One month ago, RMA celebrated and commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Falklands conflict in Portsmouth. Join us as we look back at events from that weekend and commemorate all who served, those who were injured and those who lost their lives during the conflict. Lest we forget.
Over the weekend, RMA commemorated and celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Falklands conflict, culminating with the City of Portsmouth awarding the Freedom of the City to all Falklands Veterans, the Royal Naval Association and Royal Marines Association.
Last weekend, the RMA team had the honour of supporting the Naval Party 8901 and HMS Endurance Falklands 40 Reunion at CTCRM.
We’re very proud to announce that we’ve joined forces with imployable, offering Members of the Royal Marines Association access to their Career Management platform. 📱
This year we will be back at the Graspan Memorial in central London for a double commemorative event at our Corps memorial in the nation’s capital.
5 years ago, the Royal Marines Club who are now a virtual branch of the RMA commenced a “winter deployment” for some of our wounded and injured Royal Marines and their families.
The passion and personable touch that the Membership Team dedicate to supporting funerals highlights what makes us different from many other Associations and demonstrates the “Once a Royal Marine, always a Royal Marine” statement.
Derek is a WW2 Royal Navy veteran who is now 96 (nearly 97). He worked with the Royal Marines in a gunnery school and is a very proud associate member of the RMA.
The idea of a gig club within the RMA was first raised in February 2019. A plastic gig, ‘Trafalgar,’ and two sets of oars were leant to the newly established club by RM Tamar, and safe storage was allocated by Stonehouse Barracks.