|154 (Scottish) Regiment RLC|
|Role||3rd Line Transport|
|Part of||101 Logistic Brigade|
|March||Quick March - On Parade|
Slow March -Lion, Sword and Crown
|Anniversaries||Formation Day 5 Apr|
Battle of Waterloo
|Lieutenant Colonel Justin Yates RLC|
|Ceremonial chief||The Princess Royal|
|Col Gordon Stewart|
|Tactical Recognition Flash|
|Abbreviation||154 Regt RLC|
154 (Scottish) Regiment is a regiment of the British Army's Royal Logistic Corps. It forms part of the Army Reserve. Its role is to provide general transport support at 'third line' for the British Army.
The regiment was formed as the 154th (Lowland) Regiment, RCT (Volunteers) in Glasgow in 1967. The initially comprised just 221 Squadron and 222 Squadron. 225 Squadron was formed in 1969, 251 Squadron in 1971 and 225 Squadron in 1992. 527 Squadron, 230 Squadron and 231 Squadron and 251 Squadron were added on amalgamation with 153 (Highland) Transport Regiment to form the Scottish Transport Regiment in 1993. 231 Squadron was subsequently disbanded. It became 154 (Scottish) Regiment RLC under the Army 2020 reforms and an extra squadron, 239 Squadron, was formed in 2016.
- 527 (Dunfermline) Headquarters Squadron, Royal Logistic Corps based in Dunfermline
- 221 (Glasgow) Transport Squadron, Royal Logistic Corps based in Glasgow
- 230 (Edinburgh) Transport Squadron, Royal Logistic Corps based in Edinburgh
- 239 (Fife) Transport Squadron, Royal Logistic Corps based in Dunfermline
- 251 (Ayrshire) Transport Squadron, Royal Logistic Corps based in Irvine
Each of the task squadrons is equipped with the Leyland-DAF Demountable Rack Off Load and Pick up System (DROPS), which is a Medium Mobility Load Carrier (MMLC) capable of carrying 15 tonnes of stocks or equipment cross country.
The regiment wears the Tactical Recognition Flash of the Royal Logistic Corps. The tartan of the regiment is the MacDuff.
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