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WHO WE ARE

Regional Command

The Army's Support Command

The Army’s 2* HQ enabling the delivery of a secure home front that sustains the Army, enables training for and deployment on operations, its personnel, their dependants in the UK, Nepal and Brunei and ensures the support of the public.

Headquarters Regional Command

facts & figures

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Active from

01 September 2015

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Role

Command Headquarters

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Specialism

Support

Our People

Key personalities within Regional Command and Army Cadet Force and Combined Cadet Force.

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Maj Gen Duncan Capps CBE - General Officer Commanding Regional Command
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Brig Simon Banton OBE - Chief of Staff, Regional Command
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Brig M Lowe MBE - Commander Army Cadet Force & Combined Cadet Force

Headquarters Regional Command

Headquarters Regional Command

Montgomery House, Queens Avenue, Aldershot, GU11 2JN

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UK Operations and Resilience

Regional Command acts as the coordinating body for the Army's support to civil authorities, in the event of a crisis or large scale event that requires military support. The type of support provided is dependent on the situation, but can range from delivering niche capabilities, which would otherwise be unavailable to civil authorities, or augmenting capability through provision of additional manpower or assets.

Past examples of the Army's involvement in supporting UK Resilience include: Floods (North West 2016, South West 2014), the Olympic Games (2012), Foot and Mouth (2001).

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Civil Engagement

Regional Command delivers the Army’s UK Engagement Mission which is to ensure that all communities throughout the UK understand the role of their Army and the varied tasks the Army undertakes in order to secure UK interests at home and abroad. We are working to ensure the Army of the future is well manned with the best talent and the right skills, and is fully representative of UK society.

If you would like further information or to arrange for the Army Engagement Team to visit your organisation, please contact RC-OpsEngt-CE-0Mailbox@mod.uk.

We also welcome enquiries and requests for visits from schools, colleges, community groups and employers.

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Army Welfare Service

The Army Welfare Service is the Army’s professional welfare provider; it delivers a comprehensive and confidential welfare service responsive to the needs of individuals and families and the Chain of Command in order to maximize the operational effectiveness of our servicemen and women. The Army Welfare Service’s remit includes Regular Soldiers, their families and communities, the Army Reserve and Reservists and, in certain circumstances, Veterans, other Services and MoD civilians serving overseas.

Personnel and Welfare