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Articles from October 2015

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Army Photographic Competition Winners!

The winners of this year’s Army Photographic Competition have been announced today at a ceremony held at The Royal Hospital Chelsea, with Sergeant Rupert Frere, Royal Logistic Corps (RLC), winning no fewer than five top professional categories in the annual competition that highlights the work of professional British Army photographers. […]

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Army Photographic Competition – Runners Up!

The winners of this year’s Army Photographic Competition have been announced today at a ceremony held at The Royal Hospital Chelsea, with Sergeant Rupert Frere, Royal Logistic Corps (RLC), winning no fewer than five top professional categories in the annual competition that highlights the work of professional British Army photographers. […]

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Ex KNIGHTS VALOUR

In the first exercise of its kind, KNIGHTS VALOUR combined troops from the 51st Company, 39th Transportation Battalion, US Army, with 99 Postal Courier and Movement Control Squadron, 29 Regiment RLC. The exercise took place from 20th-31st July at Mandalay training area in Sennelager training Camp and was designed to […]

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7 Regiment complete the Mongol Rally

6 soldiers of 7 Regiment RLC recently completed the Mongol Rally – an adventure that starts with a lap of the historic Goodwood racecourse, and finishes in the Siberian town of Ulan-Ude, over 7,000 miles away. The Rally does not dictate a set route, but instead lets teams get as lost as […]

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13 Air Assault Regiment’s record breaking entry into powerlifting!

This year 13 Air Assault made its first promising steps into the world of competitive powerlifting, jumping in the deep end at the Army Championships. Following a brief period of training under the watchful eye of Lt Dave Williams, a team of eager competitors were selected, including Lt Williams, Cpl […]

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Painting of Dettingen House unveiled

RHQ The RLC welcomed back some former members of staff for an impromptu informal lunch earlier this week. The ladies, who formed a sizable element of the RHQ staff during the days of the Directorate of the Royal Logistic Corps, joined some current members of staff.  Earlier Mrs Trowsdale, formerly […]

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Ex WARCOP

As part of the Annual Deployment Exercise (ADE) for 162 Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corp, 150 Army Reserve and Regular Army Officers and Soldiers deployed to Warcop Training Centre in September 2015. During this exercise, the Regiment conducted a series of training packages aimed at increased core soldier skills, enhancing […]

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The Squadron Sergeant Major’s Cadre

Last week the Squadron Sergeant Major’s (SSM’s) Cadre took place at Dettingen House RHQ The RLC. Newly promoted SSM’s from a wide variety of units across the Corps attended. We caught up with WO2 Stiffell and asked him what he thought of the cadre. Firstly for people who don’t know, […]

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RLC Museum, Crossley-Kegresse, MVT Grant

The RLC Museum receives generous grant from the Military Vehicle Trust

The RLC Museum is delighted to announce that it has just received £4,500 from the Military Vehicle Trust (MVT). This generous grant will go towards the continuing restoration of the extremely rare 1927 Crossley-Kegresse halftrack, which is being undertaken by our dedicated group of volunteers. The Crossley-Kegresse halftrack was an […]

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Band of The Royal Logistic Corps VIP Visit

Last week the Colonel Commandant of The Corps of Army Music (CAMUS), Lieutenant General Tim P Evans, CBE, DSO, visited The Band of the Royal Logistic Corps at Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut. Lieutenant Evans is new to the honorary post of Colonel Commandant of CAMUS which is an additional responsibility to […]

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