Newsletter – 17 June 2021
June 17, 2021 Newsletter
The main story in the news of late has been the delay of national reopening in the UK. It feels like we've stalled and we really just want to get to the end. Let's keep on hoping that by the time we're writing the newsletter in late July, it's all over and done with!
The great news for candidates is that we have been super busy here at Ex-Mil Recruitment and you'll find lots of new, fresh roles below for you to consider.
Elsewhere, it is 39 years since the end of the Falklands War. British Forces continue to maintain the safety and security of the islands and their inhabitants. You'll find a useful article on what that entails here.
Another recent anniversary was marked recently with British military personnel firing gun salutes to mark the 68th anniversary of the Queen's coronation. As a great supporter of the armed forces, it is great to see her honoured in this way.
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Stephen Boden is organising a charity Commando Speed march on the 26th June 2021, the infamous Acnacarry Speed March to raise funds for TRMC and Belford Road Hospital Fort William.
Former Gurkha Runs Hotel Room Marathon During Quarantine
Terrified Scots Army vet saw 'giant spiders running towards him' while suffering traumatic sight loss syndrome
Former Army driver jailed for 18 years for terrorism offences
Marine recruit is found dead amid bullying claims: Detectives probe suspected suicide just weeks into a commando
The horror of Japan's death railway captured by cartoon: British captain's secret satirical sketches that were hidden from guards depict plight of PoWs forced to build line in Burma
The Military division of the Queen's Birthday Honours List 2021
Queen honours Philip’s aides and members of military with key funeral roles
Qinetiq says explosion on Shoebury MOD site was normal
Victory over Blindness: Northumbria University to welcome Blind Veterans’ Chief Scientific Officer for public lecture
AJAX's 'Serious Issues': What The Government's Said About The Programme
British soldiers thrown off train near Russian border 'for being drunk and disorderly'
British Normandy Memorial unveiled in France to honour D-Day and Normandy fallen
WWII veteran achieves lifelong mission for memorial honouring British D-Day soldiers
Why Mixed-Race Children in Post-WWII Germany Were Deemed a ‘Social Problem’
War veteran, 95, tells Good Morning Britain that whiskey is secret to success
Ministry of Defence launches Unified Career Management
Badger dug into Wiltshire high-security ammunition compound
'ABUSE' PROBE Officer at top Army school arrested over allegations of revenge porn and abuse
Genomic Cold War? More nations joining the US in using biotechnology to enhance military capabilities
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"Try something heavier", the other man suggests. They find a rusty old anvil nearby, pick it up and throw it down the hole. Five seconds later a goat comes speeding toward the hole and falls in.
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