Royal Logistic Corps

29 Regiment RLC

29 Regiment RLC, part of 104 Logistic Support Brigade, is the Army’s centre of gravity for both movements support and postal & courier capabilities. The Regiment is located at the Duke of Gloucester Barracks, South Cerney; where it operates the Joint Air Mounting Centre.

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Squadrons

The Regiment is organised into six squadrons:

  • 55 Headquarters Squadron
  • 50 Postal Courier and Movement Control Squadron
  • 59 Postal Courier and Movement Control Squadron
  • 69 Postal Courier and Movement Control Squadron
  • 80 Postal Courier and Movement Control Squadron
  • 99 Postal Courier and Movement Control Squadron

All six squadrons are developing a stronger relationship with our paired reserve, 162 Regiment RLC, alongside twinned units in Canada, France and the USA.

 

History

  1. 1970

    29 Regiment Royal Corps of Transport (RCT) was formed in Devizes, Wiltshire.

  2. 1971

    Moved to RAF South Cerney, which was renamed the Duke of Gloucester Barracks.

  3. 1993

    29 Regiment RLC was formed with the Movement Control elements later joining the Postal & Courier elements of 2 PC Regiment, Royal Engineers.

  4. 2014

    Squadrons from 24 Regiment RLC were re-subordinated to 29 Regiment RLC.

Our location

  • Duke of Gloucester Barracks

    South Cerney Gloucestershire

Roles in the Regiment: Postal Courier