of the The Band of The Household Cavalry
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AAC Wildcat Mk1
AAC Wildcat Mk1
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Snow in Whitehall 2010
Snow in Whitehall 2010
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NATO Bridging Operation In Germany
NATO Bridging Operation In Germany
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Duke of Cambridge Takes the Salute for his First Colonelis Review
Duke of Cambridge Takes the Salute for his First Colonelis Review
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Queens Cavalry Ready for Summer of Ceremonial
Queens Cavalry Ready for Summer of Ceremonial
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Household Cavalry Regiment on Ex Iron Scout 3 on Salisbury Plain
Household Cavalry Regiment on Ex Iron Scout 3 on Salisbury Plain
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Blues and Royals at Horse Guards Featured Print

Blues and Royals at Horse Guards

Pictured are Blues and Royals horses at Horse Guards.
The Blues and Royals were formed in 1969 from an amalgamation of the  Royal Horse Guards, which was known as "the Blues" or "the Oxford Blues", and the Royal Dragoons, which was known as "the Royals".
As a result of the Options for Change Review in 1991, the Blues and Royals formed a union for operational purposes with the Life Guards as the Household Cavalry Regiment.
However, they each maintain their regimental identity, with distinct uniforms and traditions, and their own colonel. The Blues and Royals currently has two reconnaissance squadrons in Windsor, which are part of the Household Cavalry Regiment, and a mounted squadron in London as part of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment.
Instead of being known as the Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons, the regiment is known as the Blues and Royals and is therefore the only regiment in the British Army to be officially known by their nickname as opposed to their full name.
On ceremonial occasions, the Blues and Royals wear a blue tunic (inherited from the Royal Horse Guards, also known as "the Blues"), a metal cuirass, and a matching helmet with a red plume worn unbound, and against popular belief the regiment's farriers wear a red plume like the rest of the regiment but do not wear the metal cuirass. In addition, the Blues and Royals wear their chin strap under their chin, as opposed to the Life Guards, who wear it below their lower lip.
On service dress, the Blues and Royals wear a blue lanyard on the left shoulder, as well as a Sam Browne belt containing a whistle. In most dress orders, the Waterloo Eagle is worn on the left arm as part of dress traditions. 
The Blues and Royals, as part of the Household Division, does not use the Order of the Bath Star for its officer rank pips, but rather the Order of the Garter Star

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Westcountry Army Reservists Call in Chinook Helicopter during Dynamic Training Weekend
Westcountry Army Reservists Call in Chinook Helicopter during Dynamic Training Weekend
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State Visit of The President of The Republic of Colombia rehearsal
State Visit of The President of The Republic of Colombia rehearsal
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Combined Arms Manouvre Demonstration 2016
Combined Arms Manouvre Demonstration 2016
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NATO capability enhancement training in Estonia
NATO capability enhancement training in Estonia
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Army Engineers Train for Ops on the Thames Amid Historic Race
Army Engineers Train for Ops on the Thames Amid Historic Race
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Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting
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FUCHS reconnaissance vehicle being put through its paces by Falcon Squadron Royal
FUCHS reconnaissance vehicle being put through its paces by Falcon Squadron Royal
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Gunners on Target for Exercise Steel Sabre in Northumberland
Gunners on Target for Exercise Steel Sabre in Northumberland
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The “Midlands Gunners” Firepower Lights up Northern Hills
The “Midlands Gunners” Firepower Lights up Northern Hills
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QUIS SEPARABIT? Irish Guards together again for St Patricks Day Parade
QUIS SEPARABIT? Irish Guards together again for St Patricks Day Parade
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CSS battlegroup supporting the First Fusilier Battlegroup at Batus
CSS battlegroup supporting the First Fusilier Battlegroup at Batus
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Ex Venerable Gauntlet
Ex Venerable Gauntlet
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Ex Venerable Gauntlet Featured Print

Ex Venerable Gauntlet

Pictured is a Challenger 2 Main Battle Tank taking part in Exercise VENRABLE GAUNTLET.
Over 3000 personnel from 14 NATO countries took part in the UK's national validation exercise for the NATO Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (Land) 2017 (VJTF(L)17).
Each of the 14 troop contributing nations in attendance had elements of the personnel and equipment they would deploy with the VJTF(L). This allows the NATO partners to test and demonstrate their interoperability and the unique capabilities they provide.
Artillery from Force Troop Command operated with Spanish artillery demonstrating their ability to fire on targets identified and co-ordinated by British and Norwegian reconnaissance patrols.
British, Danish and Polish infantry worked together to ensure that the Armoured, Mechanised and Light Role Battle Groups could communicate and operate together, supported by a multinational engineer group, reconnaissance patrols and attack helicopters.
The Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) consists of around 20, 000 personnel and includes Land, Air, Maritime and Special Forces components.
The Land Component is known as the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (Land) (VJTF(L)).
The VJTF is part of NATO's enhanced NATO Response Force (eNRF) which was agreed at the 2014 Wales NATO Summit when allies decided to enhance the previous NRF to strengthen the Alliance's collective defence and ensure that NATO has the right forces in the right place at the right time

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Armed Forces Provide Glittering Ceremony for State Opening of Parliament
Armed Forces Provide Glittering Ceremony for State Opening of Parliament
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Precision, Splendour, Discipline and Excellence Britains Troops Celebrate the 90T
Precision, Splendour, Discipline and Excellence Britains Troops Celebrate the 90T
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100 years of the RAF
100 years of the RAF
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The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen
The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen
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Chinooks celebrate the 100th anniversaries of 18(B) and 27 Squadron from RAF Odiham
Chinooks celebrate the 100th anniversaries of 18(B) and 27 Squadron from RAF Odiham
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Early Morning Rehearsal for State Opening of Parliament
Early Morning Rehearsal for State Opening of Parliament
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