Learning about Remembrance
Bob is 62, born into a Service family, joined the TA aged 18 and later the Parachute Regiment.
He served in Northern Ireland in 1980 and in 1982 took part in the Falklands War where his unit came under the 3 Commando (Marines) Brigade - their job was to re-occupy the islands and remove the Argentinian enemy from British soil.
Aron Shelton, 28 year old Army veteran from Afghanistan, was seriously injured in 2007, had his left leg amputated in 2008 whilst his right leg remains permanently damaged.
Aron lives in East Bridlington near Hull with his 21 year old fiancee Callan; he is a member of RBL riders branch and proud owner of a poppy-decorated Harley Davison.
Kirianne, 28 was married to Stephen Curley, Royal Marine. Stephen was killed in May 2010 when their son William was 17 weeks old.
Stephen and Kirianne met on a platform at Exeter train station in 2006 the day he got back from a tour of Afghanistan and got chatting.
David was born in 1922 and grew up in Bethnall Green, Dagenham and Stepney with his three sisters and brother.
Throughout his life, he has been affected by conflict - his childhood shadowed by his father's experiences in the First World War, then his own direct involvement in the Second World War and now in 2012 his granddaughter's husband is a Serviceman half way through his first tour of Afghanistan.
Aged 89, George Broomhead is a Royal Navy WWII Veteran who served in the Malta Convoys and throughout WW2, he lives in Liverpool with wife Letty and family.
George Taylor, 12, along with his parents Dave and Cherry and younger sister Katie, have been long-term supporters of The Royal British Legion.
Unlike many boys his age George is not only interested in veterans' issues but campaigns relentlessly on their behalf, with enthusiasm and consistency.