Gulf War military art print of the
Army Catering Corps during the Gulf War by Terence Cuneo. More Army
Catering Corps prints to be published by Cranston Fine Arts, the military
Catering Corps was established in 1941 and has since been amalgamated
into the Army Corp.
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Sustaining Forward by Terence Cuneo.
Depicting a field kitchen located on the Suadi Iraq border, serving meals to the troops of the 7th Armoured Brigade (The Desert Rats) before they moved to their pre-attack positions. Catering Corps, Gulf War.
Item Code : DHM0884
Sustaining Forward by Terence Cuneo. - Editions Available
Depicting 3 Para with the Army Catering Corps at Port San Carlos, Falkland Islands, May 1982. Although catering is its prime function, the ACC takes on many extra tasks on active service. Terence Cuneos painting shows many of the duties the ACC undertook during the Falkland campaign. They were stretcher bearers, and Medical Assistants, helicopter marshalling and loading and manning weapon pits, storing weapons and ammunition and guarding prisoners and still having the evening meal ready on time.
Item Code : DHM0885
Lull in the Battle by Terence Cuneo. - Editions Available