A British Royal Marine Chris Thrall reacts to video footage of his old PRMC training ground - and the decision that changed his life.
Chris Thrall is joined by four Royal Marines who undertook a mammoth sea born journey in aid of The Royal Marines Charity. Their own Cockleshell Endeavour.
A British Royal Marine Chris Thrall reacts to the notion that whey protein powder is good for health.
Shocking footage has emerged of elite SAS commandos dishing out a savage beating to a handsome Royal Marines. 'Who Dares Wins' - hah!
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Serving Royal Marines Commandos David Bruce and Sam Edwards together with former Royal Marines and recovering veterans Junior Mcilhiney and Will Schweppes rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, honouring the Cockleshell Heroes, to support of the Royal Marines Charity and raising almost £50,000
Brian Short joined the Royal Marines - not as a commando but a bandsman. The Royal Marines Band is the finest military marching band in the world, but this doesn't mean they don't go to war. In this emotional podcast Brian tells his traumatic story, dealing with both Argentine and British injured and dead.