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  1. 01/01/2022 · System that complements the Rifle and is ballistically matched to the stated ammunition nature and supplied barrel length.” More specifically a “5.56mm Armalite Rifle (AR Platform) optimised for use with L15A2, a 62gr 5.56×45 NATO ball round, equivalent to SS109”. Including: A Safe Blank Firing System (SBFS) for use with

  2. The current licensing procedure involves: positive verification of identity, two referees of verifiable good character who have known the applicant for at least two years (and who may themselves be interviewed and/or investigated as part of the certification), approval of the application by the applicant's own family doctor, an inspection of the premises and cabinet where firearms will be kept ...

  3. In the Army, most regiments, battalions of regiments, and separate battalions also have a stand of colours. The first is the National Color, which is a 36 in × 48 in (91 cm × 122 cm) version of the national flag trimmed with a 2 + 1 ⁄ 2 in-wide (6.4 cm) gold fringe, and is the equivalent of the King's Colour in the British Army.

  4. Red coat, also referred to as redcoat or scarlet tunic, was a military garment which was widely (though not exclusively) used by the infantry units of the British military, including the British Army and Royal Marines, from the 16th to 19th centuries.

  5. PART ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.0 Introduction Training is the process of preparing men and women for their careers in the military. Military training is progressive and continues all the way through an individual’s career; being a mixture of mandatory, optional, individual and collective training and educational programmes. The purpose of Phase 1 initial military training is

  6. He was the 150th British soldier to die in the current conflict in Afghanistan. Corporal Graeme Stiff , aged 24, and Corporal Dean John , aged 25, both from the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers , serving with the Light Aid Detachment , 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards, died during the afternoon of Sunday 15 March 2009, as a result of an enemy explosion.

  7. 25/11/2022 · Royal Engineer fuel specialists train alongside NATO partner. British Army fuel specialists who keep the Army operating worldwide have been training with German Armed Forces personnel over the last 12 months in Germany, the UK and in Cyprus.