RAMC


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RAMC

abbreviation for
(Military) Royal Army Medical Corps
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Also of note in the book is Private Archibald Douglas, 8th Field Ambulance, RAMC, who was educated at Annan Academy and served his apprenticeship as a clerk in the office of Messrs R Robinson and Sons in the town's Provost Mills before emigrating to Australia.
This, the first Valian to have this honour conferred on him, is Pte David Thomas, 129th Field Ambulance, 38th Division, Welsh Army Corps, RAMC [Royal Army Medical Corps].
Atenstaedt surveys the development of the RAMC from the Crimean War to World War I, with emphasis on the rise of bacteriology, and delineates the organization of medical services during the war.
RAMC is family owned and operated and serves the communities from Palos Verdes to Santa Monica, including the beach cities of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and Marina del Rey, and inland communities of Torrance, Hawthorne and Lawndale to name but a few.
They then look at the background of the RAMC and with Chapter Three begin a closer study of the Second World War which they continue for four chapters.
Mr Schwarz's youngest son, Leo Schwarz, who himself is also an optometrist, writes: "David qualified from Cardiff Technical College in 1950 and undertook National Service with the RAMC at Tidworth, examining service personnel in the south west.
His two VCs went to the RAMC as depicted on his grave, for carrying out acts of valour without firing a shot and quite rightly too.
After serving as demonstrator in anatomy and senior house surgeon at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, Kilner joined the RAMC, served as a front line surgeon in a Casualty Clearing Station on the Western Front then, in 1918 as a surgical specialist at No.
RAMC Corporal Kris, 26, of Catterick, Yorkshire, was the father of two young boys.
A colleague, Major Richard Gadd, of 34 Field Hospital RAMC, said: "Dave was a giant of a man, an accomplished rugby player, keen sportsman and family man.
Though they never achieved the commercial success of the Heads or Blondie, when historians started to reconstruct its history and assign importance to acts, the Ramones consistently came out at JOHNNY RAMC the top of the class.
Since he served as a sergeant with the RAMC in the Gulf, father-of-three Angus Parker, 45, of Newcastle, has been left 80pc disabled, suffering from chronic fatigue, arthritis and bowel and kidney problems.