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As it currently stands, planning consent for the Britannia Quay site, in Cardiff was granted in December 2020. Fundraising for the project continues and will target major foundations and grant-giving bodies and until this is complete no fixed dates can be provided. However, the Board of Trustees remain committed to the strategic relocation of the museum to Cardiff and in the interim, the current Museum and Shop remains fully operational and open to all visitors at Keogh Barracks.

We've received a number of enquiries about RAMC125 merchandise, please see the following items now available. Click on the link to go to the Museum of Military Medicine website to order.

The Royal Army Medical Corps celebrates its 125th Anniversary in 2023. This Navy two sided cotton tote bag commemorates this, depicting the RAMC commissioned memorial sculpted by Alan Beattie Herriot. The statue itself is at The National Arboretum


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To celebrate the 125 years of the Royal Army Medical Corps formation we have commissioned a range of special memorabilia to commemorate the occasion.


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To celebrate the 125 years of the Royal Army Medical Corps formation we have commissioned a range of special memorabilia to commemorate the occasion.


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Due to expansion, an exciting opportunity for an occupational health technician to join a dynamic occupation health company that is a leading specialist in the UK for workplace drugs and alcohol testing. Objective Health is recruiting and are interested in Military Medic Veterans.

The company work flexible hours facilitating our clients’ requirements, with a head office working hours - Monday - Friday 8.00am to 5.30pm with a Drugs and Alcohol 24hr on call rota (Contracted for 40 hours per week with varied overtime available). Salary - £20 – 30k DOE

As an Occupational Health Technician, you will be an integral part of the team, providing a compassionate, professional clinical service that is instrumental in the quality of care our clients receive. This is an opportunity to work alongside a team of dedicated professionals. You will enjoy working closely alongside your experienced colleagues to deliver and maintain the highest levels of customer satisfaction that the industry has to offer.

The Military Knights of Windsor

The Military Knights of Windsor proudly claim to be the oldest military establishment in the Army List. Formed in 1348 by King Edward III shortly after the Battle of Crecy, the foundation consisted of Knights who, having taken their private armies to France to fight for the King, had been taken prisoner by the French who demanded heavy ransoms in return for their release. In most cases, these unfortunate warriors were reduced to absolute poverty and were forced to beg for alms.

Known as the Alms Knights and nicknamed “Poor Knights” they formed part of the College of St George that was created to support the establishment of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. 26 “Poor Knights", mirroring the 26 Garter Knights were given accommodation in the Lower Ward of Windsor Castle in exchange for daily prayer in St George’s Chapel for, and on behalf of, the Garter Knights.

The Imperial War Museums (IWM) and King’s Centre for Military Health Research (KCMHR) at King’s College London are seeking to interview current and past service personnel about their deployments to Afghanistan between 2001-2021.

This is an opportunity to informally share your experiences relating to your deployment(s) to Afghanistan and your thoughts on the subsequent withdrawal of troops in August 2021. IWM will preserve your oral history interview permanently for future generations as part of its historic collection.  KCMHR will analyse your oral history to research around the impact of deployment(s) to Afghanistan to help shape future support provided to those who deployed. 

If you have served in Afghanistan between 2001-2021 and would like to find out more about the project, please get in contact with IWM’s Contemporary Conflict team:

Afternote from the National Secretary:

Any Volunteers to this Project who wish to share their experiences in Afghanistan should also be mindful of any areas that may be subject to the Official Secrets Act (OSA).


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.