Articles from December 2015

Postal & Courier Operator wins Best Amateur Soldier Photo

LCpl Paul-Rui Penu, 35 who was born in Ghana and is a Postal & Courier Operator at 29 Regiment RLC has always been very passionate about photography. This year he won the Best Amateur Soldier photo category in the annual Army Photography Competition. He tells us about his passion for […]

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Exercise (Northern) Red Sea

Exercise (Northern) Red Sea was a 156 Regiment RLC led sub aqua diving expedition to Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt over the period in October 15. Sharm El Sheikh, on Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, has clear warm waters and provides an ideal location for training and increasing diving experience. A group of […]

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Movement Controller receives a JFCNP Commander’s Commendation

Sgt Senior was assigned to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Joint Force Command Naples (JFCNP) in Apr 2014 as the Transport and Movement staff assistant. Throughout his tenure Sgt Senior has taken part in a multitude of NATO assurance measure exercises, including Ex NOBLE JUMP (Poland) and Ex TRIDENT JOUST […]

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Moore Family Donation

The RLC Museum is very pleased to announce that we have recently received a generous donation of objects from Mr Bob Moore and Maj (Retd) David Moore, together with Mrs Sue and Mrs Dianne Moore. The donation includes objects relating to three members of the Moore family, all of whom […]

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Soldier Awarded The Institute of Couriers Military Distinction Award

Last Month acting Corporal Brennan won the Institute of Couriers (IOC) Military Distinction award. In the fast-paced and ever evolving courier industry the best-of-the-best who are setting the standards were recognised in The National Courier Awards.┬áThe event organised by the Institute of Couriers and hosted at the institute of Directors, […]

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Soldier & Officer Recruiting

The Army faces challenges in the current recruiting climate, with Regular and Reserve recruiting of both Officers and Soldiers failing to reach targets, both of which are trends mirrored in Royal Logistic Corps recruiting. RHQ The RLC has been busy with a number of initiatives already producing results and several […]

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Army chefs show they’ve got game

From on the wing to on the plate, chefs from 16 Air Assault Brigade have taken a master class in cooking game.Exercise Eagles Game challenged chefs to work with unfamiliar ingredients to widen their skills and prepare for the challenge of operations in austere environments. The training, held at Fingringhoe […]

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84 Medical Supply Squadron wins the ESCEA for Extreme Logistics

Congratulations to the team from 84 Medical Supply Squadron, 9 Regiment RLC , British Army for winning the Extreme Logistics Category at the European Supply Chain Excellence Awards this month. They beat off strong competition from other military teams and celebrated their success at the very stylish Park Lane Hilton, […]

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Help For Heroes, Hidden Wounds

Help For Heroes Hidden Wounds

Hidden Wounds is a free and confidential support service which has been set up by Help for Heroes. It is available for veterans, the families of veterans and the families of currently serving personnel. It provides assessment and treatment for individuals from these groups experiencing difficulties with depression, anxiety, worry, […]

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