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Central Scotland Branch PRA Glasgow

The Central Scotland Branch of the PRA was founded to create a meeting place for ex-members of the Parachute Regiment in the Central Region of Scotland. We now include the West of Scotland, especially Glasgow and Ayrshire. Membership of the Association is open to all ranks past and present of the Parachute Regiment, regular and TA, including members of other regiments who have served or are serving a tour with the Parachute Regiment. In addition all others who have served or are serving with a British Airborne Formation or Unit are eligible for membership.

www.centralscotlandpraglasgow.co.uk

 

Parachute Regiment Cap Badge

3rd Bn PARACHUTE REGIMENT - Palestine 1945-1948

 

http://www.parachuteregiment-hsf.org/index.htm

 

Welcome to the new look "Parachute Regiment" website ... this site is now split into two ... "10 Para / HSF" and "The Parachute Regiment" originally this site was for 10 Para HSF, but it has become recognised as a Regimental site, I get inquires from ex/serving members and their families asking for information, we have become a hub for
"The Airborne Brotherhood" ...  want anything added, just ask ... Enjoy our site.

Parachute Regiment Cap Badge

http://www.parachuteregiment-hsf.org/The%20Parachute%20Regiment.htm

 

10 Para DZ Flash

Formed in 1982 by the Thatcher Government, The Home Service Force (HSF) was intended purely as a Home Defence unit to be use to guard key points throughout the UK against sabotage which was thought might come from the Spetznez (Russian Special Forces) or any other source for that matter.

http://www.parachuteregiment-hsf.org/10_Para_HSF.htm

 

Kilroy was here

Kilroy Was Here - Unknown stories and forgotten places. WWII & Korean war Secrets. Unknown stories revealed & places rediscovered Personal stories of combat & home front, legends, Gremlins and foofighters.

Asbestos Dot Com

Asbestos.com is committed to providing the latest, up-to-date information to our visitors in the hopes of spreading awareness about the dangers of asbestos cancer (mesothelioma). Our goal is to offer a one-stop resource on all asbestos and mesothelioma related issues ranging from occupational exposure to treatment options.

With more than 3,500 pages of content, our mission is to do whatever we can to help promote asbestos and mesothelioma awareness.

PleuralMesothelioma.com is a supplemental site due to it being the majority of all mesothelioma cases.

Pudsey Paras

Welcome to pudsey paras. This site features items about the Parachute Regiment and British Airborne forces.  Anyone wishing to contribute pictures , items or messages contact: chalkyweb@aol.co.uk

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ParaData Airborne Forces Online Database

Details of ParaData the online archive of Airborne Forces More

AEA Scotland

AEA Scotland

Unofficial site for 9 Para Sqn RE

Unofficial Site for 9 Parachute Squadron Royal Engineers

Ex Airborne Forces site

Ex Airborne Forces As an Airborne site for all ex and serving members of Airborne Forces, this site is dedicated to bringing you Airborne related articles from both past and present. Our main aim is to offer help, support and information for Ex Airborne brothers. We provide information for people who suffer from PTSD. We also have a 24 hour contact number that truly is 24/7, all calls are answered

299 Association

The 299 Association was formed to provide contact between old and new comrades in arms who have achieved Airborne or Commando status within 299 Troop RE.

The Association's aims are to promote and encourage social events for its members and where possible relieve any hardship or distress suffered by them or their dependants. The Association is also dedicated to promoting and maintaining contact with other Airborne and Commando Associations and Troops currently within 131 Independent Commando Squadron RE and 299 Parachute Squadron RE

Help for Heroes web site

"What is Help for Heroes about? It's about the blokes, our men and women. It's about Derri, a rugby player who lost both his legs, it's about Carl whose jaw is wired up so he has been drinking through a straw. It's about Richard who was handed a mobile phone as he lay on the stretcher so he could say goodbye to his wife. It's about Steven and Andy and Mark, it's about them all. They are just blokes but they are our blokes, they are our heroes. We want to help our heroes."
Bryn Parry
Appeal Chairman

Royal Engineers Association Lanarkshire Branch

Royal Engineers Association Lanarkshire Branch Here on our web site we hope to give serving and retired Sappers news of events taking place primarily in the Lanarkshire area and hopefully some from wider afield. Our aim is to give an interesting view of what branch members do, events, some historical perspective and up to date news of the Corps of Royal Engineers. We also aim to provide information and links to web sites containing useful information for serving and retired Sappers


Parachute 2 web site

Parachute 2 Club membership is open to all past and present parachute trained personnel who have served at any time in or with the 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment
Contact Al Ashworth - Hon Club Secretary, Phone 01933 226 311


Service Personnel and Veterans Agency

The Service Personnel and Veterans Agency aims to improve personnel, pensions, welfare and support services to members of the armed forces and veterans

UK Armed Forces Veterans Lapel Badge

Service before and during World War 2

Men and Women who served in HM Armed Forces before and/or during World War 2 are entitled to a Veterans Badge

Service after World War 2

Men and Women who enlisted in HM Armed Forces between 3rd September 1945 and 31st December 1994 are entitled to a Veterans Badge. There is no qualifying length of service

Posthumous requests

It is regrettable that the badge cannot be issued posthumously. The badge is a survivors badge, which is to be worn on civilian attire. The only exceptions are War Widows and Widowers who are in receipt of a War Widows/Widowers Pension paid by the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency