Brief History

Brief History

The Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) was established on the 1st of December 1942.

RAEME is the second largest Corps in the Australian Army and maintains the greatest variety of equipment of any organisation in Australia. Because of the demands of Army operations, the Corps operates both mobile workshops on the battlefield and static workshops in the support area. The Corps provides the repair and recovery service for all equipment operated by the Army, including aircraft and watercraft.

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