A Royal Air Force unit based at RAF Northolt that performs drills for the Queen has released a mesmerising video that shows off their precise discipline and timing during marches.

The impressive display was put on at the end of January at the station in Ruislip to mark the 75th anniversary of the RAF Regiment.

Established in 1960, the Queen's Colour Squadron (63 Squadron RAF Regiment) represent the air force at state ceremonies at the Cenotaph in Westminster and at Buckingham Palace during their public duties.

The Queen's Colour Squadron have put together a new drill

The video shows the unit spelling out "1942" – the year the RAF Regiment was formed - and "2017" during the drill with perfect rhythm and timing.

Previously based at RAF Uxbridge , the squadron moved to Northolt in January 2010 where they now practice their routines.

Last June the Queen's Colour Squadron bough Liverpool Street to a halt when they performed a similar continuity drill for the Queen's birthday.

Queen's Colour Squadron form a "90" shape to celebrate Her Majesty's birthday

The RAF had a ceremonial drill unit based in Uxbridge dating back to the 1920s, before being renamed the Queen's Colour Squadron.

Marking its 75th birthday this year, the RAF Regiment provides protection for air force airfields around the world.

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