The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) provides logistic support functions to the British Army. It is the largest Corps in the Army, comprising around 17% of its strength. The RLC flag is dark blue with the Corps Badge emblazoned on the centre.
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... HQ 145 Infantry Brigade (South) HQ 101 Logistic Brigade 10 Tpt Royal Logistic Corps (Provides 3rd line support to HQ 101 Log Bde) 4 Regiment Royal Military Police 160 Provost ...
... Acting Captain Russell Archer, Corps of Royal Engineers, March 2009 Staff Sergeant Keith John Armatage, Army Air Corps, July 2007 Acting Corporal James Andrew Bedford, Corps of Royal Engineers, March 2011 ...
0°42′00″W / 51.305°N 0.700°W / 51.305 -0.700 The Royal Logistic Corps Museum or RLC Museum at Blackdown Road, Deepcut, Surrey GU16 6SQ, England ... The RLC was formed from the Postal and Courier Section of the Royal Engineers and the Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Pioneer Corps, Army Catering Corps ... The RLC Museum amalgamated the Forming Corps' collections to form a unique resource there is no civilian or other Service equivalent covering logistics as a whole anywhere else in the world ...
... Preceded by Royal Army Chaplains' Department Order of Precedence Succeeded by Royal Army Medical Corps ...
... Warrant Officer Stephen Charles Bowden, Royal Air Force, March 2011 Private Callum John Brotherston, The Royal Regiment of Scotland, September 2010 Warrant Officer Class 2 Peter John Burney, The Rifles, March 2010 ...
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