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RAF Directorate of Legal Services  

Includes a full section on Air Force Law.

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First-tier Tribunal (War Pensions and Armed Forces Compensation)  

We’re responsible for handling appeals by current and former servicemen or women in England and Wales against decisions by Veterans UK in relation to pensions, compensation and other amounts.

Reserve Forces Appeal Tribunal  

We are responsible for hearing appeals from: UK reserve forces personnel who want to challenge a decision to turn down their request for exemption from service employers of reservists who want to challenge a decision to turn down their request for exemption from service We also hear appeals about decisions regarding financial assistance for reservists or their employers.

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Ministry of Defence (MoD)  Live bookmark  

We protect the security, independence and interests of our country at home and abroad. We work with our allies and partners whenever possible. Our aim is to ensure that the armed forces have the training, equipment and support necessary for their work, and that we keep within budget. MOD is a ministerial department , supported by 30 agencies and public bodies.

Press release: MOD confirms the death of Corporal Jonathan Bayliss, Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team (The Red Arrows)
News story: Multi-million-pound contract to enhance Royal Navy Type 45 fleet resilience
Collection: Defence Engineering Degree Apprenticeship 2018
Guidance: Whittington ranges firing times
Guidance: Kingsbury ranges firing times
Guidance: Sennybridge firing notice
News story: Rededication and burial services for first world war soldiers
News story: Novichok nerve agent use in Salisbury: UK government response

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Advisory Committee on Conscientious Objectors  

We advise the Secretary of State for Defence on all conscientious objection claims. These claims are made by those in the armed forces whose application for permission to retire, resign or be discharged have been refused by the service authorities. ACCO is an advisory non-departmental public body of the Ministry of Defence