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Photo also shows Rep St Maj (Des) WO1 Jamie Loy,
Mr Graham Mottley Aldershot Branch Standard Bearer
and Mr Paul (Ace) Whittick a RAMC Chelsea Pensioner.

RAMC Ceremonial Party from 2 Medical Regiment turning the pages of their books of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey this morning Saturday 1 July .

In Arduis Fidelis

As part of the RAMC Corps Celebrations and to commemorate 125 years of the RAMC, a Study Day took place on Tuesday 27 June at the National Army Museum (NAM), London, where those in attendance were joined and honoured by the visit of our Colonel-in-Chief, His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester KG GCVO.

Lt. Col. K. A. Reeves
(aka: Ken, Dad, Granpa, Great Granpa, uncle Ken)

July 14th 1923 – February 16th 2023

My dad passed away on the 16th February 2023, peacefully in his own bed at the age of 99 surrounded by his wife Karol, grand daughter Michelle, great grand daughter Georgia. His carers, Lisa, Georgina and Monica and nurses from St Christopher’s.

Picture (Left to Right): Brig Simpson (Rep Col Commandant), Col Millar (Nat Sec of the RAMC Association),
Ulster Br Standard (background) and Professor Tom Trinick (Chair Ulster Branch).

As part of the RAMC Corps Day Celebrations and to commemorate 125 years of the RAMC, a wreath laying Ceremony took place on Sunday 25th June at the RAMC Memorial within St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin.

In March 2023 Supporting Wounded Veterans and HighGround were awarded a three-year grant by the Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust from the Transformational Funding programme. Their aim is to develop new forms of support for veterans under 30 who are due to leave, or have left, the Armed Forces within the last five years and are experiencing additional challenges which could lead to long term negative outcomes. Further detail can be found at the attached Press Release.

 SWV Press Release

The RAMC Association

William Boog LeishmanIn 1925, 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 25 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.