YoungGeneration

Book Club: Food for thought

In this edition’s Army&You and Reading Force Book Club, our forces youngsters share their views on When Cucumber Lost His Cool by Michelle Robinso...

Confidence-boosting challenge

Last year’s Annington Challenge proved to be a high point of the summer for a group of lucky service children, including 11 army youngsters. The chal...

Tech to tackle loneliness

A digital platform, where 16-19 year olds from armed forces families can meet online with others from the service community in a safe and secure envir...

A problem shared…

Networking as an older military child is important as it provides a chance to share experiences and support others. We spoke to Tilly Radwell, 22, who...

NEETs in your nest?

According to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, young people live with their parents for longer than they did 20 years ago. F...

BOOK CLUB – A SUMMER SIZZLER

In this edition’s Army&You and Reading Force Book Club, our forces youngsters share their views on The Great Godden by Meg Rosoff... RIO GREGORY ...

How to sell your service experience

Writing a CV at any stage of your career is sometimes a daunting task, but for those who are starting out with little or no work experience, it can se...

Growing pains

Navigating childhood is challenging and coping with military life can be an additional complication for service children and young people. This, toget...

A class apart

Not everyone understands army family life and it’s not easy to explain to your civilian friends what it’s really like. In school, you might be feeling...

Coming of age

Growing up in an army family is ever-changing, challenging and often difficult to navigate, but it’s also character-building and can help develop a un...