Esprit de Corps


Preserving Traditions

Suaviter in modo, fortiter in re - Gentle in manner, resolute in deed


Welcome to The WRAC Association website. Whether you have served, or indeed are still serving, I hope that you will have a look at this website and join our thriving Association. The heart of the WRAC Association are our members and we have a network of over 50 branches across the UK and overseas. Wherever you live there will be a Branch you can join to meet old friends and make new ones. This network is supported by our Facebook presence; both the official Association page where you can catch up on recent events and news but also the recently launched Griffin Group where you can “try before you buy”. Have a look on Facebook and see how our current members are communicating with each other.

The WRAC Association continues to host celebratory events, such as the WAAC/QMAAC Centenary Dinner recently held in Stratford Upon Avon and attended by just under 400 members. Also, we continue to distribute Benevolence through our means-tested grants process. Further information on access to and eligibility for ATS & WRAC Benevolent Fund grants can be found on this website or by calling the WRAC Association office in Winchester.

To celebrate the Association’s legacies we are holding events to mark some important anniversaries. 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC), renamed the Queens Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps (QMAAC) in 1918. The Association Standard was present at the Festival of Remembrance in the Royal Albert Hall. 2017 also marks 25 years since the disbandment of the WRAC in 1992. 2019 is the 100th anniversary of the Association (initially called the QMAAC Old Comrades Association, later the QMAAC & ATS Comrades Association) and the 70th anniversary of the formation of the WRAC. We are already making plans to hold a function in Guildford Cathedral, which hosts Books of Remembrance and the laid up Standards of the QMAAC and the ATS. These events will remember and honour all those who served in the WAAC, QMAAC, ATS and WRAC and also those women serving today.

Please help us to keep this proud legacy alive. Spread the word and come and join us to be part of our 3,000 strong membership; you will discover old friends and become part of the WRAC Association family.

Colonel (Retired) Ali Brown
Vice-President WRAC Association

Latest News

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Vacancy - Benevolent Fund Secretary The post is part-time 18 hours per week, 9.00 to 15.30 over three consecutive days. Annual FTE salary £28,500, (pro rata £13,680) The Women’s Royal Army Corps Association (WRACA) is a service charity (206184) that maintains contact...

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With the support of the WRAC Association, the Middlesex Yeomanry Association, the Berkshire Yeomanry Association and Captain Carter’s family, a London Commemoration of Eileen’s long and significant military service is being held at the Lincoln’s Inn Army Reserve...

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Comradeship, esprit de corps, benevolence and preserving traditions. The WRAC Association: maintaining contact between former members of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, the Auxiliary Territorial Service, the Auxiliary Territorial Service Territorial Army, Women's Royal Army Corps, Women's Royal Army Corps Territorial Army, WRAC Territorial and Volunteer Reserve and women still serving in the Army.

HQ Address

WRAC Association
Unit 39
Basepoint Business Centre
1 Winnall Valley Road
SO23 0LD

HQ Office Hours

We are here to help you during the following hours:
Mon - Fri: 9am - 1pm
Sat - Sun: Closed
Phone*: 0300 400 1992
Fax*: 0300 400 1938
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