Passing Out Parade 2019

Thirteen New Recruits completed their training and joined the Corps on Wednesday 22 May. Following their year of training, the New Recruits took part in a Passing Out Parade at Wellington Barracks in the presence of Honorary Colonel, Major General Tom Copinger-Symes CBE.

As an all-female voluntary charity supporting military and civil authorities in times of emergency, the FANY (PRVC) provides highly-trained volunteers who are on call 24/7 to provide immediate and skilled surge manpower for at least 72 hours following an incident as part of the effort to help London recover. If you are interested in joining the Corps, please click here for more information.

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