Also due to attend were the grandchildren of Lance Corporal James Ernest Muth of the Royal Regiment of Canada, who were flying in from Ontario for the occasion.
What does RRC stand for?
RRC stands for Royal Regiment of Canada
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- Military and Government
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We have 238 other meanings of RRC in our Acronym Attic
- Rigid Raiding Craft
- River Run Centre (performing arts; Guelph, Ontario, Canada)
- Rivers Regional Council (Australia)
- Robotics Research Corporation
- Rock and Rap Confidential
- Rockhampton Regional Council (Australia)
- Rolls-Royce Canada (cars)
- Root Raised-Cosine (filter)
- Royal Racing Club de Mormont (Belgian soccer club)
- Royal Red Cross
- Royal Rifles of Canada
- Rubber Reserve Committee (US Navy)
- Rubber Reserve Company (WWII-era government agency managing rubber as a strategic material)
- Rules for Responsible Conduct (International Association of Infant Food Manufacturers)
- Rural Regeneration Cumbria (UK)
- Rural Resources Centre
- Residency Review Committee for Emergency Medicine
- Residency Review Committee for Internal Medicine
- Residency Review Committee in Surgery
- Radar Reference Coverage Area
Samples in periodicals archive:
Our Dad was a member of the Royal Regiment of Canada and had been taken a Prisoner of War at Dieppe.
Among the other fifteen regiments were the Regiment de Maisonneuve (RdM), the only other almost exclusively French-Canadian and Catholic regiment within the Division, and fourteen mainly English-Canadian and religiously diverse regiments, including the Cameron Highlanders and the Royal Regiment of Canada.
The Royal Regiment of Canada lost three killed and 25 wounded on 8 August, the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry only one killed and 14 wounded, the Essex Scottish three killed and 17 wounded.
First at Puys, where the Royal Regiment of Canada and three platoons of the Black Watch were mistakenly landed in broad daylight, sheer cliffs overlook their small landing area, itself blocked by a 12-foot seawall that, on that tragic day, was completely covered by machine-gun nests.
Steven Chand spent less than four years in the Royal Regiment of Canada, a Toronto military unit where he completed his basic training as a rifleman.
Prince Charles wears his in recognition of the colonelcy-in-chief of the Royal Regiment of Canada.
His military service continued with the Royal Regiment of Canada, which he commanded from 1959 to 1962.