The RM is in the RN so all RM medics are RN too, it's just that by completing the AACC as a doctor puts you first in line to deploy with the RM if there is the opportunity. Other than that they will be working with the ordinary RN. In terms of medics, I'm pretty sure a similar thing applies in that the royal marines either select their own troops to train as medics or they get RN medics to pass AACC to join them.I thought that all the RM medical requirements were provided by the RN. Do the RM have their own medics ?
There's a GMC policy paper held by SG's Office.Where did you hear this from?
It’s a lot lower than that.I think he means 99% have done the AACC.
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