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The Rifles Chronicle 2015: An Annual Record Volume 9

£7.99

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304pp. Hardback. Very good condition. Some minimal shelf wear to cover. Otherwise as new.


As this year's Chronicle records the activities of our Regiment's five pillars (Regulars, Reserves, cadets, Associations and Communities) over the past year. By any measure 2015 has seen some remarkable achievements made possible by the work of our 'thinking Riflemen' and our many supporters, and by outstanding examples of leadership at every level. 2015 also saw the launch of the new Army Leadership Code and as you read this year's Chronicle I would ask you to reflect not just on what we have achieved but also on our ethos of leadership which seeks to empower every Rifleman and which has been so fundamental to making each activity that we have conducted as a Regiment such a success.

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Author(s):
Major (retd) R K Yuill
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Crest Publications

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304pp. Hardback. Very good condition. Some minimal shelf wear to cover. Otherwise as new.


As this year's Chronicle records the activities of our Regiment's five pillars (Regulars, Reserves, cadets, Associations and Communities) over the past year. By any measure 2015 has seen some remarkable achievements made possible by the work of our 'thinking Riflemen' and our many supporters, and by outstanding examples of leadership at every level. 2015 also saw the launch of the new Army Leadership Code and as you read this year's Chronicle I would ask you to reflect not just on what we have achieved but also on our ethos of leadership which seeks to empower every Rifleman and which has been so fundamental to making each activity that we have conducted as a Regiment such a success.

Author(s):
Major (retd) R K Yuill
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Crest Publications

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