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Articles from 2018

SSgt Dean Boys receiving the RLC Squash Open Champion trophy

RLC Squash Championships 2018

This year’s RLC Squash Championships were held at the slightly earlier date of 30 Oct to 1 Nov 18 at Winchester Racquets and Fitness Club. Despite competition entries being slightly down this year due to Corps commitments, three full days and over 200 matches of squash were enjoyed by all […]

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Ladies RLC Road Cycling

The Ladies RLC Road Cycling team are ending 2018 on a high note. On Weds 26 Sep the team took home the Williams Cup at Bovington Camp, a new two-stage inter-corps team time trial and road race. Congratulations to The RLC team of Capt Sue Chittock, Capt Michelle Debono-Evans, Lt […]

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Sarah pictured with Brigadier Zac Stenning Commander 1 Armoured Infantry Brigade

Ex SAIF SAREEA 3 ops in Oman

151 RLC Reservist 2 Lt Sarah George has recently returned from Ex SAIF SAREEA 3 attached to 1 Armoured Infantry Brigade in Oman. Sarah spent six weeks working with the Brigade HQ, learning more about how an Armoured Infantry Brigade works at all levels. “It was a real privilege to […]

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Lt Col Deborah Taylor (Middle) receiving her Women in Defence award

Army women inspire at Defence Awards

Two inspirational Army women have won the STEM in Defence Award and Inspirational Award at the Women in Defence 2018 Awards. Lt Col Deborah Taylor RLC and Major Nics Wetherill were recognised respectively for their work in STEM and the ICE MAIDENS expedition. Sandhurst-based Lt Col Deborah Taylor was the […]

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Cadets are briefed by DST staff on the close combat simulation

Cadets gain Army life experience at DST

Cadets from units across Yorkshire have been given the opportunity to experience first-hand, how soldiers in The RLC train, thanks to staff at the Defence School of Transport (DST) in Leconfield. This is the first time in its history that the DST has opened its doors to cadets and let […]

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Tribute paid to WW1 fallen at Sandhurst

The RLC has paid tribute to the fallen of WW1 by taking a silhouette soldier installation to the chapel at RMA Sandhurst in remembrance. ‘Remembered’ is a dynamic new charity inspired by the There But Not There installation in Penshurst Church in Kent held over the Remembrance period of 2016 […]

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RLC25 marked in the Lord Mayor’s Show

151 Regiment will be taking part in this year’s Lord Mayor’s Show on 10 Nov 2018 with 18 members of The RLC manning three RLC25 floats on parade. There will also be 35 members of 151 Regiment, the unsung heroes behind the scenes, performing essential marshalling duties off-camera for the […]

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STEM

RLC attends kids interactive science day

84 school children aged 11-14 years old attended a fun, interactive Science Technology Engineering Maths (STEM) day delivered by the Army and the National Army Museum (NAM) in London. The RLC was one of the technical corps which successfully delivered a Dragon Runner (bomb disposal robot) stand to inspire, inform and […]

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Arriving back at Heumensoord Camp at the end of day three

2018 Nijmegen Marches

The Nijmegen Marches are the world’s largest walking event where military individuals cover 160km over four days whilst carrying 10kg. This year, eight members of 154 (Scottish) Regiment took part in the 102nd march alongside 41,000 other marchers. In early May, the team entered the Scottish Garelochhead two-day march as its […]

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17 Port and Maritime Regiment (17 P&M) won the Inclusive Teamwork category in the Women in Defence Awards 17

Women in Defence Awards finalists

Two RLC finalists have made the finals of the UK Women in Defence Awards which aim to inspire women to succeed authentically and encourage talent at all levels in the defence sector. Lieutenant Colonel Deborah Taylor from Sandhurst has been nominated for the STEM in Defence Award sponsored by Northrop […]

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