Her Majesty’s Services: A Brief Guide to British Armed Forces Ranks

Generalised UK Army rank 1890 to present, including majority of Commonwealth nations, largely unchanged today. Single chevron = Lance Corporal not private First Class. Some elite Regiments have Lance Sergents and Staff Corporals.

British Military History Info-graphic - interesting

The Evolution of Army Kit - Brithish Soldier Equipment Through Recent Major Conflicts Infographic

British Army Soldier in Full Combat Dress in Afghanistan by Defence Images, via Flickr

British Army Soldier in Full Kit in Afghanistan MOD 45152579 - Modern equipment of the British Army - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Article on female British soldiers in Afghanistan. Captain Alice Homer is an officer with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. She has just spent six months running a small section of soldiers in Camp Bastion

It's a girl's life in the Army! Portraits from the Afghan frontline show how female troops are winning hearts and minds in Afghanistan

Military suitcase: Afghanistan Article on female British soldiers in Afghanistan. Captain Alice Homer is an officer with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. She has just spent six months running a small section of soldiers in Camp Bastion

Jack, hero dog with the British army in Afghanistan

Jack the springer spaniel, the bomb-sniffer dog who's saved his master's life... again and again

royalmilitary:    Royal Marines, Falklands war - 30Th Anniversary

royalmilitary: Royal Marines, Falklands war - Anniversary guerra das malvinas -argentina e grã bretãnha

Great Britain's Royal Marine Commandos

Great Britain's Royal Marine Commandos

Second Lieutenant Walter Tull was the first black British Army officer. (1888-1918)

Walter Tull was one of Britain’s first black footballers who played for Northampton Town and Tottenham Hotspur and became the first black officer to lead British troops into battle in the first world war.

A Jackal Armoured Vehicle is put through it's paces in the desert at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. The Jackal or MWMIK (pronounced EmWimmick) or Mobility Weapon-Mounted Installation Kit is a family of vehicles designed and developed by Supacat Ltd at their factory in Honiton, Devon (UK) for use by the British Army.  The primary role of the vehicle in the British Army is deep battlespace reconnaissance, rapid assault and fire support - roles where mobility, endurance and manoeuvrability are…

A Jackal Armoured Vehicle is put through it's paces in the desert at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan. The Jackal or MWMIK (

This is the military insignia for the ranks of the British Army during the Second World War, included on cap badges & collar gorget patches.

The Chindits – In 1943

In 1943 – The First Expedition The Indian Infantry Brigade Commander – Brigadier Charles Orde Wingate, DSO (Ex-Royal Artillery) Brigade Major – Maj.

Vickers machine guns of the British 7th Battalion Cheshire Regiment, 1st Division, at Aubigny-au-Bac, France. (March 23, 1940, F 3273)

ڿڰۣ(̆̃̃♥✌✞Vickers machine guns of the British Battalion Cheshire Regiment, Division, at Aubigny-au-Bac, France.

British Army cap badges for Infantry Regiments (as of 2005)

BEF - This collection of current British regiment badges can be used to assist in determining vintage badges.

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