Month: January 2016

Exercises
Military Skills
News
Sport

13th January 2016

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Ex Tiger Khukri Solent

94 Material Troop deployed to the Isle of Wight on Ex Tiger Khukri Solent on 28 September 2015 for a week of Adventure Training. The exercise was lead by SSgt Cupid. The exercise included cycling, canoeing, kayaking and coastal walking. On the first day, we travelled from Gale barracks to Portsmouth and from Portsmouth to the Isle of Wight. We were split into two groups for upcoming two days... Read More...

Celebrations
Commemoration
News

12th January 2016

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The Gurkha Pageant

On the 9th of June 2015 the Brigade of Gurkhas celebrated 200 years of service to the Crown. The event, set in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London, was the highlight of a year of celebrations marking this anniversary. The Queen was accompanied by Prince Philip, Prince Charles (Colonel-in-Chief of the Royal Gurkha Rifles) and Prince Harry. The Sultan of Brunei was amon... Read More...

Commemoration
Exercises
Military Skills
News

11th January 2016

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Exercise Ottoman Kukhuri

“You are simply eaten up with the Dardanelles. Damn the Dardanelles. This will be our grave.” Admiral John Arbuthnot Fisher to the First Lord of the Admiralty, Winston Churchill, 1915 Ex OTTOMAN KUKHURI was a Regimental battlefield study to Gallipoli that took place early in September. The Regiment was joined by members of 151 and 156 Regt RLC and Mr Robin Russell acted as o... Read More...

News
Parades

5th January 2016

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Kasam Khane Parade – Intakes 2013 and 2014

The Kasam Khane Parade is a Gurkha tradition, where new soldiers formally take an oath of allegiance to the Regiment. This unique Gurkha “kaida” is key for all new recruits and from personal experience, it is this rite of passage which makes you feel as you have been formally accepted as a member of the Regiment through the binding custom of touching the QOGLR flag. This year, the Kasam Khan... Read More...

THE QUEEN'S OWN GURKHA LOGISTIC REGIMENT