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Counting on Reserves in Canada

On the sparsely populated plains of Alberta, in a training area the size of Wales, sits the British Army’s busiest ammo depot outside the UK. It’s currently commanded by a Reserve from 151 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, 2nd Lt Tom Loyn from Stanmore. In just a few months the Ammo Troop of 105 Logistics Support Squadron has issued12/Jul/2017Read more here...

HAC win their spurs with US Cavalry

The Honourable Artillery Company (HAC), the City of London’s Army Reserve regiment, has taken part in a big exercise in Southern California alongside Reservist counterparts from the California National Guard.   Ex VAMBRACE SABER took place during the first two weeks of June in the desert-terrain training area surrounding Camp05/Jul/2017Read more here...

US Embassy to host special WW1 lecture for young Londoners

To mark the centenary of the United States entering World War I,  the US Embassy is hosting a special lecture for young Londoners titled The Doughboys - The American Experience in WW1.   Introduced by the U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Lewis Lukens, and featuring Dr Spencer Jones Senior Lecture in War Studies at Wolverhampton04/Jul/2017Read more here...

Reserves exercise Freedom of Ealing on Armed Forces Day

Reserves from 562 (Southall) Transport Squadron Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) exercised their Freedom of Ealing on Armed Forces Day with a march from the Town Hall. The Squadron, part of 151 Regiment RLC, were joined by local Army Cadets, RAF Air Cadets and veterans from the Ex British Gurkhas Association ion a parade led by the Mayor of Ealing24/Jun/2017Read more here...

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