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AT graduates make the grade

This year’s graduation ceremony of Ammunition Technicians has been held at the MUNS Sqn DEMS Training Regiment at Kineton.

Graduates of Course 1702 AT2 were welcomed into the profession as newly qualified ATs with the top students being presented with engraved tankards from the Association of Ammunition Technicians.

The Regt would like to wish them well in their new careers.

The OC of the MUNS Sqn at Kineton, Maj R J (Rebecca) Darke has joined the Didcot and Kineton Branch of the RAOC Association as a full member.

She follows in the footsteps of her predecessor, Maj Chris Saunders, who also joined last year.

The Royal Logistic Corps

The Royal Logistic Corps

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