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The '''Royal Corps of Transport''' ('''RCT''') was a [[British Army]] [[Corps]] formed in 1965 from the transport (land, water and air) elements of the [[Royal Army Service Corps]] (RASC) and the movement control element of the [[Royal Engineers]] (RE). The depot was Buller Barracks in Aldershot. In 1993 the [[Royal Logistic Corps]] (RLC) was formed by the amalgamation of The Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Pioneer Corps, [[Army Catering Corps]], and Postal and Courier elements of the RE. "Rickshaws, Cabs and Taxis" was a humorous version of the initials RCT.
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The '''Royal Corps of Transport''' ('''RCT''') was a [[British Army]] [[Corps]] formed in 1965 from the transport (land, water and air) elements of the [[Royal Army Service Corps]] (RASC) and the movement control element of the [[Royal Engineers]] (RE). The depot was Buller Barracks in [[Aldershot]]. In 1993 the [[Royal Logistic Corps]] (RLC) was formed by the amalgamation of The Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Pioneer Corps, [[Army Catering Corps]], and Postal and Courier elements of the RE. "Rickshaws, Cabs and Taxis" was a humorous version of the initials RCT.
 
[[File:Royal Corps Transport Vessel, Arezzo.jpg|thumb|Royal Corps of Transport [[landing craft]], the [[Ramped Craft Logistic|RCL]] ''Arezzo'']]
 
[[File:Royal Corps Transport Vessel, Arezzo.jpg|thumb|Royal Corps of Transport [[landing craft]], the [[Ramped Craft Logistic|RCL]] ''Arezzo'']]
   

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