On 14 October 1941, the Intelligence Corps Comrades Association (ICCA) was founded, adopting the unoffical motto "True Companionship is the Supreme Gift of Military Life". It's aims were to foster esprit de corps, keep members in touch and help those heading for Civvy Street with employment and post service benevolence. Over the years, ICCA renamed to become the Intelligence Corps Association of today.
The Intelligence Corps Association (ICA) is now a registered charity formed for the purpose of:
- The promotion and wellbeing of the Intelligence Corps, including fostering esprit de corps and maintaining contact between past and present members.
- The education of the role, history, traditions, customs and ethos of the Corps, including support to the Corps Museum
- Providing benevolence and grants to members of the association and their families.
- And the commemoration and remembrance who have lost their lives or suffered injury.
Intelligence Corps Association Constitution