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Poppy Appeal Launch

Today was the launch of the British Legion’s Poppy Appeal. It was my privilege to attend the launch with my daughter, who now has her second poppy. 99 more words

Argentina demands Britain cancels military exercise in the Falklands

The UK government was made aware of the protests when a letter of complaint was delivered to the British ambassador in Buenos Aires. In it the Argentinian foreign minister, Susana Malcorra, declared the exercise scheduled to start later this coming week as “illegitimate” and that “the behaviour of the United Kingdom contradicts the principle of the peaceful settlement of controversies supported unanimously by countries in the region.” 371 more words


Thursday 12 October 1916 - We Lost 2,174

The 88th Brigade makes an assault from Gueudecourt at 14:05 during the Battle of The Transloy Ridges.  All four companies of the 1st Battalion Newfoundland Regiment advance in line with the 1st Battalion Essex Regiment on their left.  1,447 more words

Royal Navy

First blog post

Welcome to my new blog.

This is for you to help you find a workout or advice on joining the armed forces or to get fit. 56 more words

Body Weight Workout

News Round-up – October 8th 2016

Apologies for the lack of content during September. This was the result of some technical problems which I am now pleased to report have been resolved so normal service should resume from now on.

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News Round-up – September 12th 2016

Here are some of the latest British military news stories making the headlines this past week.

British Army News

British and Irish Army bands in harmony as they join to salute fallen… 128 more words


Mount Harriet Photos

Recently I was lucky enough to be able to go to the Falklands with elements of the army as the attached academic on their battlefield study. 258 more words

Battlefield Tours