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Married to the job

There are more than 1,300 married couples serving together in the British Army. Does having the same job make it easier to deal with the demands of Se...

Life beyond the wire

As the Army heads for a settled future in the UK, military families are getting more involved in civilian life. A&Y investigates the benefits of c...

Army wives strong

Camaraderie took on a whole new meaning when the families of 1st Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment set themselves a half-marathon challenge. The tea...

Pad brat bulletin

Georgia (21) and Harrison (18) Kent have spent their entire lives in a military family. It’s something that they’re both incredibly proud of – so much...

Long distance love

Can spending too much time apart ruin a relationship? Or does absence really make the heart grow fonder? Army&You talks to spouses and partners of...

Life-changing study

MY husband Nickolas and I are originally from Guyana, South America and I married into the British Army in 2005 after we got together during his basic...

The big move

Rebasing – the removal of British troops from Germany and a series of internal unit moves and re-roles within the UK – is one of the most complex rest...

Forces sweethearts

The appeal of a man or woman in uniform is a familiar stereotype in the dating world, but what’s it really like to be in a relationship with a soldier...

Beacons for entrepreneurs

We all know that it isn’t easy to find a job in each new location when your home life is uprooted every few years, but there are some military wives b...