Lee Arundale of the Royal Engineers is based in Camp Bastion and will miss the first Christmas for his baby son Ryan Craig who is in Scotland.
What does RE stand for?
RE stands for Royal Engineers (UK)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of RE
We have 45 other meanings of RE in our Acronym Attic
- Reynolds Number (inertia force/viscous force)
- Right End
- Right Engine
- Risk Exposure
- rodding eye (mechanical services)
- Roll Eyes
- Rotary Engine
- Round End
- Routing Engine (Juniper Networks, Inc.)
- Royal Exchange
- Royal Society of Etchers & Engravers
- Runtime Engine
- Runtime Environment
- Rural Electrification (various locations)
- US Revenue Cordials or Wines (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Real-time Editing and Design (Dublin, Ireland)
- Research, Engineering, And Development
- Real Estate and Facilities Directorate (Washington Headquarters Services, US DoD)
- Research, Engineering & Systems
Samples in periodicals archive:
But Gould, who won the trophy with Wimbledon in 1988, found managing Wanderers as tough as being in charge of the Dragons and saw his side lose 7-1 to Royal Engineers in a replay of the first final in 1872 at The Oval.
CAPTION(S): HEARTBREAK: Soldiers in the Royal Engineers held a 12-gun salute as Spr Matthew Cottrell's coffin was brought into the church where he had today been due to marry his fiancee Debbie Smith, right Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY TRIBUTE: Army comrades form a guard of honour at the funeral of Sapper Matthew Cottrell, right
Also in attendance and playing in the event were three teams of serving personnel from the Royal Engineers and the Queen's Gurkha Regiment, led by Major Keith Lowerson of the Royal Engineers and Major Ek Gurung of the Queen's Gurkha Regiment.
Sapper Daniel Maguire, aged 21, joined troops as a mechanic and driver with 9 Parachute Squadron, 23 Engineer Regiment (Air Assault), Corps of Royal Engineers.
Cpl Kirkpatrick, known to his friends as "KP", was from the 101 Engineer Regiment, Royal Engineers, and attached to the Joint Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group.
The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia) - the only remaining militia unit in Britain - exercised their right to march through Monmouth after returning from a six-month operation.
PAUL Hemming made a foolish statement when he claimed that the Royal Engineers would have released the trapped Chilean miners within a fortnight.