I was gonna say; surely since you are on the net already it must be quicker to run if through a search engine than ask us lot! ???
The only latin I can remember is bellum, bellum, bellum, belli, bello, bello, which means to or for, by, with or from a war (which might come in handy if we ever attack the Vatican) and amo, amas, amat which is latin for combat supplies
I thought it was "With Resolution and Fidelity" - although what do I know I've only been in the AGC for 10 years.
This may seem like a flippant comment but although I have been in the AGC for ten years I neither care or want to know what it means. More importantly though - does anyone know how the Corps march goes?
'Pride of Lions'......hahahahahahahahahahahahaha, who the f*ck thought that one up? You're clerks!....... and nobody is scared of you! Pride of Lions my arrse! hahahahahahaha...........I wouldn't have the front to admit that if i were clerk! F*ckin' jessies job!
The Corps March is indeed 'Pride of Lions', and I have received extras for standing up for the wrong one, as it is so instantly forgettable.
Point to note that the SPS Branch have their own quick march 'Imperial Echoes' (Very fine RAPC ditty with an intro you can actually remember). We should make that the Corps March, and change the motto to something like 'Fide et Fiducia'.