Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Corps Dinner Night of the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) with my colleague, Chris Murray, Vice President of DGS Europe and former Director of the RLC. The RLC was formed in 1993 to provide logistics support and services to the British Army.
The dinner, hosted by Lieutenant General Mark Poffley OBE, the Master General of Logistics, was held at the RLC Headquarters Officers’ Mess in Deepcut; a 20th-century military village in Surrey Heath, United Kingdom. The evening included military entertainment and celebrations, and was attended by notable senior military logisticians of the British Army.
During the after-dinner speech, General Poffley praised Agility’s work in support of the UK Defence Operations, and thanked Agility for its continued sponsorship of the RLC Sports teams, which allows young soldiers to play sports at a higher competitive level, and contributes to the funds that allow them to hold competitions and participate in international tours.
Thank you RLC for a wonderful evening and the kind words from General Poffley.