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In our centenary year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson met collectors at Downing St to make his donation to the 2021 Poppy Appeal.
A team from the British Army have set a new world record for crossing the Atlantic Ocean whilst raising vital funds for the Royal British Legion.
David Kelsey joined the Army at 16, but his military career was cut short because of the ban on LGBT+ personnel serving in the Armed Forces.
Forty years since the conflict, Royal Navy veteran Charlie Threlfall recalls his time in the Falklands and surviving the perils of San Carlos Water.
RBL has helped an RAF veteran from Yorkshire to secure £9000 in unpaid benefits, rescuing him from a life of food banks and queuing for handouts.
When Dorothy became her husband’s carer, our Admiral Nurse service stepped in to provide practical advice, and emotional and psychological support.
The Voices of Armed Forces Children Choir have made it to the Britain’s Got Talent semi-finals.
Jason Coward, the RBL's new National Chair, shares his ambitions for the charity.
Our Armed Forces risk everything to protect you, despite never having met you. Your poppy shows you care, and helps us continue our vital work.
Rach talks about her recovery journey starting at the RBL Battle Back Centre, all the way to the Invictus Games in Sydney and The Hague.
After being diagnosed with PTSD, and losing his wife to cancer only 5 years later, Brian was unable to cope. We helped him get his life back on track.
Whilst in the RAF, Sara suffered a life-changing brain injury. Our recovery through the arts programme, Bravo 22, helped her heal.
We are honoured to be participating in the Coronation Procession, where we will provide a Guard of Honour of 100 Standard Bearers.
Richard Vaughan was completed his National Service on 16 May 1963, making him the last National Serviceman to complete his service in the UK.
Tilly talks about her time in the British Army, her sports recovery journey and eventually her selection for Invictus Games Düsseldorf.
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