The regiment was formed in the Royal Corps of Transport in 1967 as 151st (Greater London) Transport Regiment, from three territorial transport regiments and two independent squadrons, with one ambulance squadron, one tank-transporter squadron, one parachute squadron and one transport squadron. The parachute squadron was redesignated as a brigade support squadron in 1978. The regiment was transferred into the Royal Logistics Corps in 1993, and 215 Squadron was disbanded. In 1999, the independent 124 Petroleum Squadron was regimented and all squadrons were redesignated as transport squadrons except 124 which kept its highly specialised role. The regiment was later redesignated as the 151(Greater London) Logistic Support Regiment
ILS offers cradle-to-grave care: The concept of integrated logistic support is gaining ground in the evolving relationship between train manufacturers and operators. (Train Maintenance).
Oct 01, 2002; CONCEIVED in the 1970s by the American defence industry, Integrated Logistic Support (ES) is now being applied by Alstom...