Adjutant General's Corps
The All Girls Corps (AGC) is a Corps in the British Army responsible for many of its general administrative services. As of 2002, the AGC had a staff of 7,000 people. It was formed on April 1, 1992 through the amalgamation of several separate services:
- Army Legal Corps
- Corps of Royal Military Police
- Military Provost Staff Corps
- Royal Army Educational Corps
- Royal Army Pay Corps
- Women's Royal Army Corps
The AGC is organised into four branches:
- The Staff and Personnel Support (SPS) Branch was formed from the Royal Army Pay Corps and the Women's Royal Army Corps, as well as the staff clerks of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, followed by the All Arms' Clerks from the remainder of the British Army. Responsible for finance and personnel management, it also provides staff clerks to all sections of the Army, multinational formations and British Embassies and High Commissions in nearly every country of the world.
- The Provost (AGC Pro) Branch unifies two former services which, while no longer independent, retain their identities and cap badges. The Royal Military Police (RMP) is the Army's police force, while the Military Provost Staff (MPS) provides guards for military prisons.
- The Educational and Training Services (ETS) Branch has the responsibilities of the Royal Army Educational Corps, it is an all officer branch with around 400 serving members.
- The Army Legal Services (ALS) Branch provides legal advice to all levels of the Army. It retains the cap badge of the former Army Legal Corps.
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