General Service Corps

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General Service Corps
Royal Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom.svg
Cap Badge of the General Service Corps
Country  United Kingdom
Branch  British Army
British Army arms and services
Flag of the British Army.svg
Combat Arms
Royal Armoured Corps
Infantry
Special Air Service
Army Air Corps
Special Reconnaissance Regiment
Combat Support Arms
Royal Artillery
Royal Engineers
Royal Corps of Signals
Intelligence Corps
Combat Services
Royal Army Chaplains' Department
Royal Logistic Corps
Army Medical Services
Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Adjutant General's Corps
Small Arms School Corps
Royal Army Physical Training Corps
General Service Corps
Corps of Army Music

The General Service Corps (GSC) is a corps of the British Army.

Role[edit]

Its main function is to act as a holding unit for specialists who have not been assigned to other units or corps. Its members are on the General List or Special List.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Combat Service Support". Retrieved 10 May 2014. 
Preceded by
Royal Army Physical Training Corps
Order of Precedence Succeeded by
Queen Alexandra's Royal
Army Nursing Corps