Forces TV was given exclusive behind the scenes access to witness the key roles members of the forces hold inside the Royal Household.
From a Grenadier Guard flying the flag above Royal palaces, to a former Navy Vice-Admiral in charge of all hospitality for official and private engagements – servicemen and women are involved at the heart of the Monarchy.
The channel was also permitted a unique glimpse of senior British Army officers invited to an audience with The Queen – all for a special programme "On Her Majesty's Service".
Brigadier James Swift, Colonel of the Royal Welsh, spoke to The Queen, along with his outgoing colleague Brig Philip Napier.
"It is a real honour to be presented to Her Majesty and not something that comes round very often or for very many people, so one is inevitably a little bit nervous."
Forces TV was granted this special access with the permission and kind support of Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of York, who is Patron of the Services Sound and Vision Corporation (SSVC) charity, which operates Forces TV and the British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS).