History

Formed on the 6th of April 2003 by combining members and resources from the Movement Control Officers Club ( MCOC ) and the Movement Control Historical Society ( MCHS ). The Movement Control Association (MCA) will seek to achieve their aim by means of a range of objectives.

Aim

Uniting Movers, past and present, across the Globe.

Objectives

  • To enhance the status and professionalism of Movement Controllers past and present while highlighting the importance of their contributions to the Movement Control Trade and Military as a whole.
  • To encourage the development of an international and national network structured on branches and regions where [Movement Controllers](#) can meet and work together for their mutual benefit.
  • To create an awareness and, where appropriate, give advice to serving members about past Movement Control successes and failures. Ensuring we shape and influence current Plans and Operations accordingly; learning from our history.
  • To represent the interests of Movement Controllers in dealings with Industry and other Official Bodies.
  • To secure the future of the MCA by appropriately managing the association; ensuring that it meets current legislation and provides a suitable platform for promoting our aim and objectives.
  • To promote interest in, continue to gather and catalogue historical data involving Movement Control; from its origins to the present day.
MCA
Membership is open to all serving and retired personnel of all three services who have served in a Movement Control post, including civilians with a Movements background.

MCWODC
Membership is open to all British Army serving and retired Movement Controllers, who have during their regular or territorial military career, served in the rank of Warrant Officer in a Movement Control post.
Short term access
Open to those who wish to carry out research into Movement Control.