RAMC


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RAMC

abbreviation for
(Military) Royal Army Medical Corps
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The RAMC Regimental Headquarters has stated that every effort must be made to trace Sgt Bill Atkinson's family before any changes can be made to his grave.
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].
The Russian American Medical Center (RAMC) is an 84-bed acute care greenfield hospital planned for construction in Tver, a city 100 miles north of Moscow.
Men with limbs missing, blinded and heavily bandaged were stretchered for the RAMC and VADs like Betty to nurse.
The MPs directed fierce criticism at the report submitted by the Revenues Allocation and Monitoring Commission (RAMC) and described it as "incomplete", saying that large parts of the country do not have access to clean water.
Called Rebuilding America's Middle Class (RAMC), the group of community college leaders aims to speak with a unified, proactive voice at the national, state, and local levels.
The Royal Army Medical Corps ended up with the manuscript, which is now in the Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine, as RAMC 1037.
The agreement calls for Invesco to take 49% in Religare Asset Management Co Ltd (RAMC) which will then be operated as a joint venture called Religare Invesco Asset Management Company and led by its current CEO Saurabh Nanavati.