In 1922, after serving in the veterinary corps in World War I, she finally got her vet's diploma and because of her determination today the majority of graduates in Ireland and the UK are female.
What does VC stand for?
VC stands for Veterinary Corps
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 47 other meanings of VC in our Acronym Attic
- Vereinigung Cockpit (German pilot union)
- Verifiable Choice
- Verification & Certification
- Verification Component
- Vertical Curve
- Vertical Cutter
- Vertically Challenged (PC term for short) :-)
- Very Cool
- Very Cute
- Veterinary Committee
Samples in periodicals archive:
Army Veterinary Corps and retired as a colonel and also worked at the Pentagon as acting deputy assistant to the secretary of defense for counterproliferation and chemical and biological defense.
I just they here to Liam, who served in The Royal Army Veterinary Corps, 1st Military Working Dog Regiment, was posthumously honoured with an MBE September last year.
To that end, a Veterinary Corps officer, MAJ Lynn Anderson, was designated as the Human-Animal Bond Advisor to The Surgeon General of the Army in 1986.
But Hexham bookseller Alan Grint's work on two books about the war memorials of Hexham and the North Tyne yielded details of four Northumberland Fusiliers plus servants of the Navy and Veterinary Corps who were never given the honour that their service had earned.
Liam, of the Royal Veterinary Corps, was 26 when he was shot by the Taliban while on patrol with Theo in Helmand province.
Michael Tyquin, Forgotten men: the Australian Army Veterinary Corps 1909-1946, Big Sky Publishing, Newport NSW, 2011, 487 pages; ISBN 978 0 98081 408 8.
Pte Patrick Medhurst-Feeny, 22, of the Veterinary Corps, said: "He has recovered fantastically well, thanks to the first-aid he got from the patrol.