Various - Royal Air Force Bands - Great Marches mp3 album
Album · 2008 · 24 Songs. Royal Air Force Brass and Wind Bands 3. 2006. Sousa: Music for Wind Band, Vol. 14. 2014. 13 (Arr. Keith Brion for Wind Band). When the Guards Are On Parade. The Band of the Grenadier Guards. Music for Rememberance. The Band of the Irish Guards. Best of Brass Fifty Favourites. Bands of HM Royal Marines & Grenadier Guards. German Military Marches. The German Air Force Band.
Band of the Royal Air Force Germany. Band of the Corps of Royal Engineers.
Royal Air Force- 2nd Tactical Air Force, 1943-1945. jpg 670 800; 74 KB. Royal Air Force- France, 1939-1940 C343. jpg 800 619; 76 KB. Salon Orchestra of the Central Band of the Royal Air Force (7156422731). jpg 2,128 1,416; . 8 MB. Saxophones Images MOD 45160324. jpg 1,500 2,100; . 1 MB. Troops Taking Part in Lord Mayor's Show in London 2010 MOD 45152051. php?title Category:Royal Air Force bands&oldid 242837402". Categories: Military bands of the United Kingdom
He is currently Vice-Chairman of the Royal Air Force Music Services Association, a member of the International Military Music Society (IMMS), and Musical Director of the Thames Television Big Band. List of marching bands. This is a list of marching bands. The RAF Regiment Gunners are personnel trained in various disciplines such as infantry tactics, force protection, field craft, sniper, support Special Forces operations, CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear) defence, equipped with advanced vehicles and detection measures. RAF Regiment instructors are responsible for training all Royal Air Force personnel in basic force protection such as first aid, weapon handling and CBRN skills. These main military bands contain within their ranks the Royal Air Force Squadronnaires, Royal Air Force Swing Wing and Royal Air Force Shades of Blue.
Royal Air Force, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.
The Royal Air Force uniform is the standardised military dress worn by members of the Royal Air Force. The predominant colours of Royal Air Force uniforms are blue-grey and Wedgwood blue. Many Commonwealth air forces' uniforms are also based on the RAF pattern, but with nationality shoulder flashes. Cadets of the RAFAC which includes the ATC and CCF (RAF) Sections wear similar uniforms. The RAF currently numbers the various uniforms which may be worn.
|1||–Band Of The RAF Germany||The Skywriter|
|2||–Band Of The RAF Germany||Berliner Luft|
|3||–Band Of The RAF Germany||Old Comrades|
|4||–Band Of The RAF Germany||B.B. & C.F. (British Bandsman & Contest Field)|
|5||–Band Of The Royal Air Force College, Cranwell||Pomp & Circumstance March No. 1|
|6||–Band Of The Royal Air Force College, Cranwell||Crown Imperial|
|7||–Band Of The Royal Air Force College, Cranwell||The Stars & Stripes Forever|
|8||–Band Of The Royal Air Force College, Cranwell||St. Louis Blues March|
|9||–Band Of The Royal Air Force College, Cranwell||Knightsbridge March|
|10||–Band Of The Royal Air Force College, Cranwell||Things To Come|
|11||–The Western Band Of The RAF||Blue Devils|
|12||–The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force||The Jolly Airman|
|13||–The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force||The Jaguar|
|14||–The Central Band Of The Royal Air Force||Flying Review|
|15||–Massed Bands Of The RAF*||Under The Allied Banner|
|16||–The Band Of The RAF Regiment||RAF March Past|