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Begone Dull Care - Quick March of the Royal Corps of Signals
 
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The Royal Corps of Signals (often simply known as the Royal Signals - abbreviated to R SIGNALS) is one of the combat support arms of the British Army. Signals units are among the first into action, providing the battlefield communications and information systems essential to all operations. Colloquially referred to by some as "Siggies". Royal Signals units provide the full telecommunications infrastructure for the Army wherever they operate in the world. Their Quick March is known as, "Begone Dull Care" and is performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals. ► Like my videos? Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/alasdair?ty=h ►Have a look at a selection of some of my best videos https://goo.gl/JTE4tS
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HRH The Princess Royal (Slow March of the Royal Corps of Signals)
 
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Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Views: 756 Sam Watson
Swift and Sure.ROYAL CORPS of SIGNALS
 
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L.Stanley.The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Views: 2523 harrybeef
Royal Signals - Pass Off Parade - 5 Troop - 11th Signal Regiment - August 1987
 
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Royal Signals - Pass Off Parade - 5 Troop - 11th Signal Regiment - August 1987
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Canadian Army Newsreel, No. 26 (1944) - extract: Royal Canadian Corps of Signals
 
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The Canadian Army Newsreels were ten-minute films, made up of a number of different stories and produced by the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit. The newsreels covered many aspects of Army life and activities but this extract is made to focus on the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals. Description: The Princess Royal, the Colonel-in-Chief of Signal Corps, inspects her troops and is driven down a road flanked with cheering soldiers.
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The Sphinx & Dragon.CORPS of SIGNALS
 
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The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
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Royal Corps Of Signals (1938)
 
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Catterick, North Yorkshire. Various shots of the Royal Corps of Signals rehearsing a motorbike formation riding display that they will also perform at the Royal Tournament, the Empire Exhibition and the Northern Command Tattoo. A crowd of people watches the display. The men are wearing white boiler suits and dark helmets and do several balancing stunts on the bikes. FILM ID:959.45 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 346 British Pathé
Raf Association march. Royal Corps of signals
 
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A.Sims.The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
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The Band Of The Royal Logistic Corps
 
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The Band Of The Royal Logistic Corps perform a selection from Fiddler on The Roof at The Wiltshire Music Centre.
Views: 1559 Jonathan
The Band of The Royal logistic Corps
 
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The RLC Band at Kneller Hall during The Army Arts Festival in May 2017
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Coventry Dragons v Royal Signals 08 04 18
 
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Coventry Dragons 28-26 Royal Signals
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RAVC 100th MM 27 7 2018 - 2
 
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Royal Army Veterinary Corps Centenary Parade, Melton Mowbray Friday 27 July 2018
Views: 713 Graham Eustace
Royal Marines Press Up Test
 
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I decided to attempt the Royal Marines pressup test. It's a test to a beep and is done on the Potential Royal Marines course, and throughout their training. I used a small rock for my chest to touch, the arms must be shoulder width apart, and upper arms against the side of the torso, feet together and arms must fully extend and chest touch the rock for it to count. (In the actual test it's a fist not a rock) Give this a try and see how you get on, would be great practice if you were looking to join up. Rules : 1) hands must be shoulder width apart 2) upper arms must stay against the torso 3) chest must go down to touch a fist sized object on the floor below 4) arms must be fully extended at the top of the moment 5) must stay within the beep Please like and subscribe plenty more videos coming Home gym equipment that I recommend: Bodylastics https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00281YAJG/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=6738&creativeASIN=B00281YAJG&linkCode=as2&tag=muscleworld-21&linkId=ec738df6aadbeda04ea3b2ab768e4961 Really good bit of kit - Multi Function Pull Up Frame http://amzn.to/2How4YB alternative: http://amzn.to/2DkMBKq
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Royal Marines Commandos March - Sarie Marais
 
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The Royal Marines (RM) are the marine corps and amphibious infantry of the United Kingdom. "Sarie Marais" was adopted in 1953 as the offical march of the Royal Marines Commandos and is played after the Regimental March on ceremonial occasions. Performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Views: 483534 TheMarches09
The Duchess of Kent (Slow March of the Royal Corps of Engineers)
 
