Some famous faces have appeared on a video wishing the Royal Marines a happy 350th anniversary.
They include The Prime Minister, Bear Grylls, Harrison Ford, Ross Kemp, Caroline Quentin, Tom Hardy and Henry Cavill.
You can watch the video here.
Members of 40 Commando Royal Marines marched through Weston Super Mare today as they were awarded the Freedom of the Town.
Crowds lined the streets to pay tribute to the marines, who are also celebrating 350 years since they were formed. Kevin Langdon reports:
A Royal Marine convicted of murder for killing an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan will have his appeal heard by the High Court later today.
Sergeant Al Blackman from Taunton was found guilty by a court martial and given a life sentence with a minimum of 10 years.
A Royal Marine from Bath who serves in Taunton has been honoured for his bravery and skill while fighting in Afghanistan. Marine Tom Harrison from 40 Commando was among more than 100 members of the armed forces to be singled out for going above and beyond their role.
David Wood reports from the ceremony at the Tower of London.
The final group of Royal Marines from 40 Commando based near Taunton are spending the weekend with their families. Alpha Company flew back to Britain yesterday after completing a 6 month tour of duty.
The last Royal Marines from Taunton-based 40 Commando have returned home from Afghanistan this evening. A homecoming march will take place in Taunton next Thursday.
The last Royal Marines from Somerset-based 40 Commando are returning home from Afghanistan to Norton Manor camp in Taunton, marking the end of a decade of operations in the country.
22-year-old John Thornton was just a few weeks away from the end of his tour with 40 Commando five years ago when he was killed.
His diaries have just been published - alongside those of his older brother - who is still in the armed forces.