Around 70 soldiers from the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment joined veterans to take part in a Freedom of the City Parade in Brighton.
The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment, nick-named 'The Tigers', is the South East of England's infantry Regiment and recruits solely from counties in the region.
It's made up of two Regular Army Battalions - 1 PWRR and 2 PWRR - and a Reserve Battalion - 3 PWRR. Members of all three Battalions have served on operations in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Regiment has a long and distinguished history having been involved in virtually every theatre of war since The Battle of Trafalgar in 1662. It is the most decorated of all British Army regiments, with 57 Victoria Crosses awarded.
Around 70 soldiers from the Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment have taken part in a Freedom of the City Parade in Brighton.
Captain Steve Gibbs from Ist Battalion, Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment said he felt uplifted by the public's support.
Serving soldiers have joined veterans across our region to mark Armed Forces Day.
It's the sixth year the event has been held nationally to raise awareness of the contribution made by those who serve and have served - while also showing support for the Armed Forces community.
In Reading, there were displays and demonstrations as twenty five veterans received their HM Armed Forces Veterans Badge. ITV Meridian spoke to Captain Mark Nicholls from 11 Training Battalion, REME.
Armed Forces Day in Brighton is being marked with a Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Freedom of the City Parade.
Soldiers from the 1st Battalion PWRR and the Band of the Blues and Royals will step off from the Peace Statue on Hove seafront and follow a route along the seafront, West Street and North Street before arriving in New Road around 11.20am.
This will be followed by a parade and inspection in New Road joined by veterans organisations and cadets.
Events will continue in New Road during the afternoon from noon to 4pm, and include performances of vintage and wartime music from Vintage 5 Live & Rockabellas, information stands, and children’s performances in the Unitarian church, New Road.
Hundreds of people attended the Armed Forces summer fair event in Hasting's today. We spoke to the organiser, Charles Flisher and Captain Steve Hall from the Territorial Army.
Thousands of people across the region turned out to mark Armed Forces Day yesterday, but today celebrations continued with a summer fair in Hastings yesterday.
The event in Alexandra Park paid tribute to the bravery of service men and women. It's also an important recruitment opportunity for the Territorial Army.
Portsmouth-based ships and personnel will be taking part in events held by the City Council and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard celebrating Armed Forces Day in the region.
Some 120 sailors from ships and units in the Portsmouth area will parade through the city on June 27 and two warships will be open to the public free of charge at the Naval Base on the weekend of June 29 and 30.