Cross at constant rule changing

A blog from Army&You’s autumn edition by Nathaniel My dad is in the army, and for the past four years I have been a boarder at my school while we have lived overseas. Over the last year I’ve felt unsure...

From army wife to army mum

A blog from Army&You’s summer edition by Clare, @StokieBird Up until getting married in 1998 my only association with the army was through my grandad, who served as a PTI in the Royal Artillery. I remem...

Uniformed approach

A blog from Army&You’s summer edition by Suneeta, @justsayithowitis I’ve been with my husband for five and a half years now. I met him at a Home Office event. He was there representing the army and I was t...

I’ll take the high road

A blog from Army&You’s summer edition by Alisha, @armylifewiththerobertsons In May 2019, our lives changed. We packed up and made a massive move from Scotland to England. 371 miles and seven hours away fro...

Dealing with deployment before marriage

A blog from Army&You’s summer edition by Holly, @lifeofamilitarywife My fiancé and I met in 2017 and immediately became best friends. Only six months later, we went on holiday and decided, there and then, ...

Happy but not hitched!

A blog from Army&You’s summer edition by Tara, @thenotwifelife As I head towards my sixth year as an unmarried military spouse, I wanted to share my take on it. Being a military family, everyone just assum...

Our journey

A blog from Army&You’s spring edition by Rosie, @aaronswifeyx I met my husband in 2014. We got married the following year and moved into first our quarter. I instantly made the house our home and was so ex...

Thanks to the community

A blog from Army&You’s spring edition by Jodie, @themilwife When I first started my Instagram account, I never thought it would go anywhere. I thought I could just anonymously post about the highs and lows...

Blogspot: A new challenge

IF YOU had told me on my wedding day six years ago that I would give up my career to become a stay-at-home mum, I wouldn’t have believed you, writes Maxine. Back then, I was confident I’d continue my career ...