Green Beret


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a soldier who is a member of the United States Army Special Forces

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BERET GOOD: Ian Cullen and Karl Anderson from Liverpool, who have been awarded their green berets
That goal is to finish training as a Royal Marine Commando and to be awarded the coveted Green Beret.
Liam said: "Commando training is well-known for its intensity but everything we do is progressive which enables people with all standards of fitness to achieve the final goal and that is to finish training as a Royal Marine Commando and to be awarded the coveted Green Beret.
Aidy said: "Commando training is well known for its intensity but everything we do is progressive which enables people with all standards of fitness to achieve the final goal, which is to finish training as a Royal Marine Commando, and to be awarded the green beret.
Before joining the spirits industry, Hunt served as an officer in the UK Ministry of Defense's Royal Marine Commando division, earning a Green Beret.
A ROYAL Marine has battled back from a horrific motorbike crash to present a green beret to his son.
a 27-year-old Green Beret with plenty of military patches on his sleeve, including a combat patch he earned fighting in Bosnia.
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After 32 weeks of training, there are four gruelling Commando tests he must pass in order to win his honorary Green Beret.
THE elite Royal Marines corps today welcomed the first woman to earn its coveted green beret.
COVENTRY soldier Jonathon Kilbane (right) wears his Green Beret with pride, after successfully completing the Royal Marine Commando training.
A NUNEATON teenager has come through the hardest initial army training in the world to achieve the coveted green beret.
Veterans Bob Kellar, a former Green Beret, and Charles Clark, president of the Santa Clarita Valley Veterans Memorial Committee, want to encourage young people - from fresh-faced Cub Scouts to ramrod-straight students in reserve officers training - to think of the meaning of Memorial Day.
Dad Michael, from Liverpool said: "David was proud to be a Royal Marine and wear the coveted green beret which he worked so hard to gain.