Army Catering Corps
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The Army Catering Corps (ACC) was a corps of the British Army, responsible for the feeding of all Army units. It was originally formed in March 1941 as part of the Royal Army Service Corps, and became a corps in its own right in 1965.
The technical home of the Army Catering Corps (now RLC) was St. Omer Barracks in Aldershot. The Army School of Catering became a tri-service training establishment in 2006 and soldiers now pass through the new Defence Food Services School at Worthy Down near Winchester,
Two members of the Army Catering Corps were killed while off duty in the Droppin Well bombing in 1982.
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