Month: June 2016

Celebrations
Commemoration
News
Parades

22nd June 2016

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QOGLR Pipes and Drums at The Rifles’ Sounding Retreat

QOGLR's Pipes and Drums have once again been thrust into the limelight, this time ably representing the Regiment at The Rifles' Sounding Retreat, at Horse Guards Parade on the 1st and 2nd June. Five members were playing as part of the Band of The Brigade of Gurkhas, and they were the only Brigade Regiment represented at the event! They played alongside the Band of The Rifles, The Band of the... Read More...

Exercises
News

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Ex NAPOLEON KHUKURI Study Day

Officers and Warrant Officers from 10 QOGLR, along with attachments from our sister Reserve Unit 151 Regiment RLC, took part in the first phase of Exercise NAPOLEON KHUKURI in the 101 Log Brigade Officers' Mess. Battlefield Studies are an extremely important part of conceptual development, offering opportunities to understand and learn from those who fought before us. This study morning was ... Read More...

Commemoration
Honours & Awards
News
Parades

20th June 2016

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QOGLR Gains a New Pipe Major

It is with great pleasure that The Queen's Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment can announce the assignment of a new Pipe Major.

Cpl Saroj Gurung has been a key member of The Queen's Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment's Pipes and Drums since he joined them in 2003. Since then, he has travelled the world, playing the bagpipes at numerous high profile events, representing the ... Read More...

Charity
News
Visits

13th June 2016

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Talavera School Camo Day 2016

10 QOGLR planned and delivered complete support to both Talavera Infant and Junior Schools’ Camo Day in support of SSAFA.  This was the first year that either school had any military support for such an event, which not only raises money for SSAFA (through means of children donating at least £2 to wear some camouflage clothing) but gives the civilian and military children an increased awareness... Read More...

Celebrations
Charity
News
Visits

12th June 2016

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QOGLR at the British Sikh Association Annual Dinner

Lt Travers and Cratfsman Singh were lucky enough to be invited to represent the Regimental Inclusion Council (RIC) at the annual British Sikh Association Dinner, held this year at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

It was a fantastic event, providing great insight into the work being done by the Sikh community in Britain, as well as an opportunity to celebra... Read More...

THE QUEEN'S OWN GURKHA LOGISTIC REGIMENT