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The Iron Division
3rd (United Kingdom) Division -the British Army's high-readiness 'Reaction Force'.
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The Iron Division May 20
As we all know, this week is indeed some sage words from . Critically we must all recognise that we are all of one shared ethos in the military, and must look to each other for support. Talk to each other, and share the load.
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The Iron Division May 19
Throughout the lockdown period of COVID 19, the troops from battle group have been deployed with their partners, check out what they’ve been up to...
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The Iron Division May 19
Excellent work from the supporting the Jersey Health Service. See more below.
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The Iron Division May 18
As we all continue to wade through the difficult time born through COVID, troops in Estonia & Poland continue to train and work alongside allies. Follow the link to see what have been up to in Poland
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The Iron Division May 14
very kind of you to give the and an inspiring round of applause. Showing true camaraderie across all organisations, proving we are truly
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The Iron Division May 14
Some clear information about phased re-start of training. Although our commitment to operations has never stopped, we must adhere to the direction for the new normal as a whole force
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The Iron Division May 12
We really must mark today. The and medical professionals have been putting in the hours, selflessness to a fault. Today, as we should all days, we thank you for all you do.
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The Iron Division May 8
“Bless ‘em All” - those that went and never came back, those that fought & lived, our Allies & as ever, the families at home. - united through crisis in courage, duty & community. Bless ‘em all, as true a sentiment now as it was then.
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British Army May 7
Whilst life has changed for everyone currently, the Army is still committed to building peace and stability, in Cyprus as part of Op Tosca Lt Col James Gayner of 7 RIFLES, has recently taken command of the British peacekeeping force. Read more:
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Col Paul Clayton MBE May 4
What a joy to have the President of Estonia 🇪🇪 visiting the battle group 🇬🇧🇩🇰 on the ranges. They were firing in support of as they complete their conscript training.
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The Iron Division May 5
thank you for the link, great to see. The Iron Division - ready to; Protect, Engage, Constrain, and where necessary, Fight. Here are in
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The Iron Division May 4
75 years ago, ‘Monty’ receiving the surrender of 500,000 troops. This Friday marks the 75th anniversary of VE Day let us remember with thanks, the brave acts of selfless commitment then, that allows us so much now.
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Ministry of Defence 🇬🇧 Apr 22
Earlier at the Chief of the Defence Staff outlined military support to the NHS at this time. Service personnel are working to distribute PPE to NHS facilities around the country and are providing planning expertise to strengthen supply chains.
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The Iron Division Apr 21
Wishing Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II a very Happy Birthday! All the best to you and your family.
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The Iron Division Apr 21
excellent work from all of the team. Well done and keep it up! We really are
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The Iron Division Apr 16
- hats off to you old boy, and what an outstanding achievement and amount of money raised for NHS charities, £12m and counting!
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The Iron Division Apr 12
Sharing an important message from the Home Office, at home shouldn’t mean at risk.
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The Iron Division Apr 10
Great to hear from the Commander Standing Joint Command,
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NHS Nightingale London Apr 8
Thank you to all our colleagues from the and for your support. Together you have worked tirelessly to make the London NHS Nightingale Hospital possible
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