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MOD Defence Discount Scheme
Serving and reserve personnel (including spouses/partners), veterans and cadets are entitled to thousands of special discounts and offers via the Defence Discount Service, the only official Ministry of Defence (MOD) discount service and also home of the Defence Privilege Card.
Discounts include big savings on family holidays, short breaks, days out, sporting activities, health and fitness and much, much more.
For more information and to access the site visit Defence Discount Service.
Breaking records at the London Marathon
On Sunday morning, 27 April 2015, Iain Church set out to break two world records at the London Marathon.
POW's lost bible returned
When Albert Douglas was forced leave his treasured bible behind when he escaped a POW camp, he thought it was gone for good. But 7...
Anna - a female soldier in Afghanistan
Meet Captain Anna Crossley who served in Afghanistan in 2012 as a Female Engagement Officer (FEO) engaging with the local populati...
Mark Smith: a father's story
Mark Smith was a Grenadier Guard but a training accident resulted in him losing a leg. He now has additional challenges to face as...
A Valentine's Day story
D-Day veteran Sid and his wife Jean have been married for 66 years. A former Royal Marine, Sid left service after the war and met ...
Bill Caster remembers VJ Day
Bill Caster was in his early twenties when he took part in D-Day, going on to fight across Europe.
John Keynes remembers VJ Day
John Keynes was only 19 years old when he was told that he would be deploying to the Far East.