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Members of the Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) conducting pistol firing on the range in the 1950s. The RASC can trace its roots back to Royal Waggoners formed in 1794 and is a predecessor Corps of the RLC.
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Four Army Catering Corps chefs cooking a meal for the troops in the field in Curium Cyprus in 1962, during mounting tensions between Greek and Turkish Cypriots, which led to conflict the following year.
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Members of the 29 Squadron Royal Corps of Transport's training wing conduct basic driver training in Hong Kong in 1973.
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Members of the Commando Ordnance Squadron Royal Army Ordnance Corps following the Argentinian surrender in the Falkland Islands on 14 June 1982.
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HRH The Princess Royal, Colonel in Chief of the newly formed Royal Logistic Corps, inspects the Corps on its formation parade following the re-badging ceremony.
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The regeneration and medals parade for 1 Logistic Support Regiment Royal Logistic Corps took place at Princess Royal Barracks Gutersloh, in the presence of Brigadier Chris Murray CBE, Director RLC in 2009 following the Regiment's return from Op TELIC.
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Members of 17 and 165 Port & Maritime Regiments RLC hand out Humanitarian Assistance to locals on Abaco Island in the Caribbean following the devastation wrought by Hurricane DORIAN in 2019.