Army Ordnance Corps, British Army

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Army Ordnance Corps, British Army
Years active: 1894 – 1918
Country: United Kingdom
Service: British Army
Type: Logistics
Specific type: Corps (administrative)
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Created: 1894. Formed from the Ordnance Store Corps, Corps of Armourers and part of the Royal Artillery.
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Name1: Army Ordnance Corps
Name1 Start: 1894
Name1 End: 1918
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Alternate names: AOC
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Disbanded: 1918. Merged with Army Ordnance Department to form Royal Army Ordnance Corps.
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Record Office

This administrative corps had its own record office which is represented here, not on a separate page.

Location: Woolwich
Letter code: RAOC

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