Keep your eyes peeled on Sunday as, weather permitting, the world renowned Red Devils will be dropping in with the match ball for the game against Bath (kick off 3:30pm).
The Parachute Regiment Freefall Team 'The Red Devils' was formed in 1964 to promote the Army's elite Parachute Regiment in support of recruitment.
Every member of the team is a serving soldier from one of the Regiment's three full-time Battalions:1, 2 & 3 PARA - with each having seen active service in either The Falklands, Northern Ireland, Kosovo, Sierra Leone, Afghanistan or Iraq.
Since 1979 The Red Devils has been firmly established as the British Army's official parachute display team and its members are widely acknowledged as among the best display parachutists in the world. Every year the team carry out more than 100 spectacular parachute displays at public events worldwide promoting The British Army and The Parachute Regiment ('The Paras').
In addition to displays, the Red Devils also help to raise over £100,000 for charity each year by carrying out Tandem Skydives with members of the public.
A classic Red Devils parachute display will see up to six team members jumping from an altitude of up to 10,000ft. Trailing smoke to demonstrate their speed and movement, the highly-skilled skydivers will freefall at speeds of up to 120mph, before deploying their parachutes.
Once safely under canopy, team members will demonstrate breathtaking, high-speed "Swoop" landings and spectacular "Canopy Formations" - both unique to parachute displays in the UK.
With such a short turnaround between the two games, and Gloucester looking to reintegrate several players into the line-up after the Autumn international series, Tom Savage told GRTV that the Cherry and Whites will keep changes to a minimum for the European Rugby Challenge Cup game in Zebre on Saturday.
Gloucester travel to Italy this weekend to take on Zebre in Round Four of the European Rugby Challenge Cup. The Cherry and Whites defeated the Italian side 35-10 last Sunday, but Director of Rugby David Humphreys is looking for an improved performance in the return fixture.
Skipper Billy Twelvetrees, speaking to GRTV after the 35-10 over Zebre, was happy with the bonus point win over the Italian side but admitted Gloucester will need to tighten up for the return fixture in Parma.
Matt Kvesic was a try scorer and recipient of the Man of the Match award in Sunday's 35-10 European Rugby Challenge Cup win over Zebre. He praised the Italian side for their spirited opposition and admitted that next week's return game will be a tough one.