Crawling through the mire of the Exe estuary in Devon, these recruits are taking part in the notorious Mud Run - the most feared part of the Royal Marines' training course

Rise of the zombies? No, it's Britain’s Royal Marine recruits showing they have what it takes to become part of the elite fighting forces in gruelling Mud Run

Crawling through the mire of the Exe estuary in Devon, these recruits are taking part in the notorious Mud Run - the most feared part of the Royal Marines' training course

Royal Marine Commandos from Lima Company wearing Multi Terrain Pattern camouflage, are pictured onboard an Armoured Raider Craft during amphibious training on Exercise Auriga 10 in Virginia, USA.

Royal Marine Commandos from Lima Company wearing Multi Terrain Pattern camouflage, are pictured onboard an Armoured Raider Craft during amphibious training on Exercise Auriga 10 in Virginia, USA.

Royal Marines from 43 Commando Fleet Protection Group are silhouetted during a training exercise near Glen Fruin, Argyll and Bute, Scotland....

Royal Marines from 43 Commando Fleet Protection Group are silhouetted during a training exercise near Glen Fruin, Argyll and Bute, Scotland....

Royal Marine Commandos from Lima Company wearing Multi Terrain Pattern camouflage, are pictured exiting an Armoured Raider Craft during amphibious training on Exercise Auriga 10 in Virginia, USA.

Royal Marine Commandos from Lima Company wearing Multi Terrain Pattern camouflage, are pictured exiting an Armoured Raider Craft during amphibious training on Exercise Auriga 10 in Virginia, USA.

Royal Marines from 40 Commando on a security patrol at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Photographs By Cpl Mark Ballantyne / © Crown copyright

Royal Marines from 40 Commando on a security patrol at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. Photographs By Cpl Mark Ballantyne / © Crown copyright

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