Pak Army once again outshined the entire world in an International competition

The army won gold in UK’s top competition ‘Cambrian Patrol’ for the fourth time

Pakistan Army has yet again won a gold medal at the yearly global military challenge ‘Exercise Cambrian Patrol’ held in the United Kingdom.

An 11-member Pakistan Army Team outshined as many as 134 teams from 31 countries in something that is considered one of the toughest military competitions of the world.

This is the fourth victory of team PAK Army in the competition that is held annually in wales. Previously Pakistan Army has secured gold at the same event in the years 2010, 2015 and 2017.


Full and final results of Cambrian Patrol 2018

The Cambrian Patrol 2018 was divided into six phases. Pakistan Army won gold in the 6th phase. Here are the full results with gold medals in bold.


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Eight

3rd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment (3 R ANGLIAN), Silver

The Queen’s Own Yeomanry, Silver

201 Field Hospital, Silver

Northumbria University Officer Training Corps, Silver

Bristol University Officer Training Corps, Gold

Queen’s Own Gurkha Logistic Coy, Gold

Cambridge University Officer Training Corps, Silver

Oxford University Officer Training Corps, Silver

Wales, University Officer Training Corps, Silver

6th Battalion, The Rifles Regiment (6 RIFLES), Bronze

157 (Welsh) Regiment, RLC, Bronze

Glasgow University Officer Training Corps, Bronze

3rd Battalion, Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (3 PWRR), Certificate


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Seven

104 Regiment, Royal Artillery, Silver

2 Signal Regiment, Silver

7 Regiment, RLC, Silver

Queen’s Royal Hussars, Silver

14 Regiment, Royal Artillery, Silver

16 Regiment, Royal Artillery, Silver

29 EOD Search Group, Certificate

3rd Infantry Battalion, Irish Defence Forces, Silver

Belarus, Gold

Moldova, Silver

Bosnia and Herzegovina Army, Silver

Greece, Silver

Latvia, Silver

Ukraine, Silver


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Six

1st Battalion, Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment 1 PWRR, Gold

12 Regiment, Royal Artillery, Bronze

The Royal Lancers (Queen Elizabeth’s Own), Silver

4th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (4 SCOTS), Silver

Household Cavalry, Silver

216 Parachute Signal Squadron, Silver

9 Regiment, RLC, Silver

ITC Catterick, Silver

16 Regiment, Royal Artillery, Bronze

6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, Gold

Pakistan Army, Gold

6th Division, Chilean Army, Silver

Recce Company, 17th Mechanised Brigade, Poland, Bronze


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Five

1st Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (1 SCOTS), Silver – despite losing two members of the team due to injury

Army Training Centre (ATC) Pirbright, Silver

4 Armoured Close Support Battalion, REME, Bronze

4 Regiment, Army Air Corps, Bronze

3rd Division Signal Regiment, Bronze

1 Regiment, RLC, Bronze

32 Regiment, Royal Artillery, Certificate

Griffin Brigade, Lithuania, Silver

Guard Hussar Regiment, Denmark, Silver

National Guard, Republic of Cyprus, Bronze

Princess Patricia’s Light Infantry, Canada, Silver

Philippines, Certificate

Nigeria, Certificate


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Four

2nd Battalion, Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (2 PWRR), Gold (Lt Perry Campion, Patrol Commander)

1st Battalion, Royal Gurkha Rifles (1 RGR), The Brigade of Gurkhas, Gold (Captain Bikash Gurung, Patrol Commander)

1st Battalion, The Rifles Regiment (1 RIFLES), Support Company, Silver

5th Battalion, The Rifles Regiment (5 RIFLES), Recce Platoon, Silver

Adjutant General’s Corps, Bronze

Gurkha Company (Sittang), The Brigade of Gurkhas, Silver

Uzbekistan, Gold

France, Silver

2nd Battalion, 8th Gorka Rifles, Indian Army, Silver


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Three

Royal Dragoon Guards, Silver

27 Regiment, RLC, Silver

13 Air Assault Support Regiment, RLC, Silver

Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) Support Battalion, The Brigade of Gurkhas, Silver

23 Parachute Engineer Regiment Certificate

6 Regiment, RLC, Certificate

144 Parachute Medical Squadron, 16 Medical Regiment, Certificate

231st Mounted Infantry Battalion, Germany, Certificate

44th Light Motorized Battalion, Czech Republic, Certificate


Cambrian Patrol, Phase Two

1st Battalion, The Rifles Regiment (1 RIFLES), Gold

Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Silver

Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland (2 SCOTS), Silver

5th Battalion, The Rifles Regiment (5 RIFLES), Silver

2nd Battalion, The Royal Gurkha Rifles (2 RGR), Silver

Queen’s Gurkha Engineers, Silver

4th Battalion, The Rifles Regiment (4 RIFLES), Bronze

4th Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment (4 YORKS), Certificate

Royal Netherlands Marine Corps (Korps Mariniers), Bronze

Italy, Bronze

Switzerland, Bronze

Kosovo, Bronze

Albania, Bronze

Georgia, Bronze

Nepal, Bronze

Armenia, Certificate


More about Exercise Cambrian Patrol

Simulated helicopter crash on Cambrian Patrol 2018

Soldiers arrive at a simulated helicopter crash scene encountering mass casualties and chaos. Just one of the scenarios patrols face on the world's toughest patrolling test – Exercise Cambrian Patrol.

Geplaatst door British Army op Dinsdag 16 oktober 2018

Exercise Cambrian Patrol is the world’s biggest and toughest military patrolling exercise that puts its participants through an 80 KM course which has to be completed within 48 hours. Throughout the course, the military teams are expected to go through many different military exercises.

The terrain and environment of the setting are always very tough. It is held in the Cambrian Mountains throughout the swamps of mid-Wales.

This exercise tests the courage, physical endurance, self-discipline, leadership and determination of the participant teams. The teams that excel in these are awarded a gold medal.


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