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Lt Col Ross Cleland
Commanding Officer 2 Army Training Regiment
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 3h
Misty please do!
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 4h
Replying to @Tofrek
And thanks for sharing the original video clip Jon; that gave us the idea to try it on the parade!
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 4h
Replying to @Nick_Britten
Thanks for sharing Nick - they’re following in some impressive footsteps!
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 4h
Replying to @JohnNicholRAF
Yes the very same - they were singing on Exercise VALIANT SPIRIT, our Realities of War package, and did so well under the Menin Gate that we asked if they would be willing to sing again on their Pass off Parade.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 10h
Thanks for welcoming our new soldiers Sergeant Major. Please join us in the Mess before the Parade and in the Church afterwards for a cup of coffee and to meet the staff next time!
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 10h
‘We have overcome’. If this isn’t I don’t know what is. Our Fijian warriors singing to a packed crowd during their own pass off parade today (in the rain) having completed 14 weeks of demanding basic training. Turn the volume up! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 10h
Thanks again for coming Jim, and to your RSM. The troops appreciated the welcome, and the banter during a damp inspection!
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Lt Col Ross Cleland 10h
Awful weather didn’t dampen spirits as we welcomed the 85 new soldiers of 1 (Fowler) Squadron to the Army family today. Many thanks to Major General Sharon Nesmith, Director Personell, for taking the parade & to the training staff of Fowler Squadron! (🎥Tempest)
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 27
Many thanks and for spending time with the Warrant Officers and SNCOs of 28 Training Squadron RE during their development visit to Westminster and the MOD yesterday. They told me they really appreciated your time.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 26
These talented recruits caused quite a stir singing under the Menin Gate and complete their basic training tomorrow. And they’ve agreed to sing again during their pass off parade! To watch them and the parade join our Facebook live stream on the ATC(P) page from 1100hrs.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 26
A really nice touch and rewarding to see just how much these occasions mean to our families, and their pride in the development of their loved ones. Well done once again and the staff of Waterloo and Delhi Troops 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 21
Thanks again for coming and . Our new soldiers (and their talented staff) really appreciated the welcome.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 21
Advance in review order nailed! A fitting way to mark 14 weeks of incredibly hard work - passing off in front of a very vocal and proud crowd of family and friends. Congratulations to and the 76 new soldiers of Waterloo and Delhi troops.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 18
Trying something a little different when you’re already very busy can be daunting, but well worth the effort. So well done to , and all the instructors of 108 Squadron for giving this a good go. Proud to see the strong desire to be even better. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 18
Many thanks to and trade training staff from 2 (Training) Regiment for visiting, spending time with our recruits and giving them something really exciting to look forward to when they start the next stage of their career training to be groundcrew!
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Brigadier Mike Butterwick Commander ITG Feb 17
Now here is some Meet Recruit Taylor who is just 5 weeks into his training having just briefed a 1*, a CO and a pretty scary WO1 (Falklands veteran) on his - and he did it brilliantly!
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 17
Many thanks to for helping us recognise the 45 years of long service and good conduct of three of our incredible instructors and their families, and presenting prizes to the next generation they’ve worked so hard to train and inspire.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 14
I don’t think there could be a better advert for the we deliver than one of our own instructors entrusting his son to another training team. luckily he only made the mistake of calling him ‘Dad’ once! Congrats to the next generation of this proud military family.
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Lt Col Ross Cleland Feb 14
‘Ordinary people doing extraordinary things’, trained by a fantastic team! Congratulations to the 95 new soldiers passing off in front of a packed crowd of 800 friends and family. And thanks to Brigadier Chamberlain, Head of Personnel Policy, for taking the parade.
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Commander Home Command Feb 13
If you haven’t had enough of the current in-year amazing recruiting story yet ..... here’s 👇🏼 another 90 seconds of the raging success that is .
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