In Memoriam

Steve Humphries – Kevin Hobbs - Andy Relf - Geoff Boome

Steve Carver – Ken Miller – Tony “Wally” Bennett

Bob ‘Spot’ Collins – Brian ‘Flash’ Collins – ‘Tex’ Cotterell - ’Del’ King

Jim Kerr – Matt Hill – George Cowley

Dave Ellcocks – Ian Graham – Bernie Smythe – Ken Cridland

Ronald ‘Bootsie’ Collins

Alexander ‘Alex’ Lesley – Phil Harry

Jim Pearson – ‘Chas’ deBues,  – Dave Dell

Vaughan Donovan – Joseph ‘Joe’ Stocks – ‘Lou’ Hollywood

Steve Crack – Brian ‘Nobby’ Clark

Howard ‘Fred’ Newbound – John Hemmings – Scott Callaghan

George Henderson – Alan Higgins – Peter Pusey

Wayne ‘Ginge’ Rogan – Andrew ‘Jock’ Young

Bernard Potter – Jimmy Weir – Andy Jeppesen – Don Green

Geoff ‘Dixie’ Dean – Michael Dolman – Barry Gaukrodger

Dave Wright – Jim Raleigh – William ‘Billy’ Jack

Michael McLean – Frank ‘Lex’ Barker – Pauline Barker – Jon Teaque

James Patrick Harris – Kevin O’Leary – Prem Kedar Tamang

Raymond Yung – Graeme Martin – Pierre Naya – Denis Frank

Dave Cox – Ernie Hardcastle – Timothy Steven Phillips – Emrys “Em” Astley

Andy Taylor – Joe Russell – Keith ‘Dink’ Singleton – Ken Hudson

Pete Hughes – Les Viner


Honorary Members
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Col Helen Hannah – Col Jim Anderson

RIP

‘WE WILL REMEMBER THEM’ 

 OTT Reunited Plaque at NMA 23rd June 2012

OTT Reunited plaque in the RAMC Garden at the National Memorial Arboretum

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On 23rd June 2012 at the National Memorial Arboretum a tree and plaque was dedicated in memory of our colleagues, comrades and friends who served in the Corps as OTTs.

Tree and plaque location: OTT Reunited 10/394. Jimmy Harris 10/3171

For Information

Details of personnel who died on active service since 1945 are recorded on the National Memorial Arboretum, Alrewas, Staffordshire, DE13 7AR. Tele 01283 792333. Email: info@thenma.org.uk Website: http://www.thenma.org.uk/

Details of personnel who have died in service are recorded on the Roll of Honour on the Armed Forces Memorial website: http://www.forcesmemorial.org.uk/

Names are also recorded in the Rolls of Honour that will be kept in the Chapel of the Royal Hospital Chelsea. Their names will not be engraved on the Armed Forces Memorial itself as they were not killed ‘on duty’. However, you should note that the obelisk, that forms an integral part of the whole Memorial, is dedicated to all members of the Armed Forces who have died while in Service. The inscription on the obelisk reads

“They died serving their country – we will remember them”.

Certificates recording personal details can be downloaded from the site.