Jersey reservists swap island life for Helmand with 21 Regiment Royal Engineers

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  1. Two Territorial Army volunteers from Jersey Field Squadron have swapped civilian life on the channel island for the heat and dust of Helmand province, and are now working with the regular Army unit 21 Engineer Regiment.

    As Royal Engineers, the soldiers are involved in a variety of tasks, such as building and improving forward operating bases and patrol bases, which includes constructing watchtowers, known as ‘sangars’, for security.

    To read about Sapper James Shales and Captain Leanne Christmas, click here
  2. Isn't she wearing the wrong cap badge?
  3. That's an RE officers capbadge as far as I know.

    At least I've seen RE officers wearing them.
  4. It does she's working mainly with the engineers