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We’re listening

AFF decided it was time to understand more from families about the unique challenges service children face and the contributions they make. In our rec...

Helpful Hampshire

Hampshire has a large forces population, with more than 6,000 military pupils on roll in its schools – comfortably the highest number of school-aged c...

Language barrier

Following our Learning the Lingo article in Army&You’s winter 2018 edition, Esther Thomas, AFF’s regional manager overseas, has learnt that you ca...

Read the small print

Not reading the small print is a common fault for many of us who lead busy lives, but it can also result in paying over the odds for products and serv...

BATUS babies benefit

When a baby is born overseas, one of the first things forces parents tend to do is apply for a birth certificate so they can obtain a passport. For Br...

A Postcard From… Canberra

David, Corina, Jack (16), Ciaran (15), Max (13) and Freya (11) tell us about their   army family life Down Under in the Australian capital Canberra… ...

The cake lady

Kath Ryan, affectionately known as ‘the cake lady’, has been bringing home comforts to injured soldiers for more than ten years. It started when she w...

Pre-screening prep

If you’ve been offered a posting outside of the UK, it’s important to understand the pre-screening process that will be required before you’ll be give...