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A day with the Royal Corps of Signals

A day with the Royal Corps of Signals


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A day with the Royal Corps of Signals

An Army Land Rover patrol vehicle is silhouetted whilst operating with thee Royal Corps of Signals, testing the new Bowman equipment and shooting with them on the range

The British Army protects the United Kingdom's interests at home and abroad, providing a safe and secure environment in which all British citizens can live and prosper

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Army Equipment Iraq Silhouette Sunset Transport Vehicle Basra Bowman Land Rover Royal Corps Of Signals


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In this print captured by LA (Phot) Dave Griffiths, we are transported to a day with the Royal Corps of Signals in Iraq's Basra region. As the sun sets on the horizon, an Army Land Rover patrol vehicle takes center stage, its silhouette beautifully contrasting against the vibrant sky. The Royal Corps of Signals is seen here testing their new Bowman equipment, showcasing their unwavering commitment to staying at the forefront of military communication technology. This moment captures not only their dedication but also highlights their seamless coordination and efficiency in operating under challenging conditions. As darkness descends upon the range, soldiers engage in shooting exercises, honing their skills and ensuring readiness for any situation that may arise. The Land Rover serves as a reliable companion throughout these operations - a symbol of transport and mobility essential for success on the battlefield. This photograph encapsulates both strength and serenity; it portrays soldiers who exemplify bravery while working tirelessly behind-the-scenes to protect our nation's interests. It reminds us of the sacrifices made by our armed forces daily. LA (Phot) Dave Griffiths has masterfully captured this poignant moment in time, allowing us to appreciate not just the technical prowess displayed by these remarkable individuals but also providing us with a glimpse into life within one of Britain's most esteemed military units – The Royal Corps of Signals.

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