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Articles from August 2017

Junior soldiers march towards new careers

The Army Foundation College in Harrogate saw over 650 teenagers graduate this summer from the Army’s flagship training establishment for 16 to 17 year olds. The college in Penny Pot Lane, Harrogate runs two types of course – a 42-week long course and a shorter 22-week course, both which train […]

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RLC Triathletes Army Corps Team Champions

The RLC Triathletes became Army Corp Champions for the first time this year. The Army Standard Distance triathlon took part on the 28 Jun 17 at the Cotswold Water Park, lake 32. It was open to both regular and reserve personnel, from all three services including all MOD civil service […]

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Honorary degree for College Commander

Congratulations to Lt Col L Giles who has been awarded an Honorary degree from Exeter University where she works as New College Commander. Lt Col L Giles oversees the leadership development of officer cadets on the Regular Commissioning Course through a programme of academic study, military exercises and physical training. […]

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Fuel Training Site

It has taken several years and the combined efforts of two CO’s, QM’s and numerous Permanent Staff Instructors (PSI), plus support from both 104 Log Sp Bde and FTC, but the Fuel Training Site at Flying Station Aldergrove is finally open. This was a much-needed project that began almost as […]

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Armed Forces Day 2017

The RLC’s 156 Regiment played a significant part in Armed Forces Day 2017 (AFDNE 17) in Liverpool this year being very much at the front and centre of the Army’s contribution of planning and execution for the day. Previous Armed Forces Days had seen the local Reserve units mount displays […]

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