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forged signatures on re enlistment paper work

split service? told that you have to be on 2 different pension schemes? have you checked you re enlistment paper work. ie. D500 and acceptence to the terms of service. It is this kind of paper work that might not have been signed by you. In my case i have forged paper work and it has been egnored by all????????????? why ??????????
No one seems to be interested in the fact i have forged paper work in my P file.

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News story: Work begins on defence training college

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A ceremony was held yesterday, 13 February, to celebrate the first phase of construction of the new Defence College of Technical Training at MOD Lyneham in Wiltshire.
The new college brings together technical training for all 3 services at one location. This makes it more efficient and cost-effective, whilst at the same time creating 900 construction jobs.
Minister for International Security Strategy Dr Andrew Murrison was at the event. He said:
I am delighted to officially mark the first stage of construction work on the new Defence College of Technical Training.
This new college will ensure our armed forces have the best possible training environment with modern accommodation in which to live and learn.
By co-locating activities for all 3 services in one place we are not only helping to improve efficiency by reducing the time personnel need to spend in training, but also helping to save money for the taxpayer by rationalising the defence estate.

In December, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) awarded a £121 million contract to Hercules, a joint venture between the Kier Group and Balfour Beatty plc, for tranche 1 of the development.
This first phase of work includes the creation of new single living accommodation for 1,194 trainees and staff. It will provide purpose-built teaching facilities and a large outdoor training area.
There will also be a publicly accessible museum for the army’s Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
Lyneham’s history of repatriating fallen military personnel will be preserved and honoured through a memorial dedication, a public garden of remembrance and an area within the museum.
DIO project leader David Holmes said:

DIO supports the armed forces by providing what they need to live, work, train and deploy. This is the first stage of the construction of the new state-of-the-art college that will offer the best possible training facilities for all 3 services in a central location.

The former RAF Lyneham closed in December 2012 after all operational flying moved to RAF Brize Norton. Phase 1 of the work to transform the site is expected be completed by the autumn of 2015, when the first staff and students will arrive at the college. Lieutenant General Andrew Gregory, Chief of Defence Personnel, said: This facility for our future regular and reserve armed forces will benefit from stimulating surroundings, with refurbished accommodation and brand new sports, leisure and welfare facilities, all of which will combine to make this an outstanding living and working environment.

Commodore David Elford, commandant of the Defence College of Technical Training, added:

I am delighted to mark this major milestone in the college’s development. It is tangible evidence of our programme to create a cost-effective and flexible technical training organisation providing modern, high quality training for our soldiers, sailors and airmen.

Richard Collin, Hercules construction manager, said:

Hercules is delighted to have been awarded this major tri-service strategic training facilities project. Working with DIO and the services, we aim to provide best-value new and refurbished assets employing sustainable construction methods and whole-life solutions.

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News story: Military steps up flood relief work

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These past few weeks have seen heavy rainfall and widespread flooding cause major disruption across the UK, and as the wet weather is set to continue, more than 2,000 military personnel have been called on to provide flood relief.
Armed forces personnel have been working closely with silver and gold command operators in the local authorities, to help those whose lives have been affected by the floods.
Over 1,000 military personnel have been busy filling and distributing sandbags, as well as carrying out a variety of tasks, in 6 different locations in the Thames Valley area.
In Wraysbury, around 100 personnel from Z Company, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers have been on the ground assisting with sandbagging and other general duties, while troops deployed in Chertsey, Thorpe Park, Wraysbury and Datchet continue to conduct general tasks in support of the emergency services there.
Soldiers from 145 (South) Brigade have continued filling sandbags as they support the Environment Agency at the Highways Agency Chieveley Depot.

Taunton-based Royal Marines lay sandbags for Oxfordshire residents in heavy rain, sleet, and strong winds [Picture: Crown copyright]Meanwhile, in the Chertsey area of the River Thames, a pair of Royal Engineers support boats are supporting the local fire and rescue service.
Royal Marines from 40 Commando are moving and filling sandbags in Somerset, and troops from 39 Engineer Regiment are using 8 earth-moving vehicles to assist the Environment Agency with rebuilding the shingle flood defences at Chesil beach in Dorset.
Personnel from the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force continue to provide support in areas affected by floods as part of cross-government and multi-agency relief efforts. A total of 1,407 personnel are now committed to tasks with further personnel on standby to deploy as required.
The Defence Secretary, Philip Hammond, has offered the services of military personnel to assist flood relief efforts in any affected area, and the Prime Minister has made clear that money is no object when it comes to the provision of support. In order to achieve coordinated and effective assistance, military assets must be deployed in consultation with the civil authorities, which remain in the lead on relief efforts.
While efforts are focussed on the worst affected areas, in Somerset and the Thames Valley, military support is available to be deployed wherever required. In addition to personnel on the ground, a number of military planners are working with relevant agencies at a range of locations to scope what further support can be provided.
A number of military planners continue to work with relevant agencies at a range of locations affected by flooding to scope what further support the military can offer.
The military will remain available to respond to requests for assistance for as long as the flood situation continues.

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