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Pegasus Takes Pride of Place

Pegasus has taken pride of place on the tail of an RAF A400M Atlas transport aircraft. The tail art celebrates the proud history and operational partnership between Airborne Forces and the RAF’s transport aircraft, as we work together on

Air Assault Training

Paratroopers have been practising their air assault skills and helping to develop the next generation of RAF helicopter pilots.

16 Air Assault Brigade troops are training with Chinook helicopters from the RAF’s 28 Squadron, which trains pilots in tactical

EOKA – Cyprus 1954-1958

Former soldier Mr Philip Hulme is in the process of writing a screenplay which covers the EOKA Insurgency, Cyprus 1954-1958. He is keen to talk to any member of The Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces who was involved and willing …

Dakota Restoration Project

PARATROOPERS past and present were given a tour of a restored Second World War plane which holds a special place in the hearts of all airborne forces. Back in September our Eltham & Chislehurst branch visited Merville Bks, Colchester and …

The Parachute Regiment Freefall Display Team

It has been another great year for the Red Devils. Check out their 2016 video.

New Years Honours

Congratulations to the following Retired and Serving members of the Parachute Regiment who have been named in the ‘New Year’s Honours List’.

OBE (Civil)
Maxwell Pearse GANDELL, Senior Overseas Security Adviser, Estates and Security Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For …

PRA Website goes live

The PRA’s new website is now online. Find links to Regional Areas and full details of each PRA branch, information on forthcoming events and commemorations.

This site is for all Veterans of The Parachute Regiment and Airborne Forces as well …