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Led by Alastair Macartney - a major in the Royal Logistic Corp who is also a former national skydiving champion - the team further comprises Warrant Officer Spencer Hogg, also of the Royal Logistic Corps, and Corporal Deane "Smudge" Smith, of the Royal Engineers.
Lt Gen Nicholas Carter enraged soldiers by earmarking at least five infantry battalions and a third of the Royal Artillery and Royal Logistic Corps for the axe to save PS3billion.
The Royal Logistic Corps will be reduced from 15 to 12 units with 1 and 2 Logistic Support Regiments withdrawn from the Order of Battle and 23 Pioneer Regiment disbanded.
In 2005 she was commissioned into the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) and initially trained as an air transport liaison officer.
The soldier enlisted into the Royal Logistic Corps in March 2001 and qualified as an ammunition technician in September 2002, a role Mrs Linley said her son enjoyed very much.
The 23-year-old driver with the Royal Logistic Corps was a much-loved comrade, known for his sense of humour and hard-working attitude.
The soldier, from 23 Pioneer Regiment, The Royal Logistic Corps, was serving with the Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Task Force and clearing a road in Lashkar Gah district, Helmand Province, when he was caught in the blast.
The British Army's Royal Logistic Corps, who are responsible for explosive ordnance disposal, then arrived on the scene and established the parcel was in fact safe.