Archives: October 2017

Dunfermline FC pledges Armed Forces support

Dunfermline Athletic Football Club has become the latest organisation to sign the UK Armed Forces Covenant. In doing so the club made a commitmen...

Highlanders head underground

A team of cadets from 1st Battalion the Highlanders recently took part in underground exploring near Inchnadamph. The Caithness Company Cadets: C...

Alastair coaches UK shooters to victory

During the summer Adult Under Officer Alastair Smyth, from 1st Battalion the Highlander’s Alness Detachment, spent six weeks leading cadets from acr...

Cadet’s actions commended

A cadet from 1st Battalion the Highlanders has been commended for going above and beyond the call of duty at the Highland Military Tattoo at Fort Geor...

Highlanders swim to success

Four cadets from 1st Battalion The Highlanders represented Scotland at the Army Cadet Force Association National Swimming Championships in Aldershot o...

Scottish Water committed to Armed Forces support

Scottish Water has pledged its commitment to supporting serving and former military personnel and their families. Director for People Shirley Cam...

Employers shine at Gold awards

Prince Harry has presented thirty-three UK employers with an Armed Forces Covenant Gold Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) award. The award i...

Report highlights positive impact of Cadets

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has welcomed an independent report that praises the work of Cadet Forces across the country. The report...

Employers go behind the scenes at RAF Lossiemouth

RAF Lossiemouth hosted an HRFCA Employer Engagement Day on 4 October. Project Officer, Flying Officer Chloe McFarlane, the Station Adjutant, put ...

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