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The annual RAMC service at the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas. Those on parade include serving soldiers, retired members of the Association and the RAMC Chelsea Pensioners emphasising the long and proud history of the Corps, from its past to the present day. More about the history of the Corps & Association.
A rare moment of respite during Operation Herrick (British military operation in Afghanistan since 2002).
Read about the Role of AMS RHQ...
As well as supporting war fighting, the RAMC take part in humanitarian campaigns. A medical officer tending children in an orphanage in Sierra Leone.
Throughout its history, personnel serving in the RAMC have carried out their tasks under very gruelling conditions and none more so than during theWW1 battle of Passchendaele. We never forget our comrades that became casualties themselves while tending their comrades.
Read Our Online Book of Remembrance...
The RAMC offers a varied career that includes work and leisure opportunities and the Association is for all members of the corps, whether serving or retired.
Apply for Membership of the Association...
The RAMC motto - in arduis fidelis
I regard it as a great privilege that I was appointed as the National Chairman of the RAMC Association and I welcome you to our website. In the past years, the website has become established as an important way of communicating with everyone who is or has been a member of the RAMC and as a way of telling people who have not served about the organisation that we are so proud of. The statistics tell us that we have views from all over the world (in fact, every continent except Antarctica!)
I hope that you will enjoy reading about the many aspects of the Association and the RAMC. If you are serving, then you are a member already and if you are retired, use the membership page to find out where your local Branch is and join our wonderful Association.