UK’s Prince Harry sees commandos go through their grueling paces




LONDON – Britain’s Prince Harry visited a Royal Marine Commando division on Wednesday to see them in movement and present new recruits with the distinguished Green Beret that marks the completion of their teaching.

Harry, Duke of Sussex and Captain General of the Royal Marines, will witness the simulated rescue of a stranded pilot by the 42 Commando Royal Marines all through his go to to their base in Bickleigh, southwest England.

He will then see the final word check out for model new recruits – a 30-mile march to be completed in 8 hours whereas carrying 40 kilos (18 kg) of equipment each – sooner than presenting the inexperienced berets to mark the tip of commando teaching.

The Royal Marines are Britain’s elite amphibious combating drive and are deployed to a couple of probably the most dangerous conflicts on the planet.

Harry, who married Meghan Markle ultimate yr, took over the operate of their symbolic head from his grandfather Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, in December 2017. Earlier this month, Harry visited the marines in Norway.




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