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Links to Other Forces Related Web sites
All of the following sites are dedicated to keeping ex-servicemen and women in touch or to register their interest in finding others and finding information on military or Veterans matters.
** An unofficial site that has no direct or implicit connection with the Army Catering Corps Association

Army Catering Corps **

An unofficial web site, created by Brian Hogg, a former ACC soldier, for ex-Army Catering Corps personnel.

Forces Reunited

Over 500,00 members; the largest forces website with forums, search facilities, photo gallery, military news, dating, shop and much more.

Northern Ireland Veterans

A fast growing organisation that needs your support. The ACC Standard is paraded at their annual Service of Remembrance at the National Arboretum, Staffordshire.

Blind Veterans UK

St Dunstan’s is an organisation specifically aimed at blind or partially sighted ex-service personnel. It now accepts applications from those who have contracted sight problems since leaving the Service, no matter how long they served. If you know someone who might benefit please contact the organisation or ‘phone ACC Association member Peter Jupp on 01273 415137. Peter is willing to chat over his positive experience and give advice to members.

The Not Forgotten Association

Providing entertainment and recreation for the serving wounded and the ex-service community with disabilities

Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

The BLESMA organisation has become even more important in recent years as more and more servicemen return from theatres of conflict minus one or more limbs.

The British Legion

Launched in September 2007, Honour the Covenant is the Legion's ongoing campaign calling on Government to honour its life-long duty of care to those making a unique commitment to their country.

The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families’ Association

The SSAFA Forces Help is the leading national charity committed to helping serving and former servicemen and their dependents. Professional staff and a network of 7,000 volunteers provide practical and financial assistance, emotional support and a wide range of services.

Veterans UK

An important site for those interested in National Commemoration events. Find out about service pensions, lost medals, service records, and much more. The Government is committed to improving life for ex-Servicemen

The Royal Hospital, Chelsea

Over the past 325 years the Royal Hospital has been home to over 25,000 Chelsea Pensioners. Today, theRoyal Hospital is home to veterans who served in Korea, the Falklands, Cyprus, Ireland and World War II and is making itself ready to receive soldiers from current campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq when they retire.

PTSD Amongst The Military and Veterans

"The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers". Many of the serving or veteran military personnel who are diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are simply not receiving the clinical or financial support they need. This is despite the fact that PTSD is more understood than ever before. In fact, doctors have been treating soldiers for psychological effects of combat since World War I. This website focuses on facts about how PTSD affects servicemen and women.
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The Royal Logistic Corps Association The purpose of The RLC Association is to promote and develop the Corps' corporate identity and aims to achieve this through concern for Corps members, Regular and Reserve Army, serving and retired and their dependants.
Links to Other Forces Related Web sites
All of the following sites are dedicated to keeping ex-servicemen and women in touch or to register their interest in finding others and finding information on military or Veterans matters.
** An unofficial site that has no direct or implicit connection with the Army Catering Corps Association

Army Catering Corps **

An unofficial web site, created by Brian Hogg, a former ACC soldier, for ex-Army Catering Corps personnel.

Forces Reunited

Over 500,00 members; the largest forces website with forums, search facilities, photo gallery, military news, dating, shop and much more.

Northern Ireland Veterans

A fast growing organisation that needs your support. The ACC Standard is paraded at their annual Service of Remembrance at the National Arboretum, Staffordshire.

Blind Veterans UK

St Dunstan’s is an organisation specifically aimed at blind or partially sighted ex-service personnel. It now accepts applications from those who have contracted sight problems since leaving the Service, no matter how long they served. If you know someone who might benefit please contact the organisation or ‘phone ACC Association member Peter Jupp on 01273 415137. Peter is willing to chat over his positive experience and give advice to members.

The Not Forgotten Association

Providing entertainment and recreation for the serving wounded and the ex-service community with disabilities

Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

The BLESMA organisation has become even more important in recent years as more and more servicemen return from theatres of conflict minus one or more limbs.

The British Legion

Launched in September 2007, Honour the Covenant is the Legion's ongoing campaign calling on Government to honour its life-long duty of care to those making a unique commitment to their country.

The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families’ Association

The SSAFA Forces Help is the leading national charity committed to helping serving and former servicemen and their dependents. Professional staff and a network of 7,000 volunteers provide practical and financial assistance, emotional support and a wide range of services.

Veterans UK

An important site for those interested in National Commemoration events. Find out about service pensions, lost medals, service records, and much more. The Government is committed to improving life for ex- Servicemen

The Royal Hospital, Chelsea

Over the past 325 years the Royal Hospital has been home to over 25,000 Chelsea Pensioners. Today, theRoyal Hospital is home to veterans who served in Korea, the Falklands, Cyprus, Ireland and World War II and is making itself ready to receive soldiers from current campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq when they retire.

PTSD Amongst The Military and Veterans

"The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers". Many of the serving or veteran military personnel who are diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are simply not receiving the clinical or financial support they need. This is despite the fact that PTSD is more understood than ever before. In fact, doctors have been treating soldiers for psychological effects of combat since World War I. This website focuses on facts about how PTSD affects servicemen and women.
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