Royal Army Service corps and Royal Corps of Transport Association

The regiment has been knwon as The Royal Waggoners, The Royal Waggon Train and the Royal Waggon Corps. Waggoners - Waggoner - Military Train - Land Transport Corps - Commissariat and Transport Department and Army Service Corps


Welcome to a site set up to provide information about the Royal Army Service Corps & Royal Corps of Transport Association

For the past several hundred years men and women have served in transportation regiments for land sea and air in British Army units , they have been imperative in the movement of vehicles, supplies and personnel and have often seen action on the front lines some have even been awarded medals for gallantry and valour.

Strong comradeship to regiments, squadrons and units have forged deep loyalties and bonds that often last for a lifetime. Ex-personnel and those who have worked closely with these regiments can retain their link by becoming members of The Royal Army Service Corps and the Royal Corps of Transport Association.

The Association, as we know it today, was the result of the formation of The Royal Corps of Transport (RCT) in 1965, but our origins can be traced back over two hundred years to the first South African wars of the eighteenth century, when a memorial fund was set up to look after the interests of returning war veterans. (Photo courtesy of Bristol Evening Post)

The first major development was in 1927 when Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) clubs and funds were amalgamated to form The Royal Army Service Corps Association. At that time there were Branches world-wide, from European Countries in the West, through Egypt in the Middle East to China in the Far East.

Following the Second World War many new Branches were formed throughout The United Kingdom by men who wished to retain those bonds of comradeship forged in difficult times.

In 1965 the Corps was re-named The Royal Corps of Transport and the association assumed its present title. Membership then included some ex-members of The Royal Engineers whose trades had been transferred to the new Corps.

This site has been set up and is maintained privately by members of the RASC & RCT Association and is not the official Association site

he British Military Tournament 2011 Earls Court

The British Military Tournament 2011 Earls Court, London, 2-4 December 2011
Tickets now on sale

Over 700 participants, including active combat servicemen and women plus musicians from the Royal Navy, Army, Royal
Air Force and the US Army,
and skilled historical American Civil War re-enactors

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