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 (German/Netherlands) Corps – we live in Nordwalde about 20km...

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 since before Charles joined the army in the late ‘90s. Time in ...

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. I met him in December 2015 and by September 2016 we were mar...

A POSTCARD FROM…

The Hurst family, Naomi, David (serving) and two-year-old Dorothy share a slice of their army life in South Asia… How long have you been an army family? Nearly six years. Time in India? One year at the Defe...

A Postcard From… Canberra

THE Penman family – Mike, Liesa, three-year-old twins Flynn and Riley and Bundy the dog – tell us about life Down Under... How long have you been an army family? We have been married for eight years, bu...

A Postcard From… Nigeria

SARAH, serving husband Jeremy and children Lottie (17), Henry (16), Honor (13)  and Felicity (3) tell us about their Army family life in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja… How long have you been an Army family? Sc...

A Postcard From Mons

FROM: Emma, soldier Stuart, Daisy (3), Sam (21 months) and Labrador Harvey WHERE: Mons, Belgium How long have you been an Army family? Six years. We have had postings in Germany, Aldershot, London and now S...

A postcard from… Milan

What life is like in Italy for Army family Liz, serving husband Adam, Imogen (8), Lucas (6), dog Gemma and Adam's two older children who visit during school holidays... How long have you been an Army famil...

A postcard from… Gibraltar

Army couple Si and Kelly tell us about their life in Gibraltar with children Saskia and Miley... How long have you been an Army family? Nine years. Time in Gibraltar: 19 months. What's your quarter lik...