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Unit History: Army Catering Corp

Army Catering Corp
The Army Catering Corps was a corps of the British Army, responsible for the feeding of all Army units. It was originally formed in March 1941 as part of the Royal Army Service Corps, and became a corps in its own right in 1965. In 1993, as part of the Options for Change defence review, it was amalgamated into the Royal Logistic Corps.

Memories of Army Catering Corp

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

Army Catering Corp, in 1978

Written by terence arkle

all these photos on my profile page were taken at the jimmy club penny pot lane harrogate

Army Catering Corp, in 2010

Written by CLIVE TOONE

1960 KINGSLEY BARRACKS, MINDEN,GERMANY, WORKING AS BUTCHER, AND BEST MATE SCOUSE.

Army Catering Corp, in 1961

Written by CLIVE [COOKIE] TOONE

MINDEN , GERMANY, WORKING IN THE COOK HOUSE AS THE CAMP BUTCHER, I WAS IN TOWN WITH A PAL FROM THE REME, WHEN THE POISEN DWARFS RIOTED AND WRECKED THE TOWN. SORRY I SHOULD SAY THE CAMS , BUT THEY WERE ONLY YOUNG KIDS, AND THEY DID END UP GETTING A BATTERING FROM THE M.P.,S I THINK A FEW CAM,S ENDED UP IN THE RIVER WESER.
THE TIME WE WENT TO BELSON-BERGEN CONSETRATION CAMP 1960, A VERY SAD MEMORY.

Army Catering Corp, in 1960

Written by Alan Morgan Mackereth

Being Best Man at Mick Parry’s wedding.
Bunking off with Russ on our first week-end of basic training.

Army Catering Corp, in 1950

Written by alec townend

my memories are nothing particular except of the good times I spent with the boys of squad 8 at St Omer barracks in 1950. The photo that i down loaded shows a right bunch of charlies, i can recall most of the names, it would be nice to hear from someone in the photo and perhaps fill in the blanks.
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Active From: 1965 - 1993

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