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This is not an official site - it is provided by an ex-corps member.
It is not affiliated to or officially recognized by the MoD or the RSA.

Check the COMCEN for the latest additions to the site.

Do you remember the Corps March, Begone Dull Care, played by the Corps Band?
Click on the Corps badge to listen to a short clip

Are you looking for your old friends from your service in or with the Royal Corps of Signals?

If so this is the site you are looking for. It is here to help you find your friends and maybe even make a few new ones as well.

Please browse around but to access some areas you must be a registered member.

You are invited to register if you served or are serving with the Royal Signals as a:

  • National or Regular Serviceman
  • Women’s Royal Army Corps (WRAC)
  • Auxiliary Training Service (ATS)
  • Territorial Army (TA)
  • Territorial & Army Volunteer Reserve (TAVR)
  • Member of a Corps or Service attached to a Royal Signals Unit
  • Civilian working for a Royal Signals Unit

Sign up for instant access. It is free to join and free to use. No membership fees are required although donations toward the cost of running this site are appreciated.

All Ranks are welcome but no rank is shown or known.

Can I register others as members who do not have a PC? . . . Yes, but please register using the name of person for whom you wish to show postings but use your e-mail address as the contact.

Be sure to enter all your posting into the database. That way if someone is looking for you, they and you will stand a better chance of finding each other.

It is important that you add at least one of your postings otherwise your registration will be cancelled automatically after a few reminder emails. The more postings you enter the greater your chances become of finding your old friends. We hope you find who you are looking for!

We have 345 photo albums on the site containing 9080 images and 2946 comments. Take a look - who knows, you might find yourself as you used to be!

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