Linkswww.glarac.co.ukTo perpetuate the proud memory of the 1531 officers and men of HMS Glorious, Ardent & Acasta who lost their lives in the Norwegian Sea on 8th June 1940 and the few that survived.For a copy of the latest GLARAC newsletter please click herewww.helpforheroes.org.ukH4H provides direct, practical support for our wounded. They fund projects and initiatives that make a real difference to the lives of our wounded heroes. www.britishlegion.org.ukThe Royal British Legion safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are servig or who have served in the Armed Forces. They are one of the UK’s largest membership organisations and recognised as custodians of Remembrance. They also run the annual Poppy Appeal. www.royal-naval-association.co.ukThe Royal Naval Association granted it's Royal Charter in 1954 is the principal NavalAssociation recognised by the Admiralty Board and is a Registered Charity. Membership is open to all serving and ex-service members of the Naval Forces including the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, QARNNS, WRNS, Reserves and all ranks and specialisation’s. In addition, anyone who is in sympathy with the objects of the Association may join as an Associate Member.https://www.nmrn.org.uk/The National Museum of the Royal Navy has 11 amazing heritage attractions across the UK that reflect the fact that the Royal Navy operates on the sea, under the sea, on the land and in the air. Discover perfect places to go with the kids for the ultimate day out on-board our historic ships and inside our mus eums. The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers – An infographic aiming to raise awareness about PTSD in the military. Established in 2012 by Oliver Clark, Rehab 4 Alcoholism is an advisory and referral service for people who suffer from alcohol addiction. Rehab 4 Alcoholism works closely with rehabilitation centres and outpatient clinics throughout the United Kingdom and the admissions team match patients’ addiction with an appropriately placed rehabilitation centre.Housing and Financial Guide for Veterans - When a member of the British military retires from active service and returns to civilian life, the adjustments required can be significant. This guide will offer advice that can make the transition from serviceperson to civilian as smooth as possible.