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Find out more about our epic Pedal to Ypres ride, including our event itinerary and kit list.
Our team base all our work on the latest evidence and views from the Armed Forces community, our members, leading researchers and experts.
Since 2017 a new counter-poaching task force has trained more than 120 rangers to protect endangered wildlife in Malawi.
With 150 acres, over 300 memorials and an abundance of wildlife, there are a variety of volunteering roles at the National Memorial Arboretum.
At the end of WW2 millions were homeless, transport links had been destroyed, and many nations’ industry were in ruins.
Bill Harrison flew Beaufighters during the Second World War. He talks about crash landing, taking fire, and the comrades he lost.
Spies, Polish countesses and the legendary Colonel Buckmaster, Noreen Riols recalls her memories of the Secret Army.
John Green was among over 1,000 RBL members to visit WW1 battlefields to mark the 90th anniversary of the Great Pilgrimage in 2018.
The Tributes planted in our Fields of Remembrance each carry a personal message to someone who lost their life in Service for our country.
If you have suffered an injury or illness due to service and wish to claim compensation, our team of expert advisers can to help you through the process.
Hundreds of people around have taken part in a Forces Wives Challenge virtual bike ride to raise money for the Poppy Appeal.
The Tributes planted in the Belfast Field of Remembrance each carry a personal message to someone who lost their life in service for our country.
During the Second World War Jane Eldridge was a Cypher Officer, travelling with Winston Churchill to Canada.
We've collected these additional resources on rights, benefits, pensions and allowances you may find useful.
Sam serves as a Corporal in the Paras and his tattoos show the significant impact that joining this elite airborne regiment has had on his identity.
We've been the champions of Remembrance since 1921. We've shaped Remembrance from the adoption of Madame Guérin’s red poppy, through to campaigning to define a more inclusive form of Remembrance.