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Nicholas Bennion is from the Pacific Islands of the island of Fiji. He joined the British Army in 2000 leaving his home and moving 9,800 miles to the UK.
When Poppy Pawsey was medically discharged she struggled to adapt to life outside the military.
Maisie is selling cakes and poppies outside her school to raise money after we helped support her dad Duane, who left the Army earlier this year.
Army veteran Mark volunteered for the Poppy Appeal after a 35-year career in the military.
Alan was inspired to get involved with the Poppy Appeal when his family received support from the Legion after he was paralysed.
The Royal British Legion has launched a new initiative to help provide extra support to the Armed Forces community at annual festive get togethers.
20 years since the lifting of the LGBT military ban, veteran Kate Green talk about her experience serving in the Army before the ban was lifted.
Leaving the Armed Forces can throw up lots of challenges. That's why we provide a range of support to help people make a smooth transition to civvy street.
When Leon Parker left the Army, he struggled to adapt to civilian life and ended up homeless living in the woods in a tent with his dog Misty.
Four friend took on the epic 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge to raise money for the Legion.
Shortly after the end of the Gulf War in 1990-91, veterans of the conflict began to report similar health issues when they returned home.
WW2 veterans on how coronavirus is affecting their lives, and their experiences of coping in the face of adversity.
Most people remember where they were or how they found out the Second World War was coming to an end. As the war ended in Europe, we share the VE Day stories of those who lived through it.
Alec Penstone was 15 years old and worked in a factory when war broke out in 1939. After volunteering as a part time (Air Raid Precautions) messenger during the Blitz he joined the Royal Navy.
Born in pre-partition India in a village in Rawalpindi Muhammad Hussain, 95, was 16 years old when he ran away from home to enlist in the British Indian Army during the Second World War.
When the Covid-19 outbreak forced Lee Owen - Head of Activities at one of our care homes - and his 6 year-old son Noah into self-isolation they had to find a way to stay connected to the care home residents they entertained.