The RAASC March Tune 'Wait for the Waggon', itself taken from the RASC, has been retained. This tune had its origin in 1875 at Aldershot, UK. As the size of the RASC grew, the tune was expanded by including the South African folk tune, ‘Vat Jou Goed en Trek, Ferreria' (‘Pack Your Things and Trek, Ferreria'). This composite tune was first played at Kensington Barracks, London, by the RASC Band on VP Day, 14th August 1945. It was approved by the Colonel-in Chief, His Royal Highness, the Duke of Gloucester, and was officially notified in Army Order No 36, 1946.