Worthy Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

Worthy Single Malt Whisky for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps

10 Year old, 43% Alcohol/volume, 750ml. Special Edition for the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps.

For each bottle of Worthy sold, $5 will go to the Armoured Branch Trust of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps Association (Cavalry) to support the objectives of the Trust which are:
Preservation of the Corps heritage, notably the historic collection named in Worthy's honour;
Fostering and supporting the well-being of the regiment and the RCAC School, and;
Maintaining the grave site of MGen and Mrs. F.F. Worthington at Camp Borden.
MGen F.F. Worthington

First commandant of the Canadian Tank School (later renamed as the Corps School) 1936-1940
Drafted and implemented the plan to create the Canadian Armoured Corps, 13 August 1940
Commander 1st Canadian Army Tank Brigade, 1941
Commander 4th Canadian Armoured Division, 1942-1944
First and longest serving Colonel Commandant of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps
His nickname, "Worthy," became the motto of the Corps that he founded.

MGen F.F. Worthington
Premier commandant de l'École canadianne de chars (rebaptisé plus tard École du Corps blindé) 1936-1940
Élaboration et mise en oeuvre du plan du création du Corps blindé canadien, 13 août 1940
Commandant de la 1re Brigade blindée d l'Armée canadienne, 1941
Commandant de la 4e Division blindée canadienne, 1942-1944
Premier colonel commandant du Corps blindé royal canadien et celui qi a occupé ce poste le plus longtemps, 1948-1967
Son surnom de "Worthy" est devenu la devise du Corps qu'il a fondé.

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