How is the Army Medical Corps

* Pair: Captain S.P. Sykes, Royal Army Medical Corps, India General Service 1908-35, G.V.R., one clasp, Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919 (Capt. SP Sykes, RAMC) British War Medal (Capt. SP Sykes), good very fine, Victory Medal (2) (47115 Pte. W. Bowes. RAMC; 1749 Pte. WC James RAMC), good very fine and better Lieutenant-Colonel Stanley Parkinson Sykes (1885-1953) born in Bromley, Kent, educated in Liverpool (Bachelor of Surgery) 1909, commissioned Lieutenant 28.6.1911, Captain 28.1.1915, Major 28.7.1923, advanced Lieutenant-Colonel 1.5. 1934, Commanding Officer of 3rd Combined Field Ambulance 1919-20, Malta 1923-28, Citadel Military Hospital Cairo 1931-32, Royal Victoria Hospital 1939, Officer in Command Medical Division 1 General Hospital 1939-40, specialist in ophthalmology. 1749 Private William James, served during the Great War with 3rd (Welsh) Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, served in Egypt from 20.12.1915 wounded at Ali Muntar Ridge during the 1st Battle of Gaza, buried in Kantara Military Cemetery, Egypt. (4)

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