Reaching New heights — an Epic Climb

Reaching New heights

A record breaking achievement Neil Heritage, 39, was told he would never walk again after losing both of his legs in Iraq in 2004, but on the 7th August he proved doctors wrong when he reached the peak of the Matterhorn (4,692ft) on his third attempt.  Neil, from...
Challenging times

Challenging times

We certainly live in unprecedented territory; an environment that nobody could have predicted. The final ramifications are impossible to assess as to how best to weather the storm against a backdrop of ever-evolving strategy and a scenario that is unfolding daily,...
Awarding success on 4 wheels

Awarding success on 4 wheels

The Armed Forces Rally Team, with their iconic white Landrovers (Romeos) continue to be a super successful tri-service team of motor enthusiasts, competing in all forms of national and some international rally events. Their presence is always warmly greeted and...
HMS OARDACIOUS

HMS OARDACIOUS

Four Royal Navy submariners are undertaking the Talisker Atlantic Challenge in aid of the RNRMC. Having departed the Canaries in December last year they are now in sixth place overall, with 87 miles to row as of 1200 today (17 January) – the team have a current...
UK Armed Forces Rowing

UK Armed Forces Rowing

A report on the 2019 season from Wing Commander J O Thorley, Secretary of UK Armed Forces Rowing This summer Henley-on-Thames served yet again as a theatre for international rowing for five days, however this year, as we commemorated the 100th anniversary of the...