The top accolade from the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst was awarded to Officer Cadet Sarah Hunter-Choat, who received the award during her commissioning at the Sovereign’s Parade on Friday 14 December.
Soldiers of 64 Works Group Royal Engineers (64 Wks Gp RE) have received the Firmin Sword of Peace at a civic reception held in their honour in Nottingham.
The Royal Engineers have been hard in training and have conducted their final practice session before attempting to reverse the loss suffered in the first FA Cup Final 140 years ago.
It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must announce the death of Lance Corporal Matthew David Smith from the Corps of Royal Engineers. Lance Corporal Smith was killed in action on Friday 10th August 2012.
It is with deep regret that the Ministry of Defence must announce a soldier from 30 Armoured Engineer Squadron, 26 Engineer Regiment, Royal Engineers was killed in Afghanistan, today, 10 August, 2012.
A Corps of Royal Engineers officer, recently awarded an MBE for his work, talks about his team’s achievements building roads and checkpoints in Afghanistan during Operation HERRICK 13.
A Royal Engineers team is helping local Afghans in Lashkar Gah build a future beyond 2014 by offering advice on a range of projects vital to the security of the area. Report by Ian Carr.
Sapper Vasilis ‘Taz’ Tzanetis is the lead searcher in an elite team of Royal Engineers on 24-hour call to seek out improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in Helmand province.
Royal Engineers from 59 Commando Squadron have completed construction of an Afghan Local Police (ALP) station in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province.
It is with sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of Warrant Officer Class 2 Graham Bean from 73 Engineer Regiment (Volunteers), Royal Engineers, attached to the 3 Royal Anglian Group, in Cyprus, on Tuesday 3 May 2011.
A new crossing built by the Royal Engineers, which fords one of southern Helmand’s largest waterways, has proven to be a major success with commuters, providing a lifeline to rural communities.
Royal Engineers working along with US Army engineers have replaced a bridge on a key route in Helmand province which was recently destroyed by an insurgent bomb.