RAMC


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Royal Army Medical Corps

A specialist corps of the Army Medical Services (UK) that provides medical care to British Army personnel and their families in times of both war and peace. Under the Geneva Conventions, members of the RAMC can only use their weapons in self-defence.

RAMC

Abbrev. for Royal Army Medical Corps.
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Prior to his service in the RAMC, early in the First World War, Dr Calwell was medical officer at Langholm Red Cross Auxiliary Hospital; joint medical officer at the Eskdale Fever Hospital and joint medical officer for examining military recruits from the Langholm area, in addition to his role as a GP in the Muckle Toon.
On Friday last the Town Hall was crowded to witness the pleasing sight of the presentation of an 18-carat gold half-hunter watch and gold albert to Pte David Thomas RAMC to mark their appreciation of his bravery in winning the Military Medal.
In his conclusion, Atenstaedt praises the efficiency of the RAMC and gives it relatively high marks for its efforts in grappling with these novel afflictions.
As allergy expert, RAMC can make recommendations on a wide selection of anti-allergen products available on the market to help people suffering from allergies and asthma.
As a result the RAMC had to take steps to protect their limited supplies.
Phil Garner , 44, an RAMC reservist and staff nurse, received a letter from the MoD's veterans unit confirming 10 from the hospital team had died.
His uncle wrote: "I never felt prouder of him than when he voluntarily submitted himself to two medical operations at his own expense to qualify himself for acceptance to a fighting unit and, though ultimately and to his great disappointment rejected, we had the satisfaction of knowing that he did his bit for King and country in connection with the RAMC.
After completing his commerce degree at Birmingham University in 1915, Charles volunteered to join the RAMC because he wanted to save lives rather than take them.
We first met at 12 Coy RAMC Royal Herbert Hospital, Shooters Hill, Woolwich, in December 1955 to begin an X-ray course and qualify as radiographers.
I AM seeking to trace a long lost National Service friend and colleague whose home was originally Tonypandy when we were colleagues in the RAMC.
He served in Hong Kong, Singapore and Germany before returning to the UK and becoming commanding officer of the RAMC College and the Military Hospital in Aldershot.
We have been the number one office in Martin County since 1998 in closed sales volume (based on RAMC MLS data).