Women's Royal Army Corps Disbanded 25th Anniversary Thimble

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The Women’s Royal Army Corps (WRAC), was formed in February 1949 as the successor to the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS). For much of its existence, members performed administrative and other supporting tasks. In 1952, the ranks of the WRAC were harmonised to match that of the rest of the British Army. In October 1990, WRAC officers employed within other corps were transferred to those corps and in April 1992 the Women’s Royal Army Corps was disbanded.

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The Women’s Royal Army Corps (WRAC), was formed in February 1949 as the successor to the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS). For much of its existence, members performed administrative and other supporting tasks. In 1952, the ranks of the WRAC were harmonised to match that of the rest of the British Army. In October 1990, WRAC officers employed within other corps were transferred to those corps and in April 1992 the Women’s Royal Army Corps was disbanded.