Passing out

The gloved hands of new recruits taking part in the Metropolitan Police Service's first passing-out parade on the redeveloped grounds at the Peel Centre in Hendon, north London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday September 9, 2016. Photo credit should read: Yui Mok/PA Wire

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The gloved hands of new recruits taking part in the Metropolitan Police Service’s first passing-out parade on the redeveloped grounds at the Peel Centre in Hendon, north London

The 1st Battalion of The Royal Welsh's newest recruit, Fusilier Llywelyn, with his Goat Major, Fusilier Matthew Owen, before a passing out ceremony at the Officer's Mess at Lucknow Barracks, onFriday in Wiltshire, England.  Fus Llywelyn is the latest in a long line of goats recruited by the regiment since 1844 when Queen Victoria presented the Royal Welsh Fusiliers with its first official Royal goat. The Regular and Reserve battalions have always recruited a goat from the Royal herd at the Great Orme, Llandudno. As well as his daily exercise regime working alongside the Goat Major, Llywelyn will be be involved in a host of official duties including leading the 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh on all ceremonial duties, leading parades and even an invitation to parade in London as part of the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations

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The 1st Battalion of The Royal Welsh’s newest recruit, Fusilier Llywelyn, with his Goat Major, Fusilier Matthew Owen, before a passing out ceremony at the Officer’s Mess at Lucknow Barracks, on Friday in Wiltshire, England. Fus Llywelyn is the latest in a long line of goats recruited by the regiment since 1844 when Queen Victoria presented the Royal Welsh Fusiliers with its first official Royal goat

India's Central Armed Police Forcesí Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) contigents...epa04006827 India's Central Armed Police Forcesí Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) contigent  performs during the passing out parade at their training headquarters near Bhopal, India on 03 January 2014. Around 415 cadets from all over the country took part in the convocation parad after completing a rigorous training programme. SSB is also celebrating its golden jubilee year of its foundation.  EPA/SANJEEV GUPTA

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India’s Central Armed Police Forces Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) contingent performs during the “passing out parade” at their training headquarters near Bhopal. Around 415 cadets from all over India took part in the parade, in the year SSB celebrates the golden jubilee of its foundation.