Introduction
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Objects of the Association

Maintaining contact between past and present members, fostering mutual friendship between them and holding social gatherings.

Objects of the Association

Fostering esprit de corps, comradeship and preserving traditions

Objects of the Association

To relieve either generally or individually, members of the RAMC Association or past and present members of the corps and their dependants who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress.

medic medleyIf you have a Service connection with the RAMC, we hope that having read our web site, you will want to join the Association. Please complete the form, selecting the Branch closest to you. It will be sent to that Branch, who will then contact you with further details and send you a membership application form.

The RAMC association is maintained by Full and Associate membership which must be renewed annually. Full membership is for people who are serving or who have served with the RAMC and Associate, is, literally, for anyone who has, now or in the past, been associated with the RAMC. For example, this could include members of other corps who have served with or alongside RAMC units and wives and partners of members; it is left up to the local Branch to decide who they will take as Associate Members.

The Branches are responsible for the administration and process of the application forms. It is, also, important to know that all serving members of the RAMC are members of the Association.

Optionally, members can subscribe to the RAMC the medic magazine...

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Her Bright Smile

The RAMC slow march - "Her Bright Smile Lingers Still".
Music recorded by RAMC Staff Band.


Here's Health Unto His Majesty

The RAMC march - "Here's Health Unto His Majesty".
Music recorded by RAMC Staff Band.


The RAMC Association

William Boog LeishmanIn 1926, the RAMC Association was formed to further the camaraderie of WW1 Corps veterans with Sir William Leishman being the first President. There are now some 38 branches around UK with a predominantly veteran membership although most serving Corps members also are members centrally. The Association has traditionally been supported by Corps Funds and especially for the expenses of the branch standards and standard bearers.