Saturday 30 June 2018

Armed Forces Day

76 Upcoming events

30 June 2018

Veterans and Armed Forces Day

This event runs from 11am until 4pm with a veteran and cadet parade, including an inspection. Community stalls, fun fair, inflatable assault course, hot food & drinks, along with arena entertainment. Martello Fields, Seaford, East Sussex.

23–24 June 2018

Weston Armed Forces Weekend 2018

Weston Armed Forces Weekend in conjunction with our friends from Weston Air Days, provides arguably the biggest and best Free to Enter Armed Forces Event in the South-West. Since 2014 we have been working together with the Air Days Team to bring you an exciting, exhilarating and interesting weekend and…

Denton – 30 June 2018

Tameside Armed Forces Day 2018

• Tameside’s AFD will start with a short remembrance service, giving the wider community a chance to come together in a respectful display of support and understanding. • Civic reception for ex-service, serving personnel and families of the fallen with the Civic Mayor, Councillors and local dignitaries. • The remainder…

25–30 June 2018

Bolton Armed Forces Day

Bolton Armed Forces Day – Saturday 30th June – An opportunity to celebrate and thank all Forces past and present and a chance for the Bolton community and the Forces communities to come together. Always a very popular event in the centre of Bolton, there will be Cadet participation and…

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Amazing 360-degree video of a Machine Gun Platoon in Kenya! ...

Get close up with the General Purpose Machine Gun.Riflemen from the Machine Gun Platoon carryout live firing during an exercise in Kenya.

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Armed Forces Day shared RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day's post. ...

RNAS Yeovilton International Air Day 2018 on Saturday 7 July promises to be a spectacular show! Save with Early Bird tickets at - OFFER ENDS 31 JAN. Here's a little reminder of Air Day 2017 to enjoy.

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Armed Forces Day shared British Army's Congratulations, Ice Maidens!. ...

Congratulations Ice Maidens.The British Army’s Ice Maiden expedition has become the first all-female team to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone.Covering 1700 kms, the six soldiers crossed the finish line today at the Hercules Inlet.Ordinary women doing extraordinary things.The Army offers a life less ordinary.

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