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INDONESIA-USA/DEFENSE
RTSDDHM5 
November 21, 2022 
Indonesian army personnel hold flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets his Indonesian counterpart Prabowo Subianto, in Jakarta 
Indonesian army personnel hold flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, in Jakarta, Indonesia, November 21, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan 
INDONESIA-USA/DEFENSE
RTSDDHDL 
November 21, 2022 
Indonesian army personnel march holding flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets his Indonesian counterpart Prabowo Subianto, in Jakarta 
Indonesian army personnel march holding flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, in Jakarta, Indonesia, November 21, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan 
INDONESIA-USA/DEFENSE
RTSDDHDG 
November 21, 2022 
Indonesian army personnel hold flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets his Indonesian counterpart Prabowo Subianto, in Jakarta 
Indonesian army personnel hold flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, in Jakarta, Indonesia, November 21, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan 
INDONESIA-USA/DEFENSE
RTSDDH8L 
November 21, 2022 
Indonesian army personnel hold flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin meets his Indonesian counterpart Prabowo Subianto, in Jakarta 
Indonesian army personnel hold flags during welcoming ceremony prior to a meeting between Indonesia's Defense Minister Prabowo Subianto and U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, in Jakarta, Indonesia, November 21, 2022. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan 
GREECE-ANNIVERSARY
RTSCNWWO 
October 28, 2022 
Greek Army personnel are seen on a tank during a military parade marking an anniversary of the "Ochi"... 
Thessaloniki, Greece 
Military parade marking an anniversary of the "Ochi" (No) Day in Thessaloniki 
Greek Army personnel are seen on a tank during a military parade marking an anniversary of the "Ochi" (No) Day in Thessaloniki, Greece, October 28, 2022. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/NATO-BULGARIA
RTSCBIBV 
October 17, 2022 
Italian army personnel take part in an official ceremony, as Italy takes the leadership over NATO's battle... 
NOVO SELO MILITARY GROUNDS, Bulgaria 
Italy takes leadership of NATO's battle group in Bulgaria 
Italian army personnel take part in an official ceremony, as Italy takes the leadership over NATO's battle group in Bulgaria, at Novo Selo military grounds, Bulgaria, October 17, 2022. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SSR 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, share a lighthearted chat about their prothetics at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SSN 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, share a lighthearted chat about their prothetics at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SSM 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, share a lighthearted chat about their prothetics at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SSK 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, chat about their prothetics on the parallel bars at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SSJ 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, share a lighthearted chat about their prothetics at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SP7 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and his... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and his wife Anna meet U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, and Senator U.S.Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where he received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SM3 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, share a lighthearted chat about their prothetics at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/SOLDIER
RTSC2SM1 
October 11, 2022 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S.... 
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES 
Ukrainian soldier Chaika meets U.S. Senators Duckworth and Van Hollen at the clinic where he received... 
Ukrainian soldier Oleksandr Chaika, who lost his leg serving in the Luhansk region of Ukraine, and U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL), who lost her legs in 2004 serving as a U.S. Army helicopter pilot in the Iraq war, share a lighthearted chat about their prothetics at the Medical Center Orthotics and Prosthetics (MCOP) clinic where Chaika received a prosthetic leg as part of MCOP’s Operation Renew to serve Ukrainian military personnel, at their clinic in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. October 11, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC14CO 
October 10, 2022 
A monk looks on as army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony for... 
Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand 
A monk looks on as army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony for... 
A monk looks on as army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony for the victims of a mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC14CL 
October 10, 2022 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of a mass... 
Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of a mass... 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of a mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lamphu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0QB5 
October 10, 2022 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand Mass Shooting 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0QB6 
October 10, 2022 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand Mass Shooting 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0Q8E 
October 10, 2022 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand Mass Shooting 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0Q6F 
October 10, 2022 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand Mass Shooting 
Buddhist monks, army personnel and volunteers work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0M76 
October 10, 2022 
A monk looks on as army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand mass shooting 
A monk looks on as army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0BMD 
October 10, 2022 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand mass shooting 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0BME 
October 10, 2022 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand mass shooting 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-SHOOTING/
RTSC0BKR 
October 10, 2022 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass... 
UTHAI SAWAN, Thailand 
Thailand mass shooting 
Army personnel work on the funeral pyre preparations for the cremation ceremony of the victims of mass shooting in the town of Uthai Sawan, in the province of Nong Bua Lam Phu, Thailand, October 10, 2022. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTSBROAQ 
October 04, 2022 
Nepalese army personnel slaughters a buffalo on Nawami, a sacrificial ceremony during "Dashain", the... 
