THE AMPHIBIOUS BRANCH IS A NATIONAL BRANCH OF THE RASC & RCT ASSOCIATION

Full membership is available to all members of the Association who served in 18 Company RASC or, subsequently, 18 Squadron Royal Corps of Transport in Fremington, North Devon, or any of its detachments. Additionally, associate membership is offered to those who supported members of the unit wherever it operated, including their partners. 

Membership provides a forum for all those who share the memory of life in the unit and the celebrated amphibious vehicles they operated, universally known as the DUKW. DUKWs were operated by the British Army from March 1952 when an amphibious unit was formed in Fremington until unit disbandment in Marchwood 1974.

NIL SINE LABORE

The Association, as we know it today, was the result of the formation of The Royal Corps of Transport (RCT) in 1965, but our origins can be traced back over two hundred years to the first South African wars of the eighteenth century, when a memorial fund was set up to look after the interests of returning war veterans. Further details can be found on their website at http://www.rascrctassociation.co.uk/

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LINKS

Life and Rockets in The Dunes Video
To view the look at Life and Rockets in The Dunes Video click the link on the title above.

18 COY RASC & 18 SQN RCT Site
To view photographs on our No2 site, click on the title above.

18 COY on Christmas Island
Some interesting info and photos of 18 COY on Christmas Island. This is the new link to Brian Cole's site.

1957 RASC films - Reel 1
Thanks to John Michael for this link to the 1957 RASC films - Reel 1.

1957 RASC films - Reel 2
Thanks to John Michael for this link to the 1957 RASC films - Reel 2.

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