Exercise Log Safari

Exercise Log Safari – 15 June 2019

Exercise Log Safari - 15 June 2019 Exercise Log SAFARI took place on the Pirbright training area on 15 July. This exercise is designed to give Officer Cadets nearing the end of Junior term at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS), Potential Officers pre RMAS and Industry personnel an overview of RLC logistic capability within a tactical field environment. The International Logistic Officers...
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Exercise Log Safari – 16 July 2018

Exercise Log Safari - Monday 16 July 2018 On 16 July, the RLC Foundation hosted corporate members and colleagues from the armed forces on Ex LOG SAFARI. This type of event adds a new type of dimension to the Foundation’s ongoing commitment of bringing together logistics professionals from Industry and the armed forces. The exercise took place on the Deepcut training areas and showcased a range of...
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Exercise Log Safari

Exercise Log Safari On 17th July, the RLC Foundation was delighted to host corporate members and colleagues from the Armed Forces for a seminar titled “Motivating the workforce in Military and Commercial environments”, followed by Exercise Log Safari on the training area.at Deepcut. This event adds a new dimension to our ongoing commitment of bringing together logistics professionals from Indu...
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The RLC Foundation Log Safari Event 18th July 2016

The RLC Foundation Log Safari Event 18th July 2016 The RLC Foundation Log Safari took place at Deepcut on 18 July. Once again the event was fully subscribed and so confirming the appetite from Industry and Academia to engage with the Corps. Our key note speakers were Gary Sullivan OBE of Wilson James and a colonel in the ELSC and Brigadier Simon Hutchings OBE, Commander 104 Log Bde. The two pr...
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RLC Foundation in Action at the ‘Log Safari’ Day

RLC Foundation in action at the 'Log Safari’ day One of the many events held during 2015 was our ‘Log Safari’ day when after a best practice ‘seminar style’ exchange of views followed by lunch we got out and about in Aldershot to see how the Corps performed on exercise and the type of issues they faced during conflicts. The event was fully subscribed with an overall attendance of 143. It began...
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