The website of the National Service (RAF) Association catering for ex National Servicemen and Regulars, WAAF and WRAF.
30 plus Social Branches running in the UK and an annual re union and Parade at the National memorial Arboretum at Alrewas on the first Sunday in September of each year - galleries of all the Schools of Recruit Training - "squarebashing !" A must for ex RAF Vets.
RAF Hednesford - No 11 School of Recruit Training.
History / information and over 200 photographs.
> http://www.rafbridgnorth.org.uk:
NEW website for ex RAF Bridgnorth Personnel.
NEW website for all ex Transport Command Veterans.
The most comprehensive website about our Armed Forces.
http://www. Nursinghomeabuseguide.org :

Nursing Home Abuse is a problem in our Society today and is a very difficult issue to face!.
Existing in many forms, many in many forms, many of which are not evident by clear physical signs.
The problem is far to familiar and we are here to advise and help.
Shannon Roberts. Senior awareness Co-ordinator.

http://www.DrugDangers.com :
Drug Dangers is committed to providing the latest information on a range of medications and medical devices that have serious complications. If you're interested, I would love to hear your thoughts about our website. I really appreciate your time and consideration.

Alicia Sims
Outreach Coordinator - Drug Dangers

http://www.pleuralmesothelioma.com :
Recommended websites about Asbestos contamination are:

A large percentage of veterans have been exposed to asbestos-contaminated products that were used their time in the service from the 1930s through the 1970s. Learn more about Pleural Mesothelioma, exposure, and diagnosis at pleuralmesothelioma.com

Please feel free to contact me if you would like more information or have any questions in regards to asbestos or mesothelioma. Thank you so much again for your support! Have a great week!
Best Regards,
Rachel Gilner
International Veteran Liaison

http://www.mesothelioma.com :

Another recommended website about Asbestos contamination is:
http://www.mesotheliomasymptoms.com. :

Latest postings on this subject: http://www.mesotheliomasymptoms.com/military-branches/abestos-air-force. :
A new website contact just in, who offer to advise and help if requested:
http://www.mesotheliomaPrognosis.net. :

http://www.mesotheliomaVeterans.org :
And more on this subject:
http://www.mesothelioma.as. :
We strive to provide the most up-to-date information on Mesothelioma, including causes, symptoms, treatment options, and we work in coordination with the top cancer centres in the United States.

The United States Department of Veteran Affairs estimates that there are currently over five million living Navy veterans.
Unfortunately, many of these veterans were once exposed to asbestos and have a high risk of developing the cancer known as Mesothelioma.
Asbestos exposure, a known cause of mesothelioma, was unavoidable for millions of veterans, whether they were deployed overseas or working in the U.S. Up to 30 percent of all diagnosed mesothelioma cases are veterans. Our mission is to help educate all veterans on the dangers of asbestos exposure and to also help provide service members suffering from mesothelioma the most up-to-date and accurate information on treatments, clinical trials and other patient resources. Our goal is to partner with organizations like yours to spread awareness about the dangers of asbestos exposure.

Please contact me at rich.stewart@MesotheliomaSpecialists.org. I look forward to hearing from you, and I hope that we can team up together to provide more quality resources for the users of your website.

British Cold War Veterans are those people who served in HM armed forces (Regular and Reserve) during the Cold War (1945 - 1991), a period which has been described as the 'most dangerous time ever in world history' when the powers of both East and West squared up militarily taking everyone to the brink of global annihilation.
It was a 'war', often fought covertly and in secret, but one in which the men and women of Great Britain's armed forces, who served during this period, were in a constant state of readiness for what was seen as being mankind's final conflict.
The freedom which this country and the Western world enjoyed throughout this time owes much to the men and women of Britain's armed forces who stepped forward ready to defend with their lives if necessary, its values and democracy.
They served at home, in Europe, with NATO, and many other parts of the world, but they served with pride.
Applications are now invited for membership:
Andrew Davis; 35 Kinmoor Close. Warmley, Bristol. BS20 8BD.
E Mail: enquiries@britishcoldwarveterans.co.uk
The website will give you an insight into why we are demanding full official recognition for our proud Sailors, Marines, Soldiers and Airmen who have protected our nation through all types of political turmoil since the Second World War.
It is our belief that an NDM is a reasonable and proper way for the nation to demonstrate to all HM Armed Forces that their service is appreciated. A small token of recognition for putting themselves at the mercy of the Country's leaders in the hope it will act in the citizens best interests.
A medal that can be "officially" worn on parade with pride.
The Veterans Badge is an unofficial MoD offering and it's purpose is different from the NDM.
We see it however, as a first step to proper recognition.
"There's nothing more important to troops than a medal - they are incredibly emotive and they mean the world to soldiers."
Patrick Mercer, MP for Newark, and former infantry commander - Daily Telegraph 19/04/2008
More information on: http://nationaldefencemedal.webs.com/
Calling all ex Raf Cooks. Get in touch via this site.