The Reserve Forces' and Cadets' Association for Greater London


London Army Reserves join Gurkhas on Everest trek

Army Reserves from London’s 151 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) have just returned from a successful high altitude expedition to Everest Base Camp. The spare-time soldiers joined Regular colleagues from 10 Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment (QOGLR) to tackle the 235km traditional Jiri trekking route to the camp taken by30/Nov/2016Read more here...

South London Army Cadets become first in country to wear the cap badge of King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery

At the weekend Cadets from 97 Battery South East London Army Cadet Force based at Green Hill in Woolwich Barracks paraded at the home of the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery, Napier Lines in Woolwich, and were issued their new Royal Horse Artillery cap badges. Lieutenant Colonel Bill Bolam, Commander Woolwich Station, helped to21/Nov/2016Read more here...

HMS President becomes City Priviledged Regiment

HMS President has become only the 12th recipient of City Priviledged Regiment status from the City of London. At Mansion House Commanding Officer Commander John Herriman received a ceremonial scroll granting Priviledged status from the Lord Mayor of the City of London, the Lord Mountevans, an Honorary Commander of the Royal Naval Reserve. 10/Nov/2016Read more here...

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