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BRITISH TRANS-AMERICAS EXPEDITION 2017 – UPDATE FROM SANTIAGO, CHILE
April 7, 2017

BRITISH TRANS-AMERICAS EXPEDITION 2017 – UPDATE FROM SANTIAGO, CHILE

After 10 days of continuous riding, covering 4810km, the expedition team have enjoyed their first bed and bath since leaving Punta Arenas, courtesy of Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Chile. In the charming surroundings of the Embassy with the Andes as a backdrop, the team have had the opportunity to service their bikes, clean laundry and plan the next leg of the journey. Tomorrow they depart for their next great challenge - a 1000km crossing of the Atacama Desert...

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Coleman Racing Dominate P1 World Championship in Mumbai!!
March 7, 2017

Coleman Racing Dominate P1 World Championship in Mumbai!!

British powerboat racers Sam and Daisy Coleman are heading for Mumbai airport tonight with the NEXA P1 Powerboat Indian Grand Prix of the Seas world championship team trophy in their luggage after their unbeaten performances this weekend took the Baleno RS Booster Jets to the top of the leader board. Standing alongside them on the podium were Indian driver CS Santosh and his UK navigator Martin Robinson who were able to finish consistently adding to the tremendous p...

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Royal Artillery motorcyclist attempts world record
February 23, 2017

Royal Artillery motorcyclist attempts world record

Six servicemen from the British Army and Royal Navy are attempting to set a world record to become the first motorcyclists to ride, in one continuous journey, the entire length of the world’s longest road – the Pan-American Highway. The British Trans-Americas Expedition Team will leave Tierra del Fuego at the southern tip of South America on a 20,000-mile motorcycle journey to Prudhoe Bay on the northern coast of Alaska. The route will take them throug...

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BSM Fox 'Plunges' 10,000ft for the RACF!
October 10, 2016

BSM Fox 'Plunges' 10,000ft for the RACF!

Would you 'Take the Plunge'? Well that is what 14 Regt RA decided to do with a little help from the voting public!   It was fair to say that when Sgt Cavender came into my office and mentioned the ‘The Plunge’ I was excited at this novel fundraising event but also sceptical that anyone would put themselves forward to ‘Plunge’ out of a plane at 10,000ft.        Imagine my surprise when we were given the final...

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Dragon  Days
July 22, 2016

Dragon Days

21 July is commemorated by  P and 127 Batteries,  two of the four Gunner batteries with “Dragon” as an honour title. 21 July is the anniversary of the battle of Chinkiang, fought between British and Chinese forces in Chinkiang (Zhenjiang), Kiangsu Province, China, on 21 July 1842 during the First Opium War.      The battle of  Chinkiang is modern day  Zhenjiang   75 years ago in 1942, P battery had returned fro...

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