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Sunflower stories

The sunflower competition featured on page 32 of the winter edition of Army&You, stirred up some friendly but fierce rivalry across 14 locations i...

The tall and short of it

To bring communities together and connect people when COVID restrictions were in force, the SHAPE team of Community Liaison Officers (CLOs) came up wi...

The word on Wales

If you’re posted to Wales or are already living there, don’t miss the new guide for families from SSCE Cymru – Supporting Service Children in Educatio...

A postcard from Münster

Laura, Ashley, Elliot (8) and Sophie (6) on life in Germany How long have you been an army family? Nine years. Time in Münster? Two years at HQ 1 ...

A postcard from Kuwait

Karen, Charles, Amelia (10) and Oliver (8) on getting to grips with life in the Gulf How long have you been an army family? We’ve been together sinc...

Rate revamp

Are you living or posted overseas this summer? If so, make sure you’re aware of the changes to the way Local Overseas Allowance (LOA) is being calcula...

Regional reshuffle

For those of you who live in England, you may have noticed that AFF has made a slight change to the geographical areas we cover. The addition of three...

Marvel at Marchwood

Captain Si Macey (RLC), the unit welfare officer from 17 Port and Maritime Regt at Marchwood, Hampshire, explains how a grant has helped to transform ...

A postcard from Norway

Zoë, soldier Andrew and Rory, who is four, on forces life by the fjords. How long have you been an army family? Andrew has been serving since 2005. ...

Studying in Scotland

Did you know, in Scotland, universities and further education colleges are working closely together to better support the military community? AFF’s e...