Bhaktapur, Nepal 
Dashain festival celebrations in Bhaktapur 
Nepalese army personnel slaughters a buffalo on Nawami, a sacrificial ceremony during "Dashain", the biggest religious festival for Hindus, in Bhaktapur, Nepal October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
NEPAL-RELIGION/
RTSBRO5J 
October 04, 2022 
Nepalese army personnel prepare a goat for slaughter on Nawami, a sacrificial ceremony during "Dashain",... 
Bhaktapur, Nepal 
Dashain festival celebrations in Bhaktapur 
Nepalese army personnel prepare a goat for slaughter on Nawami, a sacrificial ceremony during "Dashain", the biggest religious festival for Hindus, in Bhaktapur, Nepal October 4, 2022. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/NATO-LATVIA
RTSBMWDH 
September 29, 2022 
Spanish army Leopard 2 tank of NATO enhanced Forward Presence battle group drives past Canadian army... 
ADAZI, Latvia 
NATO enhanced Forward Presence battle group takes part in Silver Arrow military drill in Adazi 
Spanish army Leopard 2 tank of NATO enhanced Forward Presence battle group drives past Canadian army LAV armored personnel carrier during the final phase of the Silver Arrow 2022 military drill on Adazi military training grounds, Latvia September 29, 2022. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV REGION
RTSBGXQ5 
September 23, 2022 
Ukrainian servicemen ride on Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC), as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues,... 
DOLYNA, Ukraine 
Ukrainian servicemen ride on Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) in the village of Dolyna 
Ukrainian servicemen ride on Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC), as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in the village of Dolyna, Ukraine September 23, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KHARKIV REGION
RTSBGXPX 
September 23, 2022 
Ukrainian servicemen ride on Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC), as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues,... 
DOLYNA, Ukraine 
Ukrainian servicemen ride on Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) in the village of Dolyna 
Ukrainian servicemen ride on Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC), as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in the village of Dolyna, Ukraine September 23, 2022. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ4 
September 19, 2022 
Pictured are members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery in the grounds of Windsor Castle, September... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Pictured are members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery in the grounds of Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Arron Hoare/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFQ3 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPZ 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPX 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPT 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPQ 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPM 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPL 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPJ 
September 19, 2022 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession, as it makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. PO Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPH 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPG 
September 19, 2022 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards (on the right) and The Blues and Royals (left) form part... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards (on the right) and The Blues and Royals (left) form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession, as it makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Arron Hoare/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPF 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Corporal Nanda Atherton, RLC/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDFPE 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Corporal Nanda Atherton, RLC/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELV 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELQ 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELO 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELM 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELK 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELJ 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELI 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELG 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELF 
September 19, 2022 
Pictured are members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery in the grounds of Windsor Castle, September... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Pictured are members of The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery in the grounds of Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Arron Hoare/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELB 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State Funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDELA 
September 19, 2022 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards (on the right) and The Blues and Royals (left) form part... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
The Household Cavalry Regiment, The Life Guards (on the right) and The Blues and Royals (left) form part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession, as it makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Arron Hoare/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEL8 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State Funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEL6 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State Funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEF5 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEF4 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEDG 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way down the Long Walk towards Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. SSgt Dek Traylor/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEDH 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/QUEEN
RTSBDEDC 
September 19, 2022 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19,... 
Windsor, United Kingdom 
State funeral and burial of Queen Elizabeth 
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth's funeral procession makes its way through Windsor Castle, September 19, 2022. The UK Armed Forces have played a part in the procession for Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral and committal service today, in London and Windsor. Marking the end to 10 days of proceedings, service personnel representing a variety of regiments, ships and air stations that held a special relationship with Her Majesty The Queen took part in the funeral processions in London and Windsor. In Windsor, over 1,000 military personnel were involved in ceremonial activity, including 410 taking part in the procession from Albert Road, Windsor, to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. Lining the route between the Long Walk and Windsor Castle, over 700 members of Armed Forces personnel from across the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Air Force marked the way for the procession. Made up of 333 members of the British Army, the procession then accompanied Her Majesty’s Coffin into St George’s Chapel. The funeral procession marks the end of ten days of continuous involvement for the Armed Forces following Her Majesty The Queen’s death, undertaking various planning, stewarding, commemorative and ceremonial duties throughout. Petty Officer Dave Jenkins/Pool via REUTERS 
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