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The RAMCA marching contingent at the Cenotaph lead by the Chairman Brigadier (Retired)Alistar Macmillan. Remembering all those past and present officers and soldiers of the RAMC.

It is with regret that some people who have applied for tickets may not be able to attend this year, due to the following reasons. We will endeavour to let you know as soon as possible.

Operation of a seating plan which incorporates a number of doubles/single seats at 1m social distancing which allows them TOTALS of : 284 seats in the Nave, 139 in the South Transept and 109 in the North, and a total congregation size of 532 (rather than the 2000 they had in previous years).

This will leave us with a total of about 50 or so seats maximum  (rather than our usual 150) to include serving people and we will not all be able to sit together and we won’t all be in the Nave. Clearly We must include   Head of the RAMC and wife, Rep Col Comdt and wife , some serving , some of our  ROs and then the Widows  that have been invited as ever by the Corps, and there will be tighter controls. A single seating ticket and only sitting together if already in a bubble.

The post holder will foster friendships amongst Armed Forces Veterans and extend to them the comradeship of the Chelsea Pensioners, the community and experience of military life at the Royal Hospital Chelsea.

Whilst our outreach proposals have been developed to an early stage, there is significant scope for the right candidate to shape the delivery and strategic direction of the three phases of our outreach strategy from planning and implementation to development.

The post holder will also be required to act in the capacity of Chief of Staff (COS) to the Governor and CEO for the control and coordination of Royal Hospital Chelsea emergency responses along with overseeing and sign off on several military events. They will also carry out the duties of the Royal Hospital Duty Officer and will take part in all ceremonial events as required.

We are looking for someone who has the ability and skills to develop and deliver outreach and therapeutic programmes for older people or those who may be isolated. The successful candidate must have excellent people skills and the ability to forge strong working relationships with charity beneficiaries, staff, and stakeholders. You will be required to operate at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels.

The successful candidates must have a proven ability in military junior and mid-range command and staff appointments. An ICSC qualification is strongly desirable. It would be beneficial to have a working knowledge of the military charity sector, including the ability to demonstrate established professional networks.

The salary for this role is in the region of £53,750. The post holder will be entitled to onsite accommodation. Benefits include a Civil Service pension, 25 days annual leave, onsite gym and café. As this post involves working with adults with care and support needs the successful candidate will be required to complete an enhanced DBS application.

Click to visit the The Royal Hospital Chelsea website to apply...

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Obituary from George Anderson concerning the death of his father, Col. Robert Anderson RAMC

My father was an RAMC officer and doctor who served between 1970 and 2005 in various roles including Director of Psychiatry.

  • Born September 1940 (During Battle of Britain).
  • Aberdeen University: Degrees in Medicine and Arts (Served as a Jock in TA Gordon Highlanders)
  • Joined Regular Army 1970, RMO to Queens Dragoon Guards in Catterick.
  • Postings to Catterick, BAOR, Woolwich, Hong Kong.
  • 1972 Deployed with BATT (attached to 22 SAS) to Oman.
  • Multiple visits/ clinics to NI.
  • 1983 CO BMH Falkland Islands.
  • 1986 Left Army to work at Murray Royal Hospital, Perth.
  • Joined TA 205 (V) Field Hospital.
  • 1991 Deployed to Saudi Arabia on OP GRANBY.
  • Subsequently Rejoined Regular Army as Director Psychiatry.
  • Multiple visits/ clinics to Fmr Yugoslavia including Sarajevo during Siege.
  • Multiple visits to Northern Ireland, including to Divis Flats and Buruki Sangar.
  • 2003 Deployed on OP TELIC, helped establish hospital at Shaiba Logistics Base
  • 2005 Finally Retired from Army at age 65.
  • Continued working on Mental Health Review Tribunals in North of England and Scotland, never officially retired and was still communicating with them this year.
  • Died peacefully at home 1st September 2021.

The funeral will be at Sacred Heart Church in Edinburgh on 15th September.

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To all Serving and Retired members of the RAMC, please watch the attached video messages from our Col in Chief and the RAMC Association Chairman, on this day to celebrate our 123rd year as a Corps.

Take time to think about our Officers and Soldiers who are serving both overseas on Operations and in the UK with the response to COVID. Also give a moment in your thoughts to the 32 Serving and Retired members of the RAMC family who have passed away in the past year.

We hope that next year we will all be able to celebrate together again.

“In Arduis Fidelis”

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