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1. Issue. The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst (RMAS) will host the Women 100 (W100) Past and Present Supper as part of ongoing celebrations to mark one hundred years of women serving in the Army.

I’m currently Captain of the above and we would like to try and attract a few new members.
It’s open to any lady who served in any of the Corps of the AMS or who have any link, however tenuous, to the AMS. We even have the daughter of someone who served in the RAMC.
We currently play three times a year including Tidworth and Sunningdale Ladies and the other meeting is in this area. It’s open to any standard of player. We don’t take it ‘too’ seriously and it’s followed by a meal and prize giving. Please contact Judy Evans on j.evans743@btinternet.com.

You will all no doubt be delighted to hear that Keogh Barracks is now firmly back in the hands of the Army Medical Services following its closure as the Phase 2/3 training establishment in 2014. 4 Medical Regiment, 22 Field Hospital and Frimley Park (for accommodation and messing) are now based there and have made great headway in terms of developing, refreshing and making the place their home! Currently the Officers and Sergeants are sharing what was the old Keogh Barracks Officers Mess; however there will be a new WOs’ and Sgts’ Mess build sometime next year overlooking Mitchett Lake and I firmly believe that Keogh Barracks is a great place to be for the young soldiers and it really is fantastic that we have it back.

Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal


Major Ian Christopher McAULIFFE, Royal Army Medical Corps, Army Reserve


We are just settling into new order and new structure not just here at HQ Army Medical Services but across the Army as a whole following the recent Army Command Review; what was the Army Medical Directorate (AMD) now ceases to exist and has been dissolved into the HQ AMS and the 2* Directorates at Army Headquarters. We no longer have a Director General of the Army Medical Services (DGAMS) so there has been a period of “turbulence” whilst we settle into the new command structures.

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 28 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.