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200 soldiers from Kineton Station in Warwickshire have been given the freedom of Warwick.
The station specialises in training bomb disposal experts who risk their lives in places like Iraq and Afghanistan.
More than a thousand people turned out to see the parade.
Crowds have lined the streets of Warwick today as 200 soldiers have been given the freedom of the town.
The parade began at Warwick Castle before ending at St Mary's Church for a special service.
The commemoration will include a parade led by the Band of the Royal Marines from Warwick Castle's Pageant Field to The Castle Courtyard, where medals will be presented to each of the servicemen and women.
200 soldiers from Warwickshire's Kineton Station will receive the freedom of Warwick today.
The parade will begin at Warwick Castle before marching through the town.Hundreds of local people are expected to line the streets and 2000 free tickets have been provided.
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200 servicemen and women will be given Freedom of Warwick today. 2,000 local people are expected to attend.