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Researchers from King’s College London, University of Oxford and Lancaster University are planning new research investigating whether past exposure to small doses of chemical warfare agents impact long term health.
The 2019 war disablement pension rates have been announced.
Ministry of Defence Medals and Records Offices, part of Defence Business Services, are attending family history show events where you can question the experts.
War detectives’ go that extra mile for the fallen servicemen of both World Wars in 2018.
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has been investigating the incidence of asbestos in sea king helicopters.
New streamlined changes make the Armed Forces Pension Schemes Internal Dispute Resolution Procedures simpler
Unknown British solder laid to rest 100 years after he was killed during World War 1.
Seven crew members of 148 (special duties) squadron RAF have been laid to rest almost 75 years after they were killed in World War 2.
Following the 2018 pay increase some service personnel who left service after 1 April 2018 may be entitled to arrears of pay.
The resting places of Second Lieutenant Norman Frederic Surry and Private George Skilbeck have been marked a century after their deaths in the Great War.
The resting places of 2 soldiers have been rededicated in separate services at Hooge Crater Cemetery and Stasegem Communal Cemetery in Belgium.
The grave of Flying Officer David Stein has been rededicated in France on Wednesday 19 September 2018.
The Ministry of Defence (MOD) are currently making a thorough investigation into whether some sea king helicopters contain asbestos.
Able Seaman James Cameron Robertson has finally been laid to rest in Orchard Dump Cemetary in France.
Lieutenant Charles Stonehouse and Private Frederick William Birks have both had rededication services today Tuesday 3 July.
A service of commemoration to honour the 5 crew members was held yesterday Wednesday 27 June at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Niederzwehren war cemetery in Hessen, Germany.
Four unknown soldiers have finally been laid to rest after they were killed during World War 1.
The resting place of 29 year old Private Lacey Anthony Tingle, Royal Army Medical Corp, has been marked 74 years after his death.
Ministry of Defence Medals and Records Offices part of Defence Business Services, are attending family history show events where you can question the experts.
The resting places of 2 World War 1 Majors have been marked 100 years after their deaths in the great war.
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