The son of a famous prisoner of war - was among 200 officer cadets - passing out at Sandhurst today.
Guy Peters is the son of John Peters, a Tornado pilot shot down and imprisoned by the Iraqis in the first Gulf war. Clearly not deterred by military service - he was also awarded the Queen's medal for being one of the best of his year.
Rachel Hepworth was there to watch the next generation of officers who will command our soldiers here and abroad on 'Sovereign's Parade' - a highlight of the Sandhurst calendar.
The interviewees are: John Peters, Former RAF pilot and Guy Peters, Officer cadet.
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