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RASC/RCT Association

Membership is open to all those officers who previously commissioned into the Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) or Royal Corps of Transport (RCT) with current membership approximating 1200.
The Institution holds a number of lunches throughout the year, as well as the Annual Dinner April and Church Service held at the RASC and RCT Church in Aldershot in July with the in house journal, the Waggoner being published three times a year. Subscription is £10.00 per year, for further information contact:

The Secretary
The Institution of The RASC and RCT
Dettingen House
The Princess Royal Barracks
GU16 6RW

Telephone: 01252 833483
Email: rascrctinst@milnet.uk.net

Association And Benevolent Fund

The RASC and RCT Association was a result of the formation of The Royal Corps of Transport but can be traced back to the first South African Wars in the 18th Century. The first major development was in 1927 when The Royal Army Service Corps Clubs merged to form the RASC Association.

There are 65 branches nation-wide in addition to the Tank Transporter and Air Despatch Branches. The Association's objectives is to foster esprit de corps and provide grants to those members, wives and families in need.

The Benevolent Fund is one of the largest Army ex-service funds and seeks to help those who have served in the RASC and RCT. Cases are usually investigated on behalf of the fund by SSAFA or The Royal British Legion.


Subscription is £1.00 per year or £6.00 for life, contact the Branch Secretary through The Controller at:

Headquarters RASC and RCT Association
Dettingen House
The Princess Royal Barracks
GU16 6RW

Telephone: 01252 833391

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