Author: shamlett

Cpl Henry Rodger, affectionately known at “Dodger” within 32 Signal Regiment joined the Territorial Army in 1979.  He served in the RLC as a driver until his current TA unit converted to the Scottish Yeomanry and he became a Trooper.  In 1999 further changes at...

Today marks the 70th birthday of the Queens Gurkha Signals. Raised in Kuala Lumpur in 1948 and established in 1949 the Regiment now consists of five field Squadrons and three independent troops with personnel detached across the UK, Nepal and Brunei. Over 600 current, past members and...

Mr David Duggan of Civica Digital handing over a cheque for £5000 to the Corps Colonel, Col Jason Gunning ADC, as part of their sponsorship of Royal Signals Institution events marking the centenary of the Royal Corps of Signals in 2020. Our sincere thanks for this...

Colonel Neil Jurd has recently been selected as the National Director of Initial Officer Training for the Army Cadet Force (ACF).  We asked Colonel Jurd to tell us about himself: Q.  You had 5 years with ACF Lancashire – what are you most proud of during your...

Twenty dedicated Regular and Reserve members of the Royal Signals Pipes and Drums have recently returned from the experience of a lifetime, performing to sell-out crowds at the Basel Tattoo in Switzerland. Three members were selected for the prestigious slot of the Lone Piper in the...

A Royal Signaller serving with NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) has re-enacted sending the first message back from the D-Day beaches – by releasing a pigeon from France on the 75th anniversary of the Normandy landings. Signaller Harry Swann, 24, from 252 Signal Squadron –...

Lt Col Matthew Longcake assumes command of 37 Signal Regiment, having spent 13 of the last 19 years of his career in the Regiment already and having fulfilled all the appointments it is possible to hold along the way. “I’m excited to be back, it feels...