The museum now has a new facebook page and this one will be closing soon. Hope to see you at our new page….

The RAPTC Museum is based at the Army School of Physical Training in Aldershot and tells the story of the Corps from 1860 to the present day.

Look out for the third part of the BFBS Aldershot focus on the RAPTC Museum today

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We were delighted today to welcome recruits from the #RAPTC All-Arms PTI course to the Museum for a talk and visit. Hopefully some of them were inspired enough to think of joining the Corps!

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Listen out for the first of 5 segments on the RAPTC Museum coming on BFBS on Friday

Getting ready to be interviewed for BFBS Forces radio, listen out soon for some interesting information on the RAPTC Museum collection

Designing the new museum leaflets, look out for them soon!

An Olympic theme this month with this tracksuit worn by Junior Commander Audrey Williamson, a PT instructor in the ATS in WW2. She won silver in the 200m at the 1948 London Olympics

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Great to have an installation date for the new museum display panels. Watch this space for more details

We like our new Museum sign, why not come see it for yourself (and everything else we have as well!)

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The RAPTC Museum will be closed until Tuesday 18th April. Happy Easter

The very first item in the Museum property book and in 1869, the very first item of kit officially authorised for the Army Gymnastic Staff (one of the previous names of the RAPTC).

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A fantastic family day at the RAPTC Museum yesterday, great to see the children of the Instructors and Staff enjoying the Museum.

Another new acquisition, Sergeant Instructor Ernie Travers. Keep these pictures of your loved ones (or yourself) in the RAPTC coming in, we would love recent pictures as well as old ones. #RAPTC @RAPTC_Official

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#Olympic medals on display in the RAPTC Museum. Their is a great connection between the Corps and the Oympics. Through its history, many of its serving and former members have competed and won medals.

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Some more interesting photographs donated, we think these date from the WW2 era and were taken here at the Army School of Physical Training where the Musuem is based

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A sad goodbye to long standing volunteer Alf Prince who is leaving after many years of hard work at the Museum

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