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Major General Angus Fay CB appointed RLC Foundation Chairman

We are delighted to report that Major General Angus Fay CB MMAS FCILT FCMI has taken over the role of Chairman of The RLC Foundation. Angus is a lifelong logistics professional, who brings a wealth of public and private sector experience to the role. He is currently Vice President Strategic Development at World Fuel Services, a Fortune® 100 global energy, logistics and technology solutions provider. During his significant military career, he led logistics delivery at all levels and on most contemporary operations, culminating as the Assistant Chief of the Defence Staff charged with delivering Defence’s global logistics operations. Latterly, he was the author and chief architect of the Defence Support Transformation Programme, leading transformational change in Defence logistics, with the digital transformation of the logistics enterprise at its core. A graduate of the Canadian Forces, US Army and UK Command and General Staff Colleges, with a Masters of Military Art & Science (MMAS), he also sits on the Cranfield University School of Management, Centre for Logistics, Procurement & Supply Chain Management Advisory Board.     

Angus said: “I am thrilled to have been asked to take on this leading role for the Foundation. Building on well-established roots, I look forward to contributing to its growth in a time, during this terrible global pandemic, when Logistics has never been more visible or more critical.”

Lieutenant General Sir Mark Poffley KCB OBE, the Master General of Logistics and President of The RLC Foundation said: “Angus Fay has the perfect combination of military, industry and academic credentials to lead The RLC Foundation. I am delighted that he will be our next Chairman and look forward to the development of the Foundation under his stewardship.”    

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