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Community & Support

Supporting our soldiers, veterans and their families is a top priority. See how The RLC Association can help.

There are a number of functions that Regimental Headquarters The Royal Logistic Corps are here to provide. This includes funding, assistance to Wounded Injured and Sick (WIS) personnel and their families, on request from units, individuals, Personnel Recovery Units or service charities.

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We can also offer signposting and guidance to all personnel in relation to Welfare, Benevolence and those Transitioning out of the Army.

The Royal Logistic Corps is ‘Centurys Old and Decades New’. The wealth of history and experience inherited from our Forming Corps, in addition to the professionalism and dedication of our serving officers and soldiers, makes the Corps what it is today.

HRH The Princess Royal sits at the head of the Corps family as Colonel in Chief and we are honoured and thankful that she supports us in all our endeavours.

The RLC Association Trust

The RLC‘s activities are funded by non-public funds held within “The RLC Charity”.

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The RLC Forming Corps

The RLC was formed on 5 April 1993 from the amalgamation of five Forming Corps.

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RLC Benevolence & Support

The RLC aims to serve its wider community in times of need, hardship and distress.

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The RLC Association

All serving officers and soldiers are automatically members of The RLC Association. Membership is open to all serving members of the Reserve and anyone who have served in The RLC or its Forming Corps.

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Welfare

We understand the unique challenges and stress that come with life in the military.

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The RLC Days Pay Scheme

AN ARMY-WIDE SYSTEM PROVIDING FOR OUR SERVING AND RETIRED SOLDIERS AND THEIR DEPENDANTS

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Resettlement

The Corps aims to support and guide its service leavers in the best way it can.

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Latest Community News & Events

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The Royal Logistic Corps

RHQ The RLC is delighted to announce that Her Majesty the Queen has graciously appointed Major (Retd) Harry Lomas MBE BEM FIH as the Honorary Colonel of 167 Catering Support Regiment The Royal Logistic Corps, with effect 1st March 2021. Throughout his career, Colonel Harry has worked as venue manager at the 2012 Olympics, Executive Head Chef at the Grove Hotel and also as Head of Culinary with Delaware North at Wembley Stadium. Welcoming the Honorary Colonel to the Regiment via a video call, the Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Jo Young said: “With his background, experience and passion for catering, Colonel Harry will be a superb ambassador and role model for both the new recruits coming in, as well as the more senior members of the Regiment. He has a depth of military and civilian catering knowledge and a remarkable network within the culinary industry which he plans to mobilise to the benefit of the Army Reserve Chef. We are looking forward to working with Colonel Harry to reinforce the unique position of the British Army’s only Regiment of Chefs”.#BritishArmyLogistics #WeSustain #WeAreTheRLC 167 Catering Support Regiment RLC ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to RLC soldier LCpl Stu Elvin of the Mission Training and Mobilisation Centre (MTMC), Bassingbourn Barracks, who has received two bronze medals at the World Rowing Indoor Championships 2021. LCpl Elvin has represented the Army in rowing for a number of years. Having individually qualified at the British Championships for the Men's (age 30-39) 500m to race at the World Championships, he was also selected to represent the Armed Forces in the Men's Team race. The races took place on 23 Feb 21, where LCpl achieved third place in his individual race and an hour later, he received another bronze medal as he played an integral part of the Armed Forces Men's Team. His commitment and success in rowing is nothing short of impressive with his ability to balance work, training and family life along with the ongoing restrictions of COVID-19. Competing in any sport at this level requires a unique strength and determination – something which the LCpl displays in abundance, putting in hours of solitary training, where he has had to use his mental resilience to push himself further than most would. ... See MoreSee Less