Royal Army Medical Corps


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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.
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STILL LIVING THROUGH IT: Former serviceman Paul Nixon above, and front below, is still suffering the mental effects of war after serving with the Royal Army Medical Corps
They are all from the private collection of an ex military man who passed away and had served in the Royal Army Medical Corps.
Rank: Quartermaster Serjeant Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps Age: 25 Date of Death: 20-8-1915 Buried at: Hill 10 Cemetery Nelson Joseph Stubbs Son of Mr and Mrs Nelson Stubbs, of 108 Albany Road, Camberwell, London; husband of Florence Annie Stubbs, of 14 Craddock Street, Riverside, Cardiff.
Jason Samuels, 43, from Wrexham, served with the Royal Army Medical Corps and saw action in the first Gulf War.
Six months on from completing her initial training, Molly is deployed to Afghanistan as part of the Royal Army Medical Corps.
The Coldstream Guards officer and his Royal Army Medical Corps rescuer were caught in the "green on blue" Taliban ambush on patrol in a violent part of Helmand Province in Afghanistan.
THIS Friday, it is the AGM of the Royal Army Medical Corps branch at the Royal Warwicks Club, Tower Street, Coventry, at 11am.
He was studying at Bristol University and was due to take up a commission in the Royal Army Medical Corps.
The bag of documents and other items relate to Sergeant Ronald Thomas Price and show he served with the Royal Army Medical Corps in India in the 1940s.
He was trained at the Birmingham Municipal School of Art in Margaret Street, where his training was interrupted by the First World War when he served in the Royal Army Medical Corps from 1915 to 1917.
Flowers and a cap badge from the Royal Army Medical Corps have been left at the scene.
The other victims were Corporal Kris O'Neill, 27, from Catterick, Yorkshire, of the Royal Army Medical Corps; Private Eleanor Dlugosz, 19, from Southampton, also of the Royal Army Medical Corps, and Kingsman Adam James Smith, 19, from Liverpool, of 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment.

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