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Articles from April 2018

HER ROYAL HIGHNESS, THE PRINCESS ROYAL CELEBRATES THE ROYAL LOGISTIC CORPS’ 25TH ANNIVERSARY AT PIRBRIGHT

RLC25 Regimental Dinner

On the 18 Apr 18, the formation of The Royal Logistic Corps was marked by a special evening celebration. The RLC25 Regimental Dinner followed on from the anniversary parade earlier the same day with Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal and Colonel in Chief of the RLC both in attendance. […]

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Peaks

Highest Peak Challenge

25 soldiers and officers representing 25 regiments will be climbing the 25 highest peaks in the Lake District this May to celebrate The RLC’s 25th anniversary. Follow 3 Regiment RLC on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, to keep up to date with the event. #WeAreTheRLC #RLC25

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Flying the flag for 25 years

The RLC Polo Team are currently away on an overseas sports visit in preparation for the upcoming season, but that didn’t stop them flying the flag for The RLC’s 25th birthday celebrations. The team arrived at Jurassic Park Polo Club in South Africa on 14 Apr and were thrown in […]

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RLC 25th Anniversary Parade

On 18 Apr 18, The RLC held its 25th Anniversary Parade at Brunswick Barracks in Pirbright. Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal and Colonel-in-Chief of The RLC, was the guest of honour and inspecting officer and gave an address to the grand parade of 460 troops. During the parade HRH, […]

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Maj LV Ashley

9 Regt soldier awarded MBE

A Wiltshire based soldier has been awarded an MBE for his work with the Army supporting the UN’s work in Sudan. Maj Levi Ashley, who serves with 9 Regiment The Royal Logistic Corps based at Hullavington, has been commended for his work in planning the British contribution to the UN […]

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Happy Birthday

Happy birthday to The RLC

It was on this day 25 years ago that the Corps was formed. Happy birthday to The RLC. So it was also on this day that the cap badge worn for the first time. But do you know how the cap badge was constructed? Watch this video and find out… […]

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Sustainer Spring 2018

The Sustainer Spring 2018 now online

You can now read your copy of The Royal Logistic Corps journal The Sustainer online! Whether you are in active service with The RLC or a service leaver, The Sustainer is the way to keep up to date with all of the latest news and updates from the Corps. Read […]

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