British Soldiers To Join Red Square March

British soldiers will march on Red Square in Moscow for the first time on Sunday to mark the 65th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany.Seventy-six soldiers from 2 Company 1st Battalion Welsh Guards will represent the UK at the invitation of the Russian Government.They will march alongside more than 10,500 Russian troops and others from the US and France.The event - thought to be costing £26 million - also features a 1,000-strong military band, 161 tanks and missiles and 127 aircraft.The hour-long parade will see six types of defence equipment on show in a display of military prowess set to dominate the city's sky and roads.Guardsman Ian Mundy said: "There is a sense of pride to be in this massive parade on Red Square. It seems that everyone is interested in us as well and I'm proud to be a part of that."Lance Corporal John Sanigar added: "It's a brilliant place to be at the moment for the Army and the Welsh Guards."The Welsh Guards are staying at the Moscow Military Academy as gue