The RLC community
When you choose to leave the Army, our RLC associations give you a great way to keep in touch and strengthen the bonds with your Regiment and friends after your time serving with us. The associations provide a wide range of services such as arranging social events, keeping people in touch and involved and being there for those who need a bit of extra support.
The purpose of The RLC Association is to promote and develop the Corps' corporate identity and all members and retired members of The RLC can join.
All former Catering Corps and former serving RLC food service personnel are welcome to join the The Army Catering Corps Association.
The Association aims to create and cherish comradeship, foster the interests of members and their families, look after those who suffer hardship.
Membership is open to all those who previously served in the Royal Army Service Corps and the Royal Corps of Transport.
All soldiers who served with the RPC and those soldiers of The RLC who have served in Pioneer Units are eligible to join the Association.
The Association aims to maintain accurate records of membership, organise an AGM dinner and encourage comradeship accross the RLC late entry community