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RAMC

abbreviation for
(Military) Royal Army Medical Corps
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| His Royal Highness The Duke of Glouceste meets veterans from the East Midlands Branch of the Royal Army Medical Corps Association.
James Chalmers, 92, from Glasgow, Royal Army Medical Corps.
Sandy, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, was presented with the watch by villagers in Skares, near Cumnock, after he was awarded the Military Medal in 1916 for rescuing wounded men under fire.
I served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during WW1, and discovered the natural antibacterial effect of an enzyme found in tears.
Sergeant Diarmaid Walshe, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, who is the DAG's project manager and a quali"ed archaeologist, said: "Our programme uses archaeology as a pathway to their recovery, giving individuals something useful and rewarding to do which, in turn, can help them rebuild their self-esteem."
The inaugural meeting of the Royal Army Medical Corps Association -- Cyprus Branch, will take place on Saturday 20th September 2014 at the Royal British Legion Club in Paphos.
Many of the young men recruited for the service obtained preliminary professional qualifications before undertaking two years' National Service, usually in the Royal Army Medical Corps, and gaining invaluable experience in overseas postingsin places like Kenya, Egypt, Libya, Germany and Italy.
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.
1917: Captain Noel Chavasse, of the Royal Army Medical Corps, the second of only three men to be awarded a bar to the Victoria Cross, died from his war wounds.
The 5ft 1in hero, who serves in the Royal Army Medical Corps and whose fianc is serving in Afghanistan, also had to fire her rifle to defend her patrol from an ambush.
Rush, 25, from Wokingham, a member of the Royal Army Medical Corps and one of 100 physios in the military, was on a three-month tour in Iraq when the article appeared.
Reynolds, James Henry, "The Defence of Rorke's Drift," reprint in Royal Army Medical Corps Journal, 1928.
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