full Objects and
Constitution of the RMC-A Association
(11 Oct 2011).
Download the RMC-A
Association By Laws (11 October 2011).
the Duntroon Society
Charter (11 October 2011).
In summary, the objects of the Royal Military College of
Australia Association Incorporated are:
a. to support the Corps of Staff Cadets and the staff of the Royal Military
College of Australia and to promote the study and development of leadership
b. to promote the Royal Military College of Australia within the Australian
and international communities;
c. to conserve, nurture and promote the heritage of the Royal Military
College of Australia as one of the nationís pre-eminent leadership
d. to foster social contact and professional dialogue between retired and
serving Australian Army officers and officers of other nations who were
trained in Australia.
The long term vision of the Association is to create a
professional Visitors Centre incorporating a museum and research facility
offering guided tours and memorabilia The Centre and associated heritage
aspects of the College will be managed in the future by the Association
whose membership will include all staff and graduates of Armyís officer
training establishments. The Association is controlled and managed by a
board of Directors appointed by the Commandant of RMC-A.
The Board achieves the Associationís objects through four
standing committees which have the following responsibilities:
of Staff Cadets Committee, chaired by the Commanding
Officer of the Corps:
a. supports the cadets, their families and staff of the College; and
b. provides support through the provision of financial grants, prizes and
awards which recognize the many benefactors of the Association such as
Larson, Harrison, Blamey, and others.
Committee, chaired by Lieutenant Colonel John Bullen (retd):
a. identifies, collects, conserves, presents and publishes historical
material pertaining to the College and predecessor officer training
b. coordinates commemorative lectures such as the Harrison and Hulme Moir addresses and
other academically focused activities in support of the Association.
House Committee, chaired by the President of the Officersí
a. restores, furnishes, and preserves Duntroon House and encourage grants
and other financial support for Duntroon House and the Association; and
b. facilitates and coordinates heritage-related visits to the College by
the public and external institutions.
Society Committee, chaired by Brigadier Peter Evans (retd):
a. administers the membership of the Association;
b. enables members to maintain their connection with the College,
facilitate reunions, and foster social contact between members;
c. markets the Association and publish regular periodicals and newsletters
to members of the Association; and
d. promotes the Association to the Australian community and international