Army

Red Devils break Guinness World Record

The Army Parachute Display Team now hold a Guinness World Record.

The Red Devils have been awarded a Guinness World Record title for the largest flag down-planed. 

On Friday, the Army Parachute Display Team received their Guinness World Record certificate for the largest down-plane flag down while skydiving. 

The record was set in Netheravon as a team of two flew a Union Flag measuring 450 square metres.

A video shared on the Red Devils' Twitter page shows how the Guinness World Record judge measured the flag before the attempt was made as well as scenes from the jump.