Dating forces reunited org uk
Formed in 1980, this association has the aim of furthering interest in The Great War.
Its website is found at: is an interesting commentary available at: Enter ‘Gary Sheffield Conversation’ in the search field.
Naturally we jumped at the chance of making this a reality because love after all is what we do best!
We’re excited to be working with Forces Reunited, and of course always happy to have another addition to our ever growing White Label Dating family.
They help people from the British Forces easily find their family and friends and help people to stay in touch with one another.
Their special message, unity, and drive to stay connected is something that can really touch your heart.
In fact a lot of people know that our very own Ross Williams, Founder and Chairman, has learned to fly with The Royal Air Force once upon a time.
Forces Reunited is growing fast and it’s fantastic to be a part of that enabling them to flourish in their message and goal to grow further.
Forces Reunited: The largest UK database of Armed Forces and ex-Forces personnel on the web.
For those who served in the Royal Navy or Royal Air Force, applications can be made to the Ministry of Defence as above.
For those who served with the Australian Armed Forces, a very good and informative website is available at: gov.au/The Australians (in my humble opinion) lead the field in this respect, as many of the service records are now available, free at the point of use, on the internet.
Those service records post 1940 are more readily available, but if the subject is alive, they have to apply for their own; and if deceased, by next-of-kin with proof of identification and link to deceased person.
For application process, please see: uk/requests-for-personal-data Other information for Veterans of the U. Armed Forces can be found at: uk/veterans-uk For men and women who served in armed forces other than the British Army, the availability of information varies.