The War Illustrated April 5th, 1910 Famous Regiments at the Front Amongst the regiments represented in the B.E.F. in France is the L incolnshire Regiment the sphinx on its badge comm em orates its services in Egypt in 1801. O f course, the R.A .S.C .is there, too it was organized as it now exists in 1888, and the prefix “Royal ”was granted in November 1918 in recognition o fits achievements in the Great War. L incolnshire R egt. Royal Army Service Corps The Royal Army Service Corps is responsible for the transport of all that is required by the Army in the field, and on its efficient and smooth working the fate of battles depends. Left, an R.A.S.C. lorry is uploading ammunition. Right is the guard of a supply column going into the fighting area with a Bren gun mounted on a lorry and the gun crew wearing gas-masks and steel helmets. Photos, British Official: Crown Copyright
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