Articles from September 2018

A fresh look at Great War logistics

A new book takes a fresh and new perspective to the critical contribution of particular components of military and commercial logistics to the preparations of the British and Empire Armies in the pre-war period and during the Great War. An Unappreciated Field of Endeavour – Logistics and the British Expeditionary Force […]

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Lt Col Dave Miller has been on storm ops in the Caribbean

151 Regt CO on Caribbean storm ops

Commanding Officer Lt Col Dave Miller is returning to the UK after a short deployment in the Caribbean on storm operations. Lt Col Miller has been working alongside JFHQ planners in Barbados in preparation of Hurricane Issac. Isaac is the ninth named storm of the 2018 hurricane season. Earlier this […]

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The Gatka demonstration is performed during the Saragarhi Day public event

Marking the Battle of Saragarhi

The public has flocked to watch colourful displays and moving dramas at a spectacular interactive event at Southall Army Reserve Centre hosted by 151 Regiment RLC, 562 Transport Squadron RLC. The event was held to commemorate one of the proudest days in Sikh history, the Battle of Saragarhi. It was […]

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LCpl Holly Hall, has qualified for the British Showjumping National Amateur Finals

RLC rider makes showjumping finals

Army Team rider and RLC reservist, LCpl Holly Hall, has qualified for the British Showjumping National Amateur Finals (13 – 18 Nov) at the Aintree Equestrian Centre. Over the last two years Army Equestrian has established a development pathway offering team riders top level coaching and opportunities. In combination with […]

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RLC Orienteering success 

Congratulations to Maj Richard Barrett who won the M45 British Orienteering Sprint title at Bath University. The medal was presented by Olympic Gold Medallist Amy Williams (Skeleton). Richard won his qualifying heat with ease in the morning but the afternoon final was a much closer affair, with just a four […]

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Rugby for Heroes charity cycle ride

It was a great honour to be asked to plan and lead the route for the Rugby for Heroes charity cycle ride which this year raised £12000, writes WO1 Shaun Broom This year’s event began on 29 Aug 2018 and took in 300 miles over three days from Calais to Laon, […]

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