Hi folks,

Over the weekend, we saw incredible scenes all round the UK, Europe and further afield as people gathered in their thousands to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, when the guns finally fell silent at the end of the First World War. With one notable exception (well, it WAS raining), world leaders marked the event in Europe in what was a beautiful and moving day for anyone watching. The annual commemoration at the cenotaph in London was well-attended and there have been events all over the world to mark the occasion, from ceremonies to the incredible work of director Peter Jackson in restoring First World War film and bringing these long-gone times back to life in an incredible way. We highly recommend you take the time to watch it, if you haven’t already. 

During the First World War, almost a million men and women from the UK and its then Empire lost their lives. The bodies are still being found all over the battlefields, and they are laid to rest with full honours, even if they are unidentified. None are ever buried without ceremony, something to be genuinely proud of.

Sometimes, however, identification is possible, even after 100 years. Here’s an opportunity to play your part in solving one of these mysteries. Can you identify any of the men in this photograph

Finally, like his sons, Prince Charles has been a great supporter of our armed forces during his long, long time as heir to the throne. As he marks his 70th birthday, we say; happy birthday sir

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Regards,

The Team

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News round–up    

 

Britain's first specialist wound hub to open

Royal Artillery soldiers face dismissal after positive drugs test as army reinforces 'zero tolerance' policy

96-Year-Old Veteran Chases Thief Out Of Her Home

Secret plot by 200 elite neo-Nazi soldiers within 'German SAS' to slaughter politicians and immigrants in mission known as 'Day X' is smashed after former major confesses all

British Soldier Was Jailed For Being Part Of Neo-Nazi Group

'Remember conscientious objectors too'

World War One: The boozy parties of Armistice Day

‘It was CRUCIAL’ – Prince William and Prince Harry DEFINED by father’s military career

Relive the Games of Remembrance – British Army FA v German Bundeswehr

Winners Of Women In Defence UK Awards 2018 Announced

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson rejects call to fly jihadis back to the UK for trial

British Army veteran who cleared IEDs in Syria reunited with stray dog he found cowering in Raqqa rubble

Lit firework 'put in homeless army veteran's coat by youths'

Man accused of Hyde Park bombing charged with murdering two soldiers

Life beyond the Armed Forces – Fighting the UK Skills Gap

Brit army rookies SLAM plans to allow foreign recruits direct entry

Wilfred Owen at 100: The celebrated First World War poet's five finest compositions

Squaddies are BANNED from Greggs as top British Army brass continues to wage war on obesity among soldiers

Armed forces: Recruits don't need to have lived in Britain

Scots volunteered in their thousands to fight in Great War

ISIS killer: After £100m re-vamp hated SA80 becomes world’s most lethal weapon

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Events etc.

Remembrance Day events calendar.

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

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Joke: Cat

A German Shepherd, Doberman and a cat have died.

All three are faced with God who wants to know what they believe in.

The German shepherd says: "I believe in discipline training and loyalty to my master."

"Good," says God. "Then sit down on my right side. Doberman, what do you believe in?"

The Doberman answers: "I believe in the love, care and protection of my master."

Ah," said God. "You may sit to my left."

Then he looks at the cat and asks, "And what do you believe in?"

The cat answers: "I believe you're sitting in my seat."

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