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The Queen's Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment

The Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment also known as 10 The Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment or 10 QOGLR is a regiment of the British Army. The regiment forms part of the Royal Logistics Corps and was created on 5th April 2001.

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The regiment was formed as a merger of:

  • The Queen’s Own Gurkha Transport Regiment
  • The Gurkha Transport Regiment
  • The Gurkha Army Service Corps

They were formed as component parts of The Brigade of Gurkhas on 1 July 1958. More information is available at The Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment Regimental Trust.

Currently mainly based in Aldershot. The Regiment’s primary role is as a Theatre Logistic Regiment, sustaining 3 (UK) Division, responding to any challenges, today or tomorrow, at home or on operations overseas.

Squadrons:

  • 1 Squadron is the oldest squadron in the RLC and accounts for and stores materiel in support of a brigade or divisional deployment.
  • 28 Squadron transports materiel and stores and transports fuel in support of second line force elements within a brigade or divisional deployment.
  • 36 (Headquarters) Squadron provides command and sustainment to the Regimental Headquarters. It consists of a number of trades, including Communications Specialists and Chefs.The REME Light Aid Detachment (LAD) – The LAD provides first line vehicle recovery and repair for 10 QOGLR.
  • 60 Squadron RLC – under command of 4 Regiment RLC.
  • 94 Squadron RLC – under command of 9 Regiment RLC.

Find out more on the British Army website

QOGLR

The Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment Regimental Association

President Major General A S J Fay CB
Chairman Lieutenant Colonel C R C Green – green.bean@ntlworld.com
Hon Secretary Major (Retd) Palijar Tamang – pali7317@hotmail.com
Hon Treasurer Lieutenant Colonel L M Evanson-Goddard TD
Editor of Journal Lieutenant Colonel J D Fenn

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