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Can You Spot The Twelve British Soldiers Hiding In This Photo?

by : UNILAD on : 10 Feb 2017 11:17
Facebook/British Army

I spy with my little eye… Absolutely nothing.

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This incredible photo of a Brunei jungle has gone viral, and if you’re wondering why, it’s because there are 12 members of the British Army camouflaged in it.

The unit posted the photograph along with others on its social media accounts as part of its specialist training regime and Close Target Reconnaissance training.

Close Target Reconnaissance

Close Target Reconnaissance is what the Household Cavalry Regiment does best. The intelligence gathered by this complex, deadly art will determine the British Army’s success in battle. The Cavalry are honing vital skills in the Brunei jungle that could ultimately save lives on future operations.

Posted by British Army on Sunday, January 22, 2017

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Close Target Reconnaissance is what the Household Cavalry Regiment does best. The intelligence gathered by this complex, deadly art will determine the British Army’s success in battle. The Cavalry are honing vital skills in the Brunei jungle that could ultimately save lives on future operations.

The unit are currently in Brunei on a one month-long exercise to improve reconnaissance and patrolling skills in the world’s harshest environment.

The world famous regiment dates back to 1660 and consists of The Life Guards and The Blues and Royals.

For those of you struggling to spot any of the cunningly disguised regiment, here’s where they’re hiding:

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The Household Cavalry in particular serves as the Queen’s official bodyguard and is part of the Household Division. The unit is made up of the two most senior regiments of the British Army, namely the Blues and Royals and the Life Guards.

Notable members include Prince William and Prince Harry, who were both members of the Blues and Royals, and singer James Blunt, who served in the Life Guards.

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