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RMAS Pass Out Parade - 10 June 2017

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Today I was fortunately given the opportunity to attend the Army Reserve Professionally Qualified Officers course 172 final parade.

It was a glorious day with a lovely breeze the sun shining and barely a cloud in the sky.

Brigadier David McArthur OBE TD QHN VR Head of Army Medical Services Reserves was the inspecting Officer

I was very excited to see that a QA was the recipient of the sword of honor

Lt Samantha Gardiner QARANC

How lovely it was that the inspecting Officer, late QARANC, was there to present the sword to a fellow QA.  Fellow QA’s who passed out on this course of 25 were Capt L Jones  and Lt AA Owusu

The MacRobert sword is awarded to the Officer Cadet considered by the directing staff to be the best on the course. It is donated by the MacRobert Trust and crafted by Poole Sword Limited the first sword was presented in April 2016. The MacRobert  Trust motto is “Not for Self but for Country”

Good luck and all the very best for their future with the Reserves and the Corps.

Lt Col Pat Gibson MBE QARANC

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