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The Army takes part in and hosts many public events throughout the year, from musical spectaculars to displays of some of the most up to date equipment in use today by armed forces around the world.
Soldiers embark on an epic 24,000 nautical mile voyage in a test of endurance and stamina as HM Sail Training Craft 'Discoverer' sails from Gosport on Ex PACIFIC LONGBOW.
Ceremonial duties are an important part of Army history and tradition, and all soldiers undertaking this role are highly trained who also play an important part in military operations worldwide.
The Changing of the Guard is a popular London tourist attraction.
State visits are formal visits to the UK by Heads of State from overseas, with the aim of strengthening Britain's relationships with other countries.
Each year the Sovereign drives in State to Westminster for the State Opening of Parliament and is accompanied by various elements of Household Division.
Exercise WYVERN TOR is a large scale military deployment which facilitates the biggest outward bound challenge for young people anywhere in the UK.
Beating Retreat has its origins in the early years of organised warfare when the beating of drums and the parading of Post Guards heralded the closing of camp gates and the lowering of flags at the end of the day.
The official birthday of the Sovereign is marked each year by a military parade and march-past, known as Trooping the Colour taking place on Horse Guards Parade, Whitehall.
30 June 2018
Armed Forces Day is a chance to show your support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families, veterans and cadets.
13 October 2018
Exercise CAMBRIAN PATROL is the premier patrolling event of the British Army which is held in Wales and hosted by 160 Infantry Brigade.