Cavalrymen from the Royal Dragoon Guards drive 20-tonne armoured Warthog trucks across the bomb-littered desert of Helmand Province to give a PS1.
What does RDG stand for?
RDG stands for Royal Dragoon Guards (a British Regiment)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Charles is colonel-in-chief of four units with troops in Afghanistan - The Royal Dragoon Guards, the Army Air Corps, The Royal Gurkha Rifles and The Mercian Regiment.
Huddersfield solder Aaron Van Leeuwen worked at Eaton Smith for more than four years as an administration assistant before joining the Royal Dragoon Guards as a trooper.
A lone piper playing a lament followed his coffin, carried by pallbearers from his regiment, The Royal Dragoon Guards.
Corporal Matthew James Stenton, 23, of The Royal Dragoon Guards, and Lance Corporal Stephen Daniel Monkhouse, 28, of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards, were killed by small arms fire in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province.
The servicemen, one from The Royal Dragoon Guards and the other from 1st Battalion Scots Guards, were killed on Wednesday in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province, the Ministry of Defence said.
The soldiers, one from the Royal Dragoon Guards and the other from 1st Battalion Scots Guards, were killed by small arms fire, a spokesman said.
The servicemen, one from The Royal Dragoon Guards and the other from 1st Battalion Scots Guards, were killed yesterday in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province.