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Regimental Band of the Coldstream Guards
Views: 473 Sam Watson
The Royal Artillery Slow March (Slow March of the Royal Horse Artillery)
 
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Band of the Royal Corps of Signals (Also known as the Duchess of Kent)
Views: 853 Sam Watson
Vimy Ridge.Corps Of Signals
 
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Played by The Band Of The Royal Corps Of Signals Composed by T.Bidgood Taken from "The Signaller"
Views: 2058 British Marches
Royal Logistic Corps (Quick March)
 
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The Royal Logistic Corps is the British Army corps that provides the logistic support for the Army. It is the largest corps in the British Army. Quick march: "On Parade" Performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Views: 88571 TheMarches09
Op Pallister.Royal Logistics Corps
 
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A.R.Ellis.The Band of the Royal Logistics Corps
Views: 856 harrybeef
Action Support.CORPS of SIGNALS
 
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Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
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Royal Signals (Northern) Band
 
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The Royal Signals Northern Band play at an Army Benevolent Fund event held at Laurelvale Cricket Club, Co Armagh, Northern Ireland.
Views: 1686 rje888
The Castle Guard.Royal Logistics Corps
 
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M.Walters.The Band of the Royal Logistics Corps
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Princess Royal Visits Headquarters Northern Forces in Europe - 1955
 
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Signal Regiment, troops parade, WRACS (Women's Royal Army Corps) parade, royal visits. LS of the Princess Royal (Princess Mary) arriving at army camp and shaking hands with welcoming party including General Fladgate (sp?) and Colonel Docker. MS of civilians watching. Princess Royal inspects troops. CU of group of women and children smiling and waving flags. Princess visits an army home - married quarters - of Mrs Pearson. LS of the Princess meeting army wives and being driven around base in diplomatic car. Various shots of members of the 14th battalion of the Women's Royal Army Corps getting ready for parade. Corporal Graham and Lance Corporal Naylor (sp?) standing to attention. CU of C.S.M. Kerney (sp?). Princess Royal inspects W.R.A.C.s. CU of WRAC saluting. LS of marching band. LS of WRACs marching. Caithness barracks. LAS of banner reading: "Welcome to our Colonel in Chief". BOAR troops are inspected by Princess Royal. March past on parade ground. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ba6dd94ec32046cbbd5de58146409f78 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 2232 British Movietone
Royal Signals Band Reunion  K
 
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Royal Signals Reunion Band 2007
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The Duke of York (Slow March of the Yorkshire Regiment)
 
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Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Views: 252 Sam Watson
King's Royal Hussars (Quick March)
 
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The King's Royal Hussars (KRH) is a cavalry regiment of the British Army. Quick March: "The King's Royal Hussars" Performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Views: 83886 TheMarches09
West Point. CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS
 
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P.H.Egner.The Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers
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Signals at the Palace
 
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The Royal Corps of Signals Play at Buckingham Palace
Views: 6162 David McVeigh
The comtemptibles.ROYAL MARINES
 
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L.Stanley.The Bnad of H.M.Royal Marines
Views: 3957 harrybeef
ARMY! Be The Best (British Army Tribute)
 
