RCAMC


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RCAMC

Abbrev. for Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps.
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(66) Barrie has meetings with RCAMC School representatives, and some concerns related to his expanding museum plans and costs are expressed.
Matron-in-Chief Smellie epitomized both continuity and change through her leadership of the RCAMC nursing service and, indirectly, the other two military nursing services.
When the Second World War began, the renamed Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (RCAMC) once again had to transform civilian nurses into military nurses and incorporate them into the medical organization.
During Operation COMMANDO Corporal Poole was the RCAMC NCO in charge of B Company, 1 RCR stretcher-bearers.
Poole, the company "medic," proved that the RCAMC were more than mere "chancre-mechanics." Despite constant admonitions from company officers to consider his own safety, he repeatedly searched the undergrowth for casualties under very heavy fire.
"L 800192 CORPORAL POOLE, WE, RCAMC was the NCO in charge of stretcher-bearers with B Company during this operation; his actions in dealing with the casualties suffered gave evidence of courage of the highest order under Enemy Fire and contributed very markedly to the ultimate success of the operation.