Royal Engineers honoured for their work in Afghanistan
7 Jun 2012 03:27 PM
Royal Engineers who have been helping to build a more secure Afghanistan have received their richly deserved 'Herrick' campaign medals at Chetwynd Barracks in Nottinghamshire.
The soldiers from 67 Works Group Royal Engineers marched onto the parade square in front of proud family and friends to receive their medals from their Commanding Officer, Lieutenant Colonel Brian Williams.
Whilst in Afghanistan the engineers were based in Camp Bastion and forward operating bases across Helmand province. A team also worked closely with the UK Government's Provincial Reconstruction Team based at Lashkar Gah.
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