Tech giant Microsoft signs Armed Forces Covenant

Microsoft today (6 Jun 18) became one of the biggest companies to sign up to the Armed Forces Covenant. Minister for the Armed Forces Mark Lancaster visited Microsoft’s UK Headquarters in Reading for the signing, where he met with staff currently serving in the reserves… More information

New imail INtouch system takes over from the e-bluey

Defence Minister Mark Lancaster has announced a new mailing system for friends and family to send letters to personnel around the world… More information

Broadband providers drop cancellation fees for armed forces personnel

Defence Minister Mark Lancaster has announced that Armed Forces personnel will no longer have to face cancellation fees for their broadband and media packages when posted overseas or to another part of the UK… More information

Mountaineering military team take on Nepal for medical research

A military team who climbed some of the highest mountains in Nepal in the name of medical research have been welcomed back to the UK by Defence Minister Mark Lancaster… More information

Service to civvy

mark-lancasterAre you pension ready? Defence Business Services have launched a campaign to help you on the road… More information

LIBOR funding flows for military community

liborThe military community will benefit from £57.7m worth of investment in projects, the Chancellor announced in yesterday’s Autumn Statement… More information

Defence Secretary launches Reserves day 2016

reservesDefence Secretary Michael Fallon launches 2016’s Reserves Day with 100 Reservists and their employers. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has officially launched… More information

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