Newsletter – 4 May 2017

Hi folks,

May the Fourth be with you (sorry, couldn't resist!).

This bank holiday weekend not only saw the usual crazy mix of weather – do we expect different?- but also the 100th Army vs Navy Rugby. This grand old tradition is such a great occasion to celebrate the fitness and sportmanship of our forces, always a credit to all involved. As ever, the teams had Royal support with Harry there to represent the Invictus Games. It was the 61st time that the army have taken the title but the navy fought hard. You can read a round up of the match here.

We're keeping out of politics for now but please do feel free to share your thoughs (in a family-friendly manner if you can) over on our Facebook page!

Drop us a line on [email protected] if there's anything you'd like us to add to this newsletter.

Regards,

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Regards,

The Team

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News round–up    

British troops MISS OUT on healthcare and housing by FAILURE to honour Military Covenant

S-Pain in the Bum – Royal Navy chases Spanish Warship out of Gibraltarian waters for a THIRD TIME as tensions mount over Rock row

Plane spotters with £2.99 app expose top secret UK spy plane off Russia: Highly-classified mission involving £650m aircraft is watched by thousands online

Soldier jailed after tragic death of Gateshead Sapper Adam Moralee in Afghanistan

HOW COULD THEY DO THIS? Army veteran’s family release shocking pictures of him in a coma after vicious street attack in Manchester left him fighting for his life

Military hero aims to conquer USA challenge

British military interested in ‘Iron Man’ flying suit

German army officer 'planned to carry out a terror attack and blame it on refugees after registering himself as an asylum seeker and living a double life for a year'

Russian spy ship sinks after colliding with livestock vessel off Turkey

World War 3 – HERE are the UK’s nuclear bunkers MAPPED amid nuclear war fears

Any lawyer who knowingly makes false accusations against our troops deserves to be in the dock, writes former commander of the British forces

Charities and health experts in Worcestershire welcome tailored mental health services for veterans and military personnel

Torture claim lawyers 'caused soldiers and their families to endure torment'

Troops 'honoured' to parade through Sheffield

Devizes ex-military man conquers Marathon Des Sables

Military instructor accused of bullying after taping rifle to hands of third-year girl at private school

Military planes 'stressing out' petting zoo animals

Can you make a warzone delivery drone? UK.gov wants to give you cash

Highland Military Tattoo launches campaign to promote this year’s event

Do you have any news you think we should feature, or any areas you’d like us to cover? Email us at:…[email protected]

You could be eligible for a university degree in management

A university degree in management can lead you into a worthwhile second career. Your rank could make you eligible for an online MBA at a prestigious UK university. Even if you have a specialist skill, a university degree in management is particularly relevant as your next career path should take you into management.

www.onlineuniversitymilipol.com works with military and ex-military candidates worldwide. We pilot you through the university acceptance process by turning your Services experience into ‘academic points’ so that you are offered an online university place with LSM (distance learning associate college of Anglia Ruskin University). There is no charge for this work, as it is paid by LSM, so you can find out if you comply without obligation. We remain with you throughout your study and will even attend the graduation ceremony on your behalf if you are abroad.

The cost of online study is significantly less than that of attending university and, more importantly, you do not need to stop working whilst gaining your degree.

One of the big advantages of online study is flexibility, particularly when you are unable to commit to a fixed weekly schedule. You might even finish earlier than an attending student if you are able to put in more time but your qualification and benefits will be exactly the same. Additionally, you can start after acceptance rather than waiting for the next year like an attending student.

Email: [email protected] or see www.onlineuniversitymilipol.com for more information.

Events etc.

Upcoming events can be found on these sites for the Royal Air ForceRoyal Navy and Army – something for everyone!

Do you have an event or appeal you’d like us to publicise? Email us at:…[email protected]

Reunions

Do you have any reunions you want to let everyone know about?

Just send in your name and details of how interested parties can get in contact. Also let us know the details of the reunion — who it's for, place, time etc. and a website if there is one, and we’ll include it in our next newsletter.

Email us at:…[email protected]

We Like to be social

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Joke: The Programmer

A wife asks her programmer husband to go to the store.

She asks him, "Can you go down to the grocery store, and get a gallon of milk, and if they have eggs, get 6."

Later on he returns home and she looks at his purchases and says, "Why in the world did you buy 6 gallons of milk?"

He responded, "They had eggs."

If you want to contribute to the jokes in this newsletter, just send them in — email us at:…[email protected]

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