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9 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps (Nepal) 2022

2022 9 Regt RLC (Nepal)

Overseas Tour Report

 

The completion of Ex PING PONG WARRIORS 22 dating 21 Jul – 6 Aug 22 under the supervision of SSgt Limbu (IC) and LCpl Karki (2IC). See video report at the end of this page.

 

The exercise provided an excellent opportunity for 9 Regt RLC personnel to compete on the international stage, learn new skills, and strengthen relationships with the Nepalese National Table Tennis team, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur Table Tennis team.

 

The exercise was for 2 weeks, practice and competition with the team.

Our photos show 

their time in Nepal

 

Photos by - LCpl Bibek Karki

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Photos by - LCpl Bibek Karki

2022 9 Regt RLC (Nepal)

Overseas Tour Report

The team also organised a Cultural Visit whilst in Kathmandu, helping to improve cultural understanding and perspective of Nepalese culture. This included visiting the Narayanhiti Palace Museum, Swayambhu Mahachaitya, the Golden Temple, and Kumari Ghar, a living goddess in Patan.

 

I would like to thank Army Sports Control Board, Army Sports Lottery, RLC Trust Fund, QOGLR Trust, 9 Regt PRI, and Sqn Fund, BEWF, and BIMBTF for making the tour successful.

Report written by LCpl Karki, 9 Regt RLC.

Our photos show 

their time in Nepal

 

2022 9 Regt RLC (Nepal)

Overseas Tour Report

Brilliant to see @9_regiment_rlc 🏓 overseas tour 👉 we can’t wait for the Army Level one next 😊 #Repost @9_regiment_rlc with @use.repost・・・Last week saw the completion of Ex PING PONG WARRIORS 22. Under the supervision of SSgt Limbu (IC) and LCpl Karki (2IC), the exercise provided an excellent opportunity for 9 Regt personnel to compete on the international stage, learn new skills, and strengthen relationships with the Nepalese National Table Tennis team.

 

The team also organised a Cultural Visit whilst in Kathmandu, helping to improve cultural understanding and perspective of Nepalese culture. This included a visit to the Narayanhiti Palace Museum, Swayambhu Mahachaitya, the Golden Temple and visiting Kumari Ghar, a living goddess in Patan.

 

A brilliant experience for all those involved, well done team 👏 #blackandgold #RLC #royallogisticcorps #chippenham #104bde

#buckleybarracks #regiment #9reg #WeSustain

#WeAreTheRLC #ArmyConfidence #BeTheBest #Army #BritishArmy #StrongerTogether

Report above written by

9 Regt RLC, Instagram Account

Photos by - 9 Regt RLC Instagram

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