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John Green was among over 1,000 RBL members to visit WW1 battlefields to mark the 90th anniversary of the Great Pilgrimage in 2018.
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After his medical discharge, Andy reached out to RBL for assistance navigating the complex paperwork and compensation claims process.
Please use this form to get in touch with Rosie Parish, PR Officer at the Legion for the Midlands.
Read stories of how RBL bring together nations, communities and individuals to create better futures for the Armed Forces community and their families.
Trevor Bradshaw was only 21 when The Falklands War began. Now a counsellor, he looks back on his experiences from 1982.