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Clubs & Activities

A sample of activities and pursuits RLC soldiers participate in.

Adventurous Training (AT) are those RLC sports and activities which are well, a little more adventurous. Click on each sport to make contact with the club directly. Or follow the link to learn about the available Joint Service, Army and Corps Adventurous Training resources.

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The RLC Clubs & Activities

kayaking

Kayaking

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caving

Caving

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climbing

Climbing

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mountain biking

Mountain Biking

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mountaineering

Mountaineering

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parachuting

Parachuting

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scuba diving

Scuba Diving

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surfing

Surfing

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THE RLC HAS EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE LOW GILLERTHWAITE ADVENTURE TRAINING CENTRE FOR 30 WEEKS A YEAR

Find out about the centre’s location, facilities and how to book.

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Latest News & Events

NEW RLC CORPS STRATEGY LAUNCHED

The Royal Logistic Corps has launched a new strategy to ensure it can adapt and react to rapidly changing global and strategic influences so it…

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The Royal Logistic Corps

321 EOD & Search Squadron of 11 EOD & Search Regiment RLC hosted a special guest, the Colonel-in-Chief, HRH The Princess Royal, as part of its anniversary commemorating 50 years of operations in Northern Ireland. The Sqn was also joined by the Colonel RLC, Colonel Jon West ADC.

11 EOD & Search Regiment RLC is widely dispersed across 14 locations in the UK. The Regiment routinely responds to around 2,500 operational EOD and Search call-outs each year in support of the police and other major events.

As the sole EOD & Search capability in Northern Ireland, 321 Sqn have a significant workload, operating constantly at Extremely High Readiness and responding operationally several hundred times each year. Last year, the Sqn completed 271 EOD tasks and 64 Search tasks.

The Regiment and Squadron employ specialists from multiple cap badges, principally RLC, Royal Engineers and Royal Signals.

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The Corps’ vision for 2025 and beyond is bold:

‘A world-class, innovative and adaptable Corps, sustaining continuous activity at home and around the globe. All underpinned by a people-focussed ethos and the exploitation of data and cutting-edge technology.’

The RLC is a unique Corps in terms of size, diversity and experience. No-one can do what it does. But to achieve the Corps’ vision, the Corps’ methods, capabilities and required skills must change.

To achieve this, four objectives will address: People & Ethos, Exploiting Technology, External Integration and Communication and Influence. The RLC has a huge amount to offer the Nation. Please read the strategy, talk about it, be proud of it and share your ideas to help it to evolve.

To explain this further, The RLC’s Strategy on a page can be seen below.

The full strategy paper (less Annexes) can be found on Defence Connect using this link:

https://jive.defencegateway.mod.uk/docs/DOC-408180

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