Dancing horses, bagpipes and big guns - it can only be the British Military Tournament, which is taking place at Earls Court this weekend. This year the spectacle is marking the life and times of Her Majesty the Queen in this her Diamond jubilee year.
Hundreds of servicemen and women from the Armed Forces are taking part, raising vital funds for military charities. Our correspondent Liz Wickham went behind the scenes as final preparations were underway.
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