Major Simon Doyle is the Officer Commanding C Company of the 1st Battalion the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (1 PWRR) known as the ‘Tigers’.
Simon has responsibility for Area of Operations Centre-South as a part of Combined Force Nad ‘Ali, headed by 3rd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS).
- One final patrol for C Company 1 PWRR in the Green Zone 2 April, 2012 - It has been very positive to see how Capt Dawood has nurtured the confidence of the elders over the last month and in turn how the elders and people of the area have begun to entrust their futures to Capt Dawood, and through him the Afghan Government.
- Building bridges and fighting insurgents 29 March, 2012 - Major Simon Doyle MBE is the Officer Commanding of C Company of the 1st Battalion the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (1 PWRR) known as the ‘Tigers’. Major Doyle has responsibility for the PB Line Area of operations as a part of Combined Force nahr-e Saraj (North). Biggest RE bridge building project since Korean War Since … Continue reading Building bridges and fighting insurgents
- A tour of two halves 20 December, 2011 - We have hats in every colour of the rainbow being sported across the camp as dusk falls; a brown woolly hat making Pte Robertson-Sinclair look like Klinger from Mash, a baggy affair making Pte Edwards look like a Rastafarian and a Blue-Yellow-Blue woolly hat allowing Lt Grant Reynolds to remain Regimental through and through, even when shivering in camp!
- The local people were more than happy to take part in the community project 1 December, 2011 - Major Simon Doyle is the Officer Commanding C Company of 1st Battalion the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (1 PWRR) known as the Tigers. Simon has responsibility for Area of Operations Centre-South, as a part of Combined Force Nad e-Ali, headed by 3 SCOTS. The company are now over two months into Operation Herrick 15 and getting fully to … Continue reading The local people were more than happy to take part in the community project
- Patrols, progress, volleyball and Halloween treats 8 November, 2011 - The Chinooks took the Company Group for a ‘joy-ride’ through the cold morning sky before landing at our chosen spot in the desert just as the local national population were waking and beginning the routine of their day.
- The children are full of the same energy and vitality as those many of us have left behind 1 November, 2011 - Everything is gratefully received over here with magazines and books passed around after being read, and dusty guard rooms made cosier by children’s paintings and boxes of PG Tips!