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Articles from February 2018

LCpl Elysia Martin

Helping the homeless

LCpl Elysia Martin of 29 Regiment is making an outstanding contribution to public life including working tirelessly to help the homeless in Gloucestershire and further afield in Nairobi. A regular voluntary support worker for homeless foundations in the Gloucester and Swindon areas, she has sacrificed huge amounts of her personal […]

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Capt Mark Gibbs in training

ATO attempts double World Record

One trainee Ammunition Technical Officer (ATO) is looking to break two World Records when he runs the Bath Half Marathon in aid of the Felix Fund Charity. For many of us, running a half marathon in shorts and a running top would not be easy, but Capt Mark Gibbs will […]

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Seated at dinner

RLC Foundation Awards Dinner 17

On 8 Nov 17, the third annual RLC Foundation Awards Dinner was held at the HQ Officers’ Mess at Deepcut. Maj Gen Angus Fay, Assistant Chief of Defence Staff, Logistics Operations and Personnel, hosted the event.  We had 102 in attendance, including Lt Gen Mark Poffley, the Master General of […]

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RLC Foundation Review now online

The Royal Logistic Corps Foundation Review 2017-2018, which brings together logistics professionals from industry, the Army and Academia is now available online. Among the essays featured this year is the paper by Capt Alexander MacLaverty on ‘Why did the Dieppe Raid prove such a disaster and what was learnt from it […]

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