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This is a tribute film for all those men and women serving in the forces and civillian services. Cavalry Household Cavalry Household Cavalry Regiment and Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment The Life Guards The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons) Royal Armoured Corps Heavy Cavalry 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers and Greys) The Royal Dragoon Guards The King's Royal Hussars Light Cavalry The Queen's Royal Hussars (The Queen's Own and Royal Irish) 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's) The Light Dragoons The Queen's Royal Lancers The Royal Tank Regiment 1st Royal Tank Regiment 2nd Royal Tank Regiment Infantry Foot GuardsGrenadier Guards - 1 battalion Coldstream Guards - 1 battalion Scots Guards - 1 battalion Irish Guards - 1 battalion Welsh Guards - 1 battalion The London Regiment - 1 battalion Line Infantry and RiflesThe Royal Regiment of Scotland - 5 + 2 battalions The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires) - 2 + 1 battalions The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's Lancashire and Border) - 2 + 1 battalions The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers - 2 + 1 battalions The Royal Anglian Regiment - 2 + 1 battalions The Yorkshire Regiment (14th/15th, 19th and 33rd/76th Foot) - 3 + 1 battalions The Royal Welsh - 2 + 1 battalions The Mercian Regiment- 3 + 1 battalions The Royal Irish Regiment (27th (Inniskilling) 83rd and 87th and The Ulster Defence Regiment) - 1 + 1 battalion The Parachute Regiment - 3 + 1 battalions[2] The Royal Gurkha Rifles - 2 battalions The Rifles - 5 + 2 battalions The Royal Gibraltar Regiment - 1 battalion Special Forces Special Air Service Regiment 1 + 2 regiments Special Reconnaissance Regiment Support Arms and Services Royal Regiment of Artillery Corps of Royal Engineers Royal Corps of Signals Army Air Corps Intelligence Corps Services Royal Army Chaplains Department Royal Logistic Corps Royal Army Medical Corps Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Adjutant General's Corps Royal Army Veterinary Corps Small Arms School Corps Royal Army Dental Corps Royal Army Physical Training Corps General Service Corps Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps Corps of Army Music Music Author : faXcooL Sample : Transformers - The Score - Scorponok Made with : ACID Pro / Fruity Loops
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The US Army Signal Corps Band: Trombone Quintet--"The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"
 
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As part of a recital performed on March 12, 2015 at Wesley United Methodist Church in Evans, Georgia, the US Army Signal Corps Band Trombone Quintet performed an arrangement of Simon and Garfunkel's classic "The 59th Street Bridge Song," better known as "Feelin' Groovy." This arrangement was made by SSG David Proctor, one of the bass trombonists in the group. Originally appearing on the duo's 1966 album "Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme," it was covered the next year by the group Harpers Bizarre. THE US ARMY SIGNAL CORPS BAND TROMBONE QUINTET SGT Michael Shomo, tenor SPC Andrew Bednarz, tenor SSG Cliff Miller, tenor SSG David Proctor, bass 1SG Robert T. Lynch, bass
Views: 2740 David Proctor
ARMY! Be The Best!  (British army tribute)
 
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This is a tribute film for all those men and women serving in the forces and civillian services. Cavalry Household Cavalry Household Cavalry Regiment and Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment The Life Guards The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons) Royal Armoured Corps Heavy Cavalry 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers and Greys) The Royal Dragoon Guards The King's Royal Hussars Light Cavalry The Queen's Royal Hussars (The Queen's Own and Royal Irish) 9th/12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's) The Light Dragoons The Queen's Royal Lancers The Royal Tank Regiment 1st Royal Tank Regiment 2nd Royal Tank Regiment Infantry Foot GuardsGrenadier Guards - 1 battalion Coldstream Guards - 1 battalion Scots Guards - 1 battalion Irish Guards - 1 battalion Welsh Guards - 1 battalion The London Regiment - 1 battalion Line Infantry and RiflesThe Royal Regiment of Scotland - 5 + 2 battalions The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires) - 2 + 1 battalions The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's Lancashire and Border) - 2 + 1 battalions The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers - 2 + 1 battalions The Royal Anglian Regiment - 2 + 1 battalions The Yorkshire Regiment (14th/15th, 19th and 33rd/76th Foot) - 3 + 1 battalions The Royal Welsh - 2 + 1 battalions The Mercian Regiment- 3 + 1 battalions The Royal Irish Regiment (27th (Inniskilling) 83rd and 87th and The Ulster Defence Regiment) - 1 + 1 battalion The Parachute Regiment - 3 + 1 battalions[2] The Royal Gurkha Rifles - 2 battalions The Rifles - 5 + 2 battalions The Royal Gibraltar Regiment - 1 battalion Special Forces Special Air Service Regiment 1 + 2 regiments Special Reconnaissance Regiment Support Arms and Services Royal Regiment of Artillery Corps of Royal Engineers Royal Corps of Signals Army Air Corps Intelligence Corps Services Royal Army Chaplains Department Royal Logistic Corps Royal Army Medical Corps Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Adjutant General's Corps Royal Army Veterinary Corps Small Arms School Corps Royal Army Dental Corps Royal Army Physical Training Corps General Service Corps Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps Corps of Army Music Music Author : faXcooL Sample : Transformers - The Score - Scorponok Made with : ACID Pro / Fruity Loops
Views: 2553 TheTributerTron
The King's Royal Hussars (Quick March of the King's Royal Hussars)
 
