The Duntroon Society Committee is one of the four standing
committees of the Royal Military
College of Australia (RMC-A) Association. The
purpose of the Duntroon Society is to encourage continuing interest in the RMC-A, particularly among
graduates, former cadets and former members of staff of the Army’s officer
training establishments. The objectives of the Duntroon Society are to:
- administer the membership of the
- enable members to maintain their
connection with the College, facilitate reunions, and foster social
contact among members ;
- market the Association and publish
regular periodicals and newsletters to members of the Association; and
- promote the Association to the Australian
community and international communities.
Membership of the RMC-A Association is open to graduates of
the RMC, OCS, OTU, and WRAAC OCS; and to all commissioned officers of the
Australian Army after the date of incorporation of the Association.
Associate membership is available to other persons who wish to join the
Society and are recommended by a current ordinary member.
For more information on the Royal Military College of
Australia, visit the RMC-A
You may also be interested in:
... buying a copy of “Celebrating 100 Years at Duntroon “ at
50% discount—see Big Sky
... buying RMC Centenary memorabilia by downloading the Army
Shop RMC Centenary Brochure
... visiting the Army
Shop to buy memorabilia from RMC (navigate to Army—Corps—RMC)
and OCS (navigate to Army—Organisations—OCS)
...visiting the LinkedIn page for the RMC Alumni group.