U.S. Marines And 29th Commando Regiment Royal Artillery Train Together In Twentynine Palms
Units from the U.S. and British Armed Forces are among the most feared, respected, disciplined, and accomplished in military history. Among these, U.S. Marines and the Royal Artillery are some of the most storied. So when you put members from each of the units together, there could be always history ready to be made.
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On this video, U.S. Marines with the 1st Marine Division work alongside members of the British Army’s 29th Commando Regiment Royal Artillery during a live fire exercise at Twentynine Palms, CA. Service members from Battery I, 3rd Battalion, 11th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division and 8 (Alma) Commando Battery, 29th Commando Regiment Royal Artillery put “fire in the hole”, always ready to stand and serve at a moment’s notice.
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