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A453 is now Remembrance Way
March 30, 2015

A453 is now Remembrance Way

A major road running through Nottingham has been renamed in honour of the 453 members of the armed forces who died in Afghanistan. The campaign had been launched to rename the road, which will now be known as ‘Remembrance Way’.  Dougie Pullen from Kimberley in Nottinghamshire was an Army reservist for 30 years and retired in 2008 suggested last October that the road should be renamed.               To allow lo...

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12 Regt RA ‘Storm’ to another victory………
March 27, 2015

12 Regt RA ‘Storm’ to another victory………

The ‘Stormers’ aka 12 Regiment Royal Artillery rugby team have secured the Army Cup Finals 2015 in style!    Stormers BIG Three!! It's all about the Base!!     They beat The 1st Royal Welsh 27-17 in a convincing show of strength and teamwork.  They are a great example of the team ethos that the Army as a whole advocate and we at The Royal Artillery Association salute you.             &n...

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Fight Night 2015
March 27, 2015

Fight Night 2015

The Royal Artillery Boxing Finals 2015       It was a highly eventful night for all concerned as the Royal Artillery Championship Finals 2015 came to an exciting end.  Throughout the week the Regiments have all been involved in the preliminaries which lead to a packed night of excitement and great boxing by all concerned.                Some of the Comments from the Regiments that took part:- &nb...

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An Insight into Recruiting Team, RHQRA
March 17, 2015

An Insight into Recruiting Team, RHQRA

  Exercise Brief Encounter (Friday 13th March and Saturday 14th March) Exercise Brief Encounter took place this weekend just gone (Friday 13th and Saturday 14th March). Ex Brief Encounter offers potential officers both Regular and reserve the chance to experience first-hand the equipment capability and career opportunities that exist within the Royal Artillery. Over the weekend, all teams and DS participated in a series of round robin stan...

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Veterans pay their respects at Afghanistan Service
March 17, 2015

Veterans pay their respects at Afghanistan Service

A service to mark 13 years of UK military operations in Afghanistan took place at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday 13th March 2015.  This Service was to honour the 453 Servicemen and women who lost their lives during the campaign.  It was also a chance for the wider military community and the next of kin to pay their respects and show their support.   The General Secretary of the Royal Artillery Charitable Fund Lt Col Ian Vere Nicoll and Cas Thobur...

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