Royal Military Police March Across Europe

Members of 1 Royal Military Police have found a rather unconventional way to rebase.
14 soldiers from the regiment spent eight days tabbing 750 miles across Europe non-stop, with their regimental flag, to reach their new home in Catterick.  
Carrying 17kg each, the soldiers split into teams, completing eight miles at a time before handing the flag over to the next group.
Forces TV's Hannah King was there to see them raise their flag.
Tabbing: A relatively fast march over a long distance carrying a load. Also called Yomping by the Royal Marines. 

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