Category: Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps

Categories: Canadian Army | Canada, World War II | Canadian Militia


The Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps (RCAMC) was an administrative corps of the Canadian Army.

When the Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian Army and Royal Canadian Air Force were merged in 1968 to form the Canadian Forces, the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps was deactivated in the Regular Force, and its personnel absorbed by the re-organized Canadian Forces Medical Service, which became a personnel branch of the new Canadian Forces. Reserve units of the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps continued to exits, using their R.C.A.M.C. titles, until re-organization of the Reserve Force in 1974, when the corps' final disbandment was effected.

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Person Profiles (15)

03 May 1875 Almonte, Lanark, Ontario, Canada - 29 Apr 1944 photo
20 Dec 1919 Calgary, Alberta - 2002 photo
12 Dec 1871 Montreal, Quebec, Canada - 22 Feb 1951 photo
17 May 1926 Malachi, Kenora, Ontario, Canada - 11 Jul 1982 photo
27 Jul 1867 Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdom - 11 Jan 1936 photo
22 Jul 1911 - 16 Jul 1941 photo
28 Jul 1918 Andover, Victoria, New Brunswick, Canada - 26 Jun 2003
30 Apr 1918 Ontario, Canada - 27 May 1944
13 Jun 1907 Westmeath, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada - aft 1943
20 Dec 1877 Halifax, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - 05 Jun 1922
17 Aug 1881 Halton, Ontario, Canada - 22 Jun 1965 photo
04 Jul 1896 New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada
18 Aug 1855 Nictaux, Annapolis, Nova Scotia - 22 May 1935 photo
Nov 1916 Chipman, Lloydminster Census Division, Alberta, Canada - 13 Jan 2007




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