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Articles from April 2017

Happy birthday from the Falklands

On the anniversary of the formation of The Royal Logistic Corps, deployed soldiers and officers in the Falkland Islands celebrated in style with a special all ranks dinner night. There are over 100 RLC soldiers currently serving in the Falklands, something which may surprise many. Working in such a joint […]

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Museum lecture programme 2017

The RLC Museum has released its 2017 lecture programme. For more information and to book tickets, contact the Museum on 01252 833371. Thursday 11 May ‘Arming Britain’s Wartime Secret Army: Weapons and Equipment of the Auxunits’  with Maj D Clark Having recently-spoken of the arming of World War II’s Home […]

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Army Photographic Competition 2017

The annual Army Photographic competition is back this year with a new category called “OP Camera” which has previously not been open to the public. “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 […]

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Using rugby to tackle transition

Bath Rugby is providing new courses designed to help service leavers transition into civilian life and a find a career in sport. These courses are specifically designed course for ex-servicemen and women and those in Resettlement who are interested in rugby. Course features: Sports specific qualifications and completing work placements, […]

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From The RLC to the Tower

A Lancashire soldier has become the first woman in ten years – and only the second in history – to be made a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London. WO2 A Clark, who served with The Royal Logistic Corps for 22 years, is the newest guardian of the Tower. […]

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