Voting has now opened for the British Army’s photographic competition. The competition has been running for more than 20 years and opened up to the public for the first time this year, with entries traditionally coming from trained Army photographers.
“We’ve got great photographers in the Army,” said Command Master Photographer WO1 Will Craig, “but we realised that lots of other people have fabulous photos of what we do, including members of the public and our colleagues in the Royal Navy and the RAF. This year we’re inviting everyone to enter. It’s your army, so let’s see the great pictures you’ve got.”
New categories in the competition this year included ‘Operation Camera’ and ‘Cadet Life’, a category created for young people in the Army Cadet Force or any selection of the Combined Cadet Force.
You vote for your favourite image from this year’s entries on the British Army Facebook page here.