Army Catering Corps
|Army Catering Corps|
Badge of the Army Catering Corps
|Role||Catering for troops|
|Garrison/HQ||St. Omer Barracks, Aldershot|
|March||Sugar and Spice|
The Catering Corps was originally formed in March 1941 as part of the Royal Army Service Corps. Following a detailed report by Sir Isidore Salmon as Honorary Catering Adviser for the Army, a school of catering was established at St. Omer Barracks in Aldershot. The Catering Corps became a corps in its own right in 1965.
On 5 April 1993, following the Options for Change review, the Army Catering Corps united with the Royal Corps of Transport, the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, the Royal Pioneer Corps, and the Postal and Courier Service of the Royal Engineers, to form the Royal Logistic Corps.
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