Hundreds of people are expected to gather in London's Parliament Square today for a rally in support of a former Royal Marine from Taunton who was jailed for killing a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan.
Former Sergeant Alexander Blackman - also known as Marine A - was jailed for life after being convicted of murdering the wounded Afghan captive in September 2011. The MoD has banned military men and women from attending the rally as it has been labelled as a political protest.
A former marine, who helped organise tomorrow's rally for Alexander Blackman, says the MoD's response is "very, very disappointing".
John Davies says he's not surprised that military personnel will face disciplinary action if they show support for the Royal Marine from Taunton jailed for murdering an Afghan insurgent.
He claims 1400 people are expected to attend tomorrows march:
Injured Royal Marines based in Somerset have been taking part in the annual Rehabilitation Triathlon.
More than 150 competitors swam, cycled and rowed in the event in Devon.
It helps many of them to come to terms with their disabilities. Corporal Paul Vice from the Royal Marines has been speaking to ITV news.
A former Royal Marine from Somerset has said it was an honour to serve with Prince Harry.
Ben McBean from Plymouth, who lost an arm and a leg in a blast in Afghanistan, was dubbed a hero by the prince, who has announced that he's leaving the armed forces later this year.
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.