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Infrastructure engineering tasks at the more demanding end of the technical spectrum are undertaken by deployable works groups made up of Specialist Teams Royal Engineers (STREs).
Comrades Robert Fowler, Ronnie Townsend, Joe Docherty, John Heirs and Kevin Skinnider of Paisley Royal Engineers Association
Today 82-year-old Alan Wilebore pays tribute to his brave Royal Engineer grandfather Ernest Willliam Wilebore, killed four days after the armistice:
She will now continue to develop her skills and training as The Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers prepares for a busy year of exercises.
Evonne McCord joined fellow former sappers to pay their respects to fallen comrades and mark 300 years of the Royal Engineers.
"The Royal British Legion provides invaluable support to our veterans, serving service personnel and their families and I'm grateful for the continued support we receive." Commuters were treated to rousing music from The Band of the Royal Signals, The Band of the Royal Engineers, The Band of the King's Regiment, and The Band of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
He said: "It's the official railwaymen's war memorial and is on display at Highley alongside a Roll of Honour listing the casualties suffered by the Royal Engineers in World War II.
His involvement in the base came almost a decade ago, when the Army was considering the location for a base in Afghanistan and he was part of a specialist team of Royal Engineers.
72 Engineer Regiment is made up of volunteer Royal Engineers, aged 18 to 64, who provide front line troops with invaluable specialist engineer support.
Lee Arundale of the Royal Engineers is based in Camp Bastion and will miss the first Christmas for his baby son Ryan Craig who is in Scotland.
"Also in attendance and playing in the event were three teams of serving personnel from the Royal Engineers and the Queen's Gurkha Regiment, led by Major Keith Lowerson of the Royal Engineers and Major Ek Gurung of the Queen's Gurkha Regiment.