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New recruits pass out of Pirbright

A pass out parade was held for 17 new RLC recruits at ATC Pirbright on Fri 27 Sep 19.

The RLC recruits were presented their Corps stable belts by Brig Chestnutt, Comd 104 Logistic Support Brigade and Maj Goodchild, the SO2 Training Ops at RHQ The RLC.

During the parade, the drill award was presented to Pte Wiggins (RLC) of Waterloo Tp.

All of the new recruits will now go to DST Leconsfield where they will gain HGV licences and complete the Phase 2 Combat Logistician course, before moving onto specialist trade training or postings within Field Army units.

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