Platoon Commanders Battle Course success

The Royal Anglian Regiment welcomes its newest batch of Platoon Commanders Battle Course (PCBC) qualified Platoon Commanders. 2nd Lieutenant Jake Peel, 2nd Lieutenant Anthony Stratton and 2nd Lieutenant Oliver White are photographed alongside their course instructors.

Major Adam Mackness (Officer Commanding), Captain Danny Spray (Second in Command) and Captain Jack Wright (Instructor) have trained multiple R ANGLIAN officers over the past year. The course culminated in the completion of Exercise FANDANCE (pictured).

The Royal Anglian Regiment seems to be taking over the Infantry Battle School (Brecon) with a disproportionally high amount of Directing Staff posted there.

Of note, the Regiment also has Major Tim Hearne (Chief Instructor) Captain Ben Humphreys (Adjutant Infantry Battle School), Warrant Officer Class Two Christopher Brookes (RQMS) and Colour Sergeant Merrick Prescott and Colour Sergeant Callum Wade (Junior Division Instructor) amongst the ranks of Brecon.

As a team, they are training the future generations of Royal Anglian soldiers and officers. The Royal Anglian Regiment’s approach is classless and ensures a high level of quality and consistency for all our future leaders. The Regiment takes pride in its approach to developing and believing in its soldiers.


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