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154 (Scottish) Regiment RLC

154 (Scottish) Regiment is the only regiment of the RLC based in Scotland. It's role is to provide general transport support for the British Army.

About the Regiment

In addition it is closely linked with 7 Regiment RLC and provides trained manpower to support them in conducting operations around the world. In recent years it has deployed to Afghanistan and with the United Nations in Cyprus.

The Regiment has the following squadrons:

  • 527 (Dunfermline) Headquarters Squadron
  • 239 (Fife) Transport Squadron
  • 221 (Glasgow) Transport Squadron
  • 230 (Edinburgh) Transport Squadron
  • 251 (Ayrshire) Transport Squadron

Each of the squadrons is equipped with heavy lift vehicles which can carry 15 tons of equipment cross country. The capacity can be doubled by adding a trailer. In addition to heavy lift vehicles, the Squadrons are also equipped with the rough terrain fork lift truck, fuel tankers, Landrovers, Field Catering Equipment and modern weapon systems.

Our soldiers are highly trained and skilled in a wide variety of trades, including: Drivers, Communication Specialists, Chefs, Military Clerks and Combat Medical Technicians. Each squadron also has a Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineer (REME) workshop section who provide the trained Vehicle Mechanics, Electricians, Metal Smiths and Recovery Mechanics with skills and expertise in the repair and recovery all of all the Squadron's equipment.

Each squadron has three troops and a Squadron Headquarters. Initial recruits join X-Ray Troop and remain with them until they complete their basic recruit training. Next they progress to Yankee troop where they learn to drive and enable them to obtain category B (Car) and C (LGV 2) licences. Soldiers can then learn how to operate one of the Squadron's heavy lift vehicles.

Join our Regiment

If you are thinking about joining 154 (Scottish) Regiment as an Army Reserve soldier you will need to consider what you want to get out of your part-time career. If you would like to get a driving licence up to Cat C+E and fancy some physically and mentally demanding training in your spare time then the Scottish Transport Regiment is for you.

You get paid whilst you train and, for those that meet their minimum annual training commitment, you can also qualify for a tax free annual bonus. Never forgetting we always aim to have fun, as well as providing real capability to support the Regular Army on operations. Here's where we are. Pay us a visit any Wednesday evening (7.30 - 9.00 pm), or give us a call.


Dunfermline

527 (HQ) Sqn, Army Reserve Centre, Bruce House, Elgin Street, DUNFERMLINE, KY12 7SA
01383 723 615


Edinburgh

230 Sqn, Army Reserve Centre, 126 Alnwickhill Road, EDINBURGH, EH16 6NQ
0131 664 3454


Glasgow

221 Sqn, Army Reserve Centre, 84 Clydesmill Drive, Carmyle, GLASGOW G32 8RG
0141 641 9593


Irvine

251 Sqn, Army Reserve Centre, Corsehill Mount Road, Dreghorn, IRVINE KA11 4JZ
01294 211963

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