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There have been several books written on the British Army Catering Corps either from the first day of its formation in 1941 and/or all the way through to the Royal Logistic Corps being formed in 1993. Unfortunately some of these accounts were never mass produced. Where did it all begin? The ACC; what was it all about? And how did training develop throughout the years? WhatThere have been several books written on the British Army Catering Corps either from the first day of its formation in 1941 and/or all the way through to the Royal Logistic Corps being formed in 1993. Unfortunately some of these accounts were never mass produced. Where did it all begin? The ACC; what was it all about? And how did training develop throughout the years? What did it really involve? With this in mind I set myself a task of tracing ordinary men and women who were trained in Aldershot from Ramillies, Tournai, Clayton and finally at St Omer Barracks. I decided to combine an account of how we, as soldiers became a part of British Army history. The result is what you see before you, a unique look into the lives and memories from past ACC and the present Royal Logistic Corps soldiers. Wrapped within two Volumes are personal anecdotes and a somewhat detailed journey incorporating the history of the Corps through various fields of literature and how it was transformed into a now disbanded part of the British Army. This is the first volume of two, giving first-hand accounts from the ordinary men and women who were there. Sometimes poignant, at other times surprising and even humorous; the personal experiences of these soldier's tells the story of the Corps in their own way which is as fresh as their past memories. This first volume falls into place by telling the story of the ascension of the Corps in the early 1940’s at the home of the then British Army in Aldershot, to the latter part of the 1960’s. This is a chronological guide of the Corps, along with our memories interweaved within the chapters, the chapters that shaped and moulded the former soldiers to being a "Soldier first, and a Chef second". We Sustain....

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