Warfare in News
Posted on Monday 21st May
Around 3,000 troops from the Royal Navy, the Army and the Royal Air Force took part in the event, honouring the bond between the Queen and personnel of the armed forces. Honouring the sovereign with such a parade has long been a British tradition.
The troops marched through Windsor town before gathering in the Castle grounds where the Queen, who is head of the armed forces, gave an address.
A flypast of 78 current and historic aircraft took place at the conclusion of the celebrations.
The Royal Air Force At Home(Hardback - 352 pages)
by Ian Smith Watson
Military public relations endeavours ultimately seek to build a sense of common interests and aims, and so generally foster good relations with the people they defend, and there in ensure a stable society. The armed forces when engaging on any public relations exercise, have traditionally sought to provide an entertaining spectacle. For years this has been typified by parades, bands, mock battles, drill displays and other relevant feats of military prowess which have captured the… Read more...
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