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Queen’s Gurkha Signals welcomes the Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas

7th April 2022

Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas visits the Regimental Headquarters, Queen’s Gurkha Signals

On the 6th of April 2022, Colonel David Robinson, Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas visited the Regimental Headquarters, the Queen’s Gurkha Signals.

He was formally welcomed to the Paltan and received a comprehensive brief from the Commander Queen’s Gurkha Signals and Gurkha Major Saheb.

During his visit, he planted trees as part of The Queen’s Green Canopy initiative to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Altogether, five trees were planted representing the Brigade of Gurkhas, 30 Signal Regiment, QG SIGNALS, Station/Civilian employees and the dependents.

Additionally, he was briefed on 250 Gurkha Signal Squadron’s capabilities by Officer Commanding Squadron and Squadron personnel.

Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas visit to Regimental Headquarters Queen’s Gurkha Signals
Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas visit to Regimental Headquarters Queen’s Gurkha Signals
Colonel Brigade of Gurkhas visit to Regimental Headquarters Queen’s Gurkha Signals

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