We hear from Lt Jack Carefoot and LCH Mark Doran of the Household Cavalry in Windsor. They are among the troops in training at a simulated terrorist camp near Rome.
Windsor-based troops have been put through their paces on a training exercise in Italy. Troops from D Squadron Household Cavalry took part in 'Exercise Eagle' testing the soldiers' reconnaissance and soldiering skills.
It was also a chance to share techniques and tactics with their Italian counterparts. It took place on a simulated terrorist camp at Monte Romano ranges, near Rome.
A group of six soldiers have been braving the chilly depths of Shepperton Lake in Middlesex for the past five days, to raise money for their injured comrades.
Night and day, the five men and one woman have powered a total of 250 miles - among them, Trooper Clifford O'Farrell, who nearly lost his legs in a blast in Afghanistan.
Our reporter Sharon Thomas joined the team as they swam into the record books:
Soldiers wounded in the war in Afghanistan have completed their five day swim around Shepperton Lake in Surrey this morning.
They have covered 250 miles to raise money for those injured in battle, with the funds going to the Household Cavalry Operational Casualties Fund.
They were greeted with champagne after they broke the open swimming world record on Thursday.
The swimming challenge was the brainchild of Trooper Clifford O'Farrell, whose legs were badly injured in an explosion in Afghanistan.
Six soldiers are taking part in a marathon 250-mile open water swim in order to raise funds for injured servicemen. They're taking it in turns to swim, round the clock, in a six-day relay at Shepperton Lake in Surrey.
One swimmer, Trooper Clifford O'Farrell, was himself severely injured in Afghanistan and is swimming as part of his rehabilitation.
London Tonight has been at the launch for this year's British Military Tournament.
Members of the armed forces rehearsed some of the routines that will be on show when the event takes place at Earls Court in December.