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Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Views: 694 Sam Watson
Meeting Princess Anne (AKA The Princess Royal)
 
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Meeting Princess Anne (The Princess Royal), the Future of Food at The City Food Lecture, how to network (networking tips) and how to beat shyness all feature in today's lifestyle vlog from Patrick Drake at the60secondlife.com (and just in case you'd like to know a little more about this fascinating member of our Royal Family here goes: The Princess Royal, the second child and only daughter of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, was born at Clarence House, London, on 15 August 1950, when her mother was Princess Elizabeth, heir presumptive to the throne. She was baptised Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise at Buckingham Palace on 21 October 1950. She received the title Princess Royal from The Queen in June 1987; she was previously known as Princess Anne. Her Royal Highness is the seventh holder of the title. The Princess started her education in Buckingham Palace where The Queen had moved with her family shortly after her accession. In 1962, Her Royal Highness made a private educational visit to France and the following year she joined Benenden School, a boarding school in Kent. The Princess began to undertake public engagements alone when she was eighteen, having left school. The Princess Royal is President or Patron of some 340 organisations. She is also Commandant-in-Chief of the St John Ambulance (Youth), Colonel-in-Chief of The King's Royal Hussars, The Royal Corps of Signals, The Royal Logistic Corps and The Royal Army Veterinary Corps. She is also Colonel of The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons) and Royal Colonel, The Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, and Royal Colonel, 52nd Lowland, 6th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (TA), Chief Commandant for Women in the Royal Navy, Commandant-in-Chief of The First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (The Princess Royal's Volunteers Corps), Honorary Air Commodore, Royal Air Force Brize Norton and Colonel in Chief of a number of Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Regiments. She was elected as Chancellor of the University of London in 1981 in succession to her grandmother, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. She has also been Chancellor of the of the University of Edinburgh since March 2011, the University of Highlands and Islands since October and Harper Adams University since December 2013. The Princess is also a Past Master of a number of City Livery Companies.)
Views: 4965 Patrick Drake
Duke of Wellington's Regiment (Quick March)
 
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The Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding) was an infantry regiment of the British Army, forming part of the King's Division. On 6 June, 2006 the regiment was amalgamated with the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire and The Green Howards to form the Yorkshire Regiment. Their quick march was, "The Wellesley". Performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Views: 77058 TheMarches09
The Black Horse.BLUES & ROYALS
 
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J.Ord Hume.The Band of the Blues & Royals
Views: 2429 harrybeef
Milanollo - Quick March of the Coldstream Guards
 
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The Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, also known simply as the Coldstream Guards, is a regiment of the British Army, part of the Guards Division or Household Division. The quick march is known as "Milanollo". Performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals. ► Like my videos? Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/alasdair?ty=h ►Have a look at a selection of some of my best videos https://goo.gl/JTE4tS
Views: 18000 Some folk
Basel Tattoo 2009 March On
 
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Basel Tattoo 2009 - Delta Police Pipe Band, German Pipes and Drums, Pipes and Drums of the 1st Tank Regiment, P&D of the Royal British Legion, Amsterdam, P&D of the Royal Corps of Signals, P&D of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, Queen Victoria School Pipe Band, Royal Army of Oman P&D, South Australia P&D, Swiss Highlanders, Temuka PIpe Band (more)
Views: 7653 davemark79
The pride O' them A'. Royal Corps of Transport.
 
