RAMC


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RAMCRoyal Army Medical Corps
RAMCRoyal Academy of Music (UK)
RAMCRealtor Association of Martin County (Florida, USA)
RAMCRegional Administrative Management Center
RAMCRight Ascension of the Medium Coeli
RAMCRetro Auto Moto Club (vintage automobile club; Belgium)
RAMCRat Adrenal Medullary Chromaffin (cells)
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He returned to Annan shortly before the outbreak of war and had worked as a representative for potato merchant Mr Bell before enlisted in the RAMC on August 13, 1914, aged 22 years and six months.
RAMC also employs sustainable design strategies, making it the first of its kind in the area.
RAMC differs from other community college organizations, May says, in its refined focus on legislation.
RAMC has combined onshore and offshore advisory assets under management of more than USD2.6bn (EUR2bn) as of the end of August 2012.
In this revised doctoral dissertation, based predominantly on primary sources, the author has contributed by examining medical responses to three emergent diseases that the British Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) associated closely with conditions in the trenches on the western front: trench fever, trench nephritis, and trench foot.
RAMC is family owned and operated and serves the communities from Palos Verdes to Santa Monica, including the beach cities of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and Marina del Rey, and inland communities of Torrance, Hawthorne and Lawndale to name but a few.
They then look at the background of the RAMC and with Chapter Three begin a closer study of the Second World War which they continue for four chapters.
Mr Schwarz's youngest son, Leo Schwarz, who himself is also an optometrist, writes: "David qualified from Cardiff Technical College in 1950 and undertook National Service with the RAMC at Tidworth, examining service personnel in the south west.
His two VCs went to the RAMC as depicted on his grave, for carrying out acts of valour without firing a shot and quite rightly too.