Soldiers go Gangnam style in Afghanistan

The Headquarters Squadron of 21 Engineer Regiment, currently serving out in Afghanistan, have produced their version of Psy's 'Gangnam Style' to raise money for a local charity.

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Full Report: Soldiers do 'Afghan Style' for charity

Soldiers from Catterick in Afganistan have come up with their own version of the Worldwide hit Gangnam Style.

The Headquarters Squadron of 21 Engineer Regiment have produced the parody to raise money for Swaledale Mountain Rescue team.

The charity was chosen because one of the troops is a member of the rescue team.

You can see the full report from Claire Wilson below.

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For the full video from the soldiers doing 'Afghan Style' - watch below.

The Royal Engineers from Ripon, North Yorkshire, made the video at their base in Helmand Province to support the charity the soldiers have strong links to.

[Video filmed and produced by the British Forces Broadcasting Service in Afghanistan]

To donate to the Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team, or find out more about what the soldiers are doing for charity, click here.

Gangnam Style parody to raise money for Swaledale charity

A squadron from the 21 Engineer Regiment, who are currently serving out in Afghanistan, are doing something different for charity this Christmas.

The Headquarters Squadron has painstakingly produced a video parody of Psy's Gangnam Style over the past three months to raise money for a local charity.

The soldiers from 7 Headquarters and Support Squadron has been filming the video during periods of downtime and after work - finally launching their efforts this week.

Their aim is to raise the profile of the Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team - a local charity with whom they have strong links to.