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David McIntosh is a British ex-military and security operative who became a television personality, actor, and fitness model. A former Royal Marines commando, he was a Gladiator on the Sky 1 TV series Gladiators, under the name Tornado.  32 more words

Women soldiers to serve in front-line combat units

Britain: Senior Whitehall source says that MoD is ‘leaning towards making the change’ to allow women in front-line combat units after a six-month review

British female troops share a joke as they wait for the 904 Expeditionary Air Wing’s sunset flag lowering and end of mission ceremony at Kandahar airfield, Afghanistan Photo: Matt Cardy/Getty Images… 828 more words


In the process of learning the intricacies of the cataloguing process, I have been poking my nose into one of the ongoing access projects. The Royal Marine attestation and discharge forms (ADM 157) bring together personal information from the point of joining (from 1790) and leaving the service, with some details regarding career, names of ships and stations intermingled with character and disciplinary reports. 219 more words



It was late in the afternoon at Marine Aviation Training Support Group-33 when a female Petty Officer First Class entered through the front hatch. She looked confused and somewhat distraught. 455 more words

Every Conflict

The Royal Marines - Presentation Morning 12th December 2014

On Friday 12th December, the Royal Marines Presentation Team will be coming in to The Dean Academy to give a presentation and run a fitness activity for students. 72 more words

What do Royal Marines & Thanksgiving have in common?

I’m an American living between Scotland and the US. And it’s great, except when Thanksgiving is near and I’m in Scotland.

Thanksgiving is a special dinner traditionally prepared on the fourth Thursday of November by almost every American family. 360 more words

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I should have been a Royal Marine

Join the royal marines. There are adverts all over the TV here in the UK, welcoming men to find their way within the ranks of the royal marines, whether as a full timer or part time alongside their civilian lives. 625 more words