The Royal Logistic Corps Troop Commanders' Course

October 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Oct2000, Vol. 2 Issue 8, p55
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The article provides information on the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) Troop Commanders' course is a foundation course in logistics for graduates of the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst. The RLC Troop provides the logistics support for fighting troops, including storage, supply, distribution, catering and postal services. The course offers the opportunity for graduates to achieve the certificate in Logistics of the Institute of Logistics and Transport in England.


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