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The Band of the Royal Corps of Transport
Views: 5236 harrybeef
Royal Irish Regiment - Killaloe
 
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The Royal Irish Regiment is an infantry unit of the British Army and the only remaining Irish regiment of the line. Killaloe is the Regimental Quick March of the Royal Irish Regiment. Performed by the Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Views: 93390 TheMarches09
long medley.BLUES & ROYALS
 
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Band of the blues & royals
Views: 6428 harrybeef
Basel Tattoo 2009 Tattoo Set
 
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Basel Tattoo 2009 - Delta Police Pipe Band, German Pipes and Drums, Pipes and Drums of the 1st Tank Regiment, P&D of the Royal British Legion, Amsterdam, P&D of the Royal Corps of Signals, P&D of the Royal Highland Fusiliers, Queen Victoria School Pipe Band, Royal Army of Oman P&D, South Australia P&D, Swiss Highlanders, Temuka PIpe Band
Views: 3803 davemark79
IMMS-UK: Kneller Hall Summer Concert - August 1994
 
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Principal Director of Music, Lt Col Roger Tomlinson's last concert before retiring from the Army in 1994. Joining the students of the Royal Military School of Music at Kneller Hall were two of his former bands, The band of the Royal Corps of Signals and the band of the Blues and Royals.
Views: 3221 IMMS UK
Royal Engineers vs Royal Artillery Highlights 5-3-14
 
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Best viewed in 720p HQ Filmed & Edited By J. Fowke Highlights from the Army Corps Championship game between the Royal Engineers & Royal Artillery, Chatham 5/3/14. www.sapperrugby.com www.jpfsportsmedia.org.uk
Views: 1159 Jonathan Fowke
CRHnews - Essex Yeomanry guard duty Chelmsford Museum
 
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The Essex Yeomanry is a yeomanry regiment of the British Army. The Essex Yeomanry was raised in 1797 and remains part of the current British Army order of battle. The regiment recruits volunteers from the county of Essex in the East of England. The Essex Yeomanry was raised in 1797 during the Napoleonic Wars as a number of independent troops. The regiment was brought together as the "Essex Yeomanry Cavalry" in 1814. The regiment was disbanded in 1828, but with the expansion of the volunteer movement in the 1850s the regiment was re-raised as the "West Essex Yeomanry Cavalry" in 1857. The regiment was disbanded again in 1877, but an "Essex Troop" continued to serve under command of the "Loyal Suffolk Hussars". Today the Essex Yeomanry tradition is continued through the men and women of the Territorial Army who serve as members of 70 (Essex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, which forms part of 71 Yeomanry Signal Regiment in the Royal Corps of Signals. The squadron headquarters and 881 Troop are located in Chelmsford with 882 Troop based in Harlow. Members of the squadron still wear the Green Beret of the Essex Yeomanry and are liable for active duty under the Reserve Forces Act 1996. In recent years, soldiers from the Squadron have contributed to defensive, humanitarian and peacekeeping operations in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq. Following the announcement of Royal Signals Territorial Army restructuring on Tuesday 28th April 2009 in the Houses of Parliament, 70 (Essex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron amalagated with 68 (Inns of Court & City Yeomanry) Signal Squadron to form 68 (Inns of Court, City & Essex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron with TA Centres at Chelmsford, Lincoln's Inn and Whipps Cross. With the closure of Harlow TA Centre on 1st October 2009 and Squadron's amalagation, 907 (Essex Yeomanry) Signal Troop was formed at Chelmsford TA Centre. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essex_Yeomanry
Views: 1571 Make Love Not War
The Wellesley (Quick March of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment)
 
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Band of the Royal Corps of Signals
Views: 220 Sam Watson
Highlights - Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo - International Tattoo - Musical Tattoo Event Scotland
 
