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This is not an association which is rank orientated and irrespective of what rank you hold or have held, you are welcome.

The  RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED acts as a conduit to the RAAMC Committee for individuals and RAAMC Unit Associations.

The RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED encourages all members, especially those who have served in modern conflicts and operations to join the Association in its activities, especially on ANZAC Day.

The Association is fundamentally an Association for members and former members of the RAAMC, however, notwithstanding, it recognises that RAAMC Unit Associations have members from other Corps who were or are posted to the strength of a Unit. The RAAMC Association welcomes those members and encourages them to participate in RAAMC Association activities

The RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED is not an official part of the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps, however it is closely connected through serving members, both full-time and reserve, and the RAAMC service and veteran associations. Its role is to act as a conduit between these associations and the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps Committee and to provide support, guidance and advice. Its constitution forbids it to poach members from other associations. Serving and former RAAMC members who are members of any RAAMC association such as 1st Australian Field Hospital Association and 5th Field Ambulance Association are automatically members of the RAAMC and Health Service Corps Assn Inc. if they are in good standing with their respective association and submit the required application form. Non RAAMC serving and former members belonging to these associations who are members of other Corps, such as RAANC or RAASC, may apply as Special Members. Members of the RAAMC who do not belong to any association may also be members. Membership is free, however tax-deductible donations to the RAAMC Corps Committee is encouraged at any time.

The RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED website is privately funded and, as such, reserves the right to publish articles it sees fit and which are in the interest of its members and the RAAMC and Health Service Corps. Unlike official defence websites, which are obligated under Defence Instructions to only maintain a "hot link" to the Defence Minister’s site, the association. maintains a healthy balance and links its site to both the Minister and the Shadow Minister to ensure that the passage of relevant information is passed on to its members and is seen as being an apolitical organisation. Click here to view the RAAMC AND HEALTH SERVICE CORPS ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED Constitution.

 

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Breaking News 

WO1 Kim Felmingham NSC, OAM RAAMC has been appointed the first female, non Arms Corps RSM Army, congratulations Kim, what an achievement.

COVID-19

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all our members that are effected by Covid - 19.

Please stay safe and sound during these unprecedented times.  

VALE

4719385 Gregory John Swincer

18 Sep 1946 - 21Jun 2022

The family and friends of the late MR GREG SWINCER are advised that his Funeral
Service will be conducted in our Funeral Home, 543 Marion Road, South Plympton on
THURSDAY, June 30, at 2.30 p.m.
At the conclusion of the service the Cortege will proceed to Centennial Park Cemetery
for the Committal.
Live streaming will be available for this service. Please visit the Alfred James website for
details.
South Plympton: 8371 1002

"Lest We Forget"

Maj Russell Dunn.
23 Mar 1947 - 18 Jun 2022
Passed away this morning at 9 am. True gentleman. Great boss. RIP Russell. LEST WE FORGET

 

Rodney Teague
08 Oct 1952 - 04 Jun 2022
"Saddened at the Loss of another Digger. Rodney served in many capacities
throughout his career but is probably most noted for his role in Pathology
and later in Training. After many years of fighting motor neurone
disease…Rod finally succumbed. Rest in Peace, your duty is done."

The sad news was posted on Face Book by Bill Wells.

 

 

 

  

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