It was a great day for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines to compete at this historic event with excellent support from spectators and competitors

PTI Sgt Mason

At day’s end The Commando helicopter Force personnel finished 3rd in the Tug of War and 4th in the Relay. Representing the Commando Helicopter Force in front of Her Majesty at such an incredible venue, and as part of such an historical and prestigious event has been a wonderful experience and the West Country can be proud that it has been well represented. 

The Commando Helicopter Force Commanding Officer Colonel Lenny Brown RM (a Glaswegian) attended the event to support his men and also participated in the Relay.

CHF Unit PTI Sgt Mason said, "It was a great day for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines to compete at this historic event with excellent support from spectators and competitors."