World's Most Feared Soldiers: Royal Gurkha Rifles In Training

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The Royal Gurkha Rifles Regiment conducts field training in the final phase of Exercise Saber Strike.

The Royal Gurkha Rifles (RGR) is a rifle regiment of the British Army, forming part of the Brigade of Gurkhas.

Unlike other regiments in the British army, soldiers are recruited from Nepal, which is neither a dependent territory of the United Kingdom nor a member of the Commonwealth.

The Gurkhas are a unique unit in the Army with a reputation of being amongst the finest and most feared soldiers in the world. The Victorians identified them as a "martial race", perceiving in them particularly masculine qualities of toughness.

Their motto is: Better to die than live a coward.

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Even hitler himself told "if I had an army like this, I would rule the world"

Author — FD19


"If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or is a Gurkha." - Field Marshall Sam Manekshaw; Indian Army, Chief of Staff.

Author — carlodagunz


It amazes me that Britain has made it so difficult for the Gurkha to live in Britain, yet they made it so easy for Muslims with no loyalty to Britain.  The Gurkhas would be much better migrants.

Author — Al L


These guys grew up at 15000 feet altitude.It's a really bad idea to piss them off.

Author — Gavin Byrne


I met a gurkha soldier when I was an 8 year old kid at an Army day. I asked to see his kukri and he drew it and said...now I have to feed it blood!

Author — FPVtrainee


Served with Nepalese soldiers in Bosnia. Great bunch of guys brave and trustworthy. Miss those guys I hope they are well.

Author — Trudouche luvs Adrenochrome


I'm very proud of the Royal Gurkha Rifles. My father fought alongside them and told me they were the bravest soldiers he'd ever met.

Author — Tony England


How come it is so hard for Gurkhas to live in the UK (even though they are great allies) yet a Muslim plotting to flee to Iraq to join ISIS is welcome?

Author — Snipercube


Ghurkha's are amazing professional & brave soldiers, Has a Brit I thank you Nepal for your brave warriors fighting for Britain . We are truly blessed to have such people on our side . Thank you .

Author — Anglo-Sphere MP


My dads in here :) He's a captain now !

Author — Ace Gurung


I've had the pleasure of working with these guys for a very short amount of time. however the work rate is absolutely incredible and they will not stop for nothing. True heroes.

Author — Nutty Geeza 101


I have huge respect for Gurkha’s.
Ex military myself.

Author — Legal Eagles


Nepali/Nepalese peoples are known as the most Bravest, Hardworking, Kind and Friendliest peoples all over the world  FROM NEPAL



Best neighbors to have when I was an Canadian Army brat. Happy memories. My father used to tell me how super deadly they are when he served in the Korean War. Very polite and worldly people with a love of life.

Author — Phillip Mulligan


Train hard, Fight easy kta ho !!! ... Ayo Gurkha I, , /

Author — Rusen rai


During WW2 a group of Ghurkha's were aske to Volunteer to attack the Japanese. They were asked to be dropped behind enemy lines. half stepped forward and the officer said why did the others refuse. He was told that if they had parachutes they would volunteer. The Gurkhas are the best.

Author — chad24ist


From Scotland, your bravery and loyalty will never be forgotten!!!

Author — Barry Hamilton


These are real soldiers that have earned respect among the commonwealth not like the killers running around in black pajamas in Syria.

Author — mazdarx7gx


one thing for sure, them garkha are amazing runners, they sprint up hill with 40 kg of rocks on they back like its nothing.

Author — Huang Huang


The selection process they go through is such that by the time they get to Catterick they are head and shoulders above our own squaddies. Oh and they are absolute gents. Proud to have served with our Nepalese pals in the Falklands.

Author — Alan Mac