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Exercise CAMBRIAN PATROL

Exercise CAMBRIAN PATROL is the premier patrolling event of the British Army which is held in Wales and hosted by 160 Infantry Brigade.

The exercise is held in Wales and is delivered by HQ 160 Infantry Brigade on behalf of CLF. Cambrian Patrol is arduous and concentrates on leadership, teamwork, physical fitness and achieving the mission.

The Cambrian Patrol is an exercise and not a competition. It is conducted for the benefit of units and there is no final order of merit. The exercise is designed to be within the capability of any well-led and well-trained patrol from any Arm or Service. The exercise is the same for Regular and Reserve Forces and also draws participants from foreign countries.

Aim

The aim of The Cambrian Patrol is to provide a challenging patrols exercise in order to enhance operational capability.

Ex Cambrian Partol Applications

For details on Cambrian Patrol:

HQ 160 Infantry Brigade
The Barracks
Brecon,
Powys,
LD3 7EA

WO2 Stephen Eaves
Telephone: 01874 613280
MT: 94351 2280
Email: 160X-HQ-CambrianPatrol-WO@mod.uk

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