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Matt had always wanted to join the Army, but when he decided to leave, he felt like a fish out of water as he tried to navigate civilian life.
The Royal British Legion supports our Armed Forces community by building connections with a variety of organisations and community groups.
It can be hard when your child joins the military. Even more so for Anita when all 3 of her children signed up.
It can be difficult for people to relate to the struggles faced by military families. Read about their stories.
Liam Young had always wanted to join the Army. Read his story on rebuilding his life after Service.
When Poppy Pawsey was medically discharged she struggled to adapt to life outside the military.
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.
Lance Corporal Adam Nesbitt credits the DMRC with helping him make a better recovery than anybody thought was possible after a serious motorcycle accident.
When serving in Afghanistan in 2006, Andy Barlow ran into a minefield to help an injured fellow solider. This changed his life forever.
During the coronavirus outbreak we will continue to work with our community, ensuring their safety and well-being is our highest priority during these unprecedented times.
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.
When Army medic Hayley's patrol was hit by an IED in Afghanistan in 2012, she ran to the aid of others despite being injured herself.
Our expert Benefits and Money advisors are here to help you with five to tips for managing your finances during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Veteran Lawrence Philips found himself struggling to adapt to civilian life and at the mercy of a payday loan company when COVID-19 meant he couldn’t work.
Army veteran Terry found his life spiralling out of control due to alcohol addiction. With our help he put himself on a path to recovery.
The Royal British Legion has brought Christmas cheer to members of the Armed Forces community separated from loved ones this December by hosting our first ‘Together at Christmas’ events in virtual festive ‘get togethers’.