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Newsletter – 14 February 2019

February 14, 2019

Newsletter – 14 February 2019


Hi folks, Well, here's your Valentine from Ex-Mil! As our gift to you, we’ve made some improvements to how you manage your account with us via our website. You’ll find a new link under 'Manage Your Account' called 'Account Overview' which allows you to view and edit your details. You'll also find lots of useful […]

Newsletter – 17 January 2019

January 17, 2019

Newsletter – 17 January 2019


Hi folks, We’ve all been talking about the Army’s latest recruitment drive. That would normally be a good thing for any advertiser but in this case, a lot of people feel this one really misses the mark. One of the models for the poster series, aimed at millennials has stated that he’ll quit the army […]

Newsletter – 13 December 2018

December 13, 2018

Newsletter – 13 December 2018


Hi folks, So much for the quiet period before Christmas! Every time you look at the UK news, something huge has happened. We're going to need the Christmas break to unwind from it all!  We're going to stay away from the constant government wrangling and look instead at some of the lighter stories of 2018; […]

Newsletter – 29 November 2018

November 29, 2018

Newsletter – 29 November 2018


Hi folks, This lands in your inbox at the same time as JC, Lee, Geoff Shorter and Annette arrive at the International Security Expo, Olympia London. We will be on stand K71 and we're happy to have a coffee with anyone who would like to visit us for a chat. Two incredible examples of UK […]

Newsletter – 15 November 2018

November 15, 2018

Newsletter – 15 November 2018


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 […]

Newsletter – 1 November 2018

November 1, 2018

Newsletter – 1 November 2018


Hi folks, 100 years ago today, the First World War was still raging across Europe and beyond. Men were killed right up until the last minute of the war – 11am on 11 November 1918. Remembrance Day is always important for those of us who have served, our families and wider communities. That this tradition […]

Newsletter – 18 October 2018

October 18, 2018

Newsletter – 18 October 2018


Hi folks, It will come as precisely zero surprise to readers that budget cuts to the armed forces have consequences. Former Chief of the General Staff, General Lord Richard Dannatt, has pointed out that cutting defence spending down to 2% of the national budget (formerly over 5%) has cut the forces’ capacity in half. With […]

Newsletter – 4 October 2018

October 4, 2018

Newsletter – 4 October 2018


Hi folks, Military news continues to be under the shadow of sabre rattling by Russia and others but it continues to be unclear what this may mean for our forces. Meanwhile, here at home, a few changes have been suggested that raised a smile in the office. The first are the new fitness tests that […]

Newsletter – 20 September 2018

September 20, 2018

Newsletter – 20 September 2018


Hi folks, Fans of spy dramas will be enjoying the ongoing stand-off with Russia. They may be only ones, as Putin’s government and media continue to deny any wrong-doing in the face of mounting evidence that they were behind at least one attack on British soil. The whole sorry affair reached a weirdly hilarious peak […]

Newsletter – 6 September 2018

September 6, 2018

Newsletter – 6 September 2018


Hi folks, First a warning which may be relevant to some of our readers regarding asbestos found in Sea King helicopters. Asbestos does not usually cause any issues but as we all know, it can be dangerous. If you may be effected by the asbestos in Sea King helicopters and you have any symptoms such as […]

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