EM21 The Royal Marines in the 90s
|SIZE:||260 x 190 mm|
|INSIDE:||102 colour photographs|
Inheritors of the Commando tradition of World War II, the Royal Marines have proved themselves among the most versatile, hard-hitting troops in the world. The hard-earned green beret of the trained Commando is recognised as a badge of unusual military excellence the world over.
The Royal marines are trained and equipped for urban or wilderness operations alike, for intervention in arctic mountains, in jungle or in desert, and capable of rapid amphibious deployment anywhere, at any time.
This vivid photographic portrait is accompanied by a concise description of the organisation, equipment and missions of a vital element of NATO's rapid reaction forces.
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