Headquarters Brigade of Gurkhas (HQBG) is now based at the Former Army Staff College, Camberley, Surrey and is responsible for providing advice on all matters relating to the recruiting and employment of Gurkhas in the British Army.
It also helps coordinate welfare for retired Gurkhas in the UK. HQBG is not part of the operational chain of command and has no operational units directly under it, but it provides an important unifying element for the Brigade, its activities and its soldiers.
On Monday 6th March 28 Squadron RAF visited Headquarters the Brigade of Gurkas at Robertson House at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst to re-establish the […]
On the evening of 20th March members of the Brigade of Gurkhas were invited to attend an event at the Embassy of Nepal, Kensington Palace […]
Captain Krishnakumar Pun from Queen’s Gurkha Engineers was awarded this year’s Fishmongers’ Gold Medal Award. He received the medal for his contribution to Operation MARMAT 4 as a Field Troop […]
On the 14th March 2017 the 2nd Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles (RGR) were presented with their medals for service on Operation TORAL by the Colonel […]
On the 13th March 2017 members of the Brigade of Gurkhas gathered with International Commonwealth dignitaries, representatives of International organisations, Embassies and High Commissions and […]
On the 9th March 2017 The Queen was joined by over 2,000 people for the dedication of the new Memorial, which recognises the contributions of […]
On Saturday, 18th February 2017 the Gurkha Brigade Association held its third annual Gurkha Briefing Day at Headquarters Brigade of Gurkhas, Sandhurst. The aim was to […]
The Embassy of Nepal in London hosted the annual Nepal Army Day event on Monday 27th February 2017. Invited guests on the occasion included various […]
On the 23rd February 2017 a 100th Anniversary commemorative paving stone dedication took place at New Milton War Memorial in honour of Major George Campbell […]
On Thursday 9th February the 2017 Attestation Parade took place at British Gurkhas Pokhara. 270 new recruits where selected through the long and arduous annual […]