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Live event coverage from the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in the year 2007 which features a wide mix of musical acts from international performers. Subscribe to my channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BlueOrcaDigitalTV Watch this video and more in the 'My Videos' playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUvAv2FgLlwCqPlCwmB_TmCPGAGYf8aU9 Highlights - Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo - International Tattoo - Musical Tattoo Event Scotland Credits: Producer/Camera Operator/Editor/Distributor: Alan Taylor; https://www.youtube.com/c/BlueOrcaDigitalTV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MSYrj5btHY Special Thanks: Alan Smith, Marketing Manager of the Tattoo Video Shot on Hi8s Visit my channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/blueorcadigitaltv Subscribe to receive new videos in your feed: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=BlueOrcaDigitalTV http://www.edintattoo.co.uk/ Music Recorded Live, Event Filmed with Permission t=#1m07s - Massed Pipes and Drums t=#5m08s - Taiwan Girls Honour Corps t=#7m19s - Middlesex County Volunteers t=#8m38s - Highland Dancers t=#10m48s - Imps Motorcycle Display Team t=#15m16s - Russian Moscow Conservatoire t=#18m52s - Mounted Band of the Blues & Royals t=#21m34s - Trinidad and Tobago Steel Drums t=#28m28s - Massed Bands, Royal Artillery Originating from Scotland comes the sights and sounds of the 2007 Edinburgh Military Tattoo in Scotland's capital during the International Edinburgh Festival during August which annually features acts from across the globe who perform on the castle esplanade of Edinburgh Castle. This year's participants include; The Massed Pipes & Drums which at this year's event includes of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, the Royal Corps of Signals, the Black Watch regiment, 3rd Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland, the 2nd Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles, Scottish Universities Officer Training Corps, the New Zealand's Auckland Police, from Australia the Royal Caledonian Society and last but not least the Royal Army of Oman, eight bands in all. More international acts performing at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo include the Taipei First Girl's Senior High School Honour Guard and Drum Corps in additon to the Fifes and Drums of the Middlesex County Volunteers band from Massachusetts then followed up by the Massed Commonwealth Highland Dancers, the spectacular Imps Motorcycle Display Team from London's East End, the impressive Russian Moscow Conservatoire, the ever popular Trinidad & Tobago Defence Steel Orchestra and Drums plus the Mounted Band of the Blues & Royals. The Tattoo finale begins accompanied by the sound of the Massed Military Bands consisting of the Light Cavalry Band, Royal Artillery Regimental Band, the Band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland (which has now replaced the Lowland and Highland Bands of the Scottish Division) who join with the entire cast to celebrate the Diamond Wedding Anniversary of Her Majesty the Queen and HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh joined by the Tattoo Choir providing a truly memorable show. Recognisable tunes heard at this years Scottish Tattoo include 'La Boum' and 'Everything I do I do it for you' in addition to the traditonal ending with the Hym for 2007 being a tune called the Barren Rocks of Aden. This is then followed by the Last Post and Lone Piper playing the Crags of Tumbledown. A burst of fireworks then brings the show performance to a close where the grand British Massed Military Bands make their journey down the famous Royal Mile performing the tune Scotland the Brave plus We're No Awa' to Bide Awa and the unforgetable Black Bear which traditionally plays at the close of each performance of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Edinburgh's Tattoo is full of colour and spectacle with an atmosphere second to none which makes it one of the top events to see during the summer break whether you are a resident to Edinburgh or seeing the show as a visitor from overseas sitting on the grandstands looking over Edinburgh Castle and the City. There is a Tattoo Shop selling merchandise based on Market Street near Edinburgh's Waverley Station and Royal Mile within the City Centre where you can buy CD's, DVD's and other items from the event which includes recordings of past performances which I would recommend. There's even a few VHS tapes dating back to the early 1990's worth purchasing. I would personally recommend the 1997, 2000 and 2002 performances. I originally produced this video making use of my Hi8 camera I was gifted by a member of the Edinburgh Cine and Video Society. Before I attended the night of the shoot, I sought out the Marketing Manager for the Edinburgh Tattoo, Alan Smith to ask for permission to film a short video of the event. https://www.youtube.com/c/BlueOrcaDigitalTV © Alan Andrew Taylor 2007
Views: 16787 BlueOrcaDigitalTV
The Royal Scots (Quick March)
 
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The Royal Scots was the oldest and most senior infantry regiment of the line in the British Army, having been raised in 1633 during the reign of Charles I of Scotland. The regiment existed until 2006, when it merged with the King's Own Scottish Borderers to become the Royal Scots Borderers. Their quick march was, "Dumbarton's Drums". Performed by The Band of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Views: 41991 TheMarches09
Grey and Scarlet (Quick March of Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps)
 
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Regimental Band of the Irish Guards
Views: 161 Sam Watson