Help Fly The Flag For The Armed Forces Day on June the 29th

This Saturday marks the tenth National Armed Forces Day, it is an amazing opportunity for people of the United Kingdom to show their support to The Armed Forces. At Risk Management Security Services we are proud sponsors of this event and to show further support, our Directors have joined together to take a picture with the flag.

The British Armed Forces is made up of The Royal Navy, The Royal Air Forces and The British Army. These Forces provide defence for the United Kingdom, they also work to provide humanitarian aid and international peacekeeping.

There are many ways for you to show support this weekend, the obvious would be to attend any number of the events as there are many being held across the UK, you can view them here. Local to Risk Management Security Services’ Head Office, The Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day is being held at Wycombe Air Park, Marlow between 12 pm and 6 pm this Saturday. Tickets are free of charge, however, registrations are now closed (visit the Bucks page here). In advance to the event, you can also apply to be a stall holder or a volunteer, all the information you will need is on the site.

On the day there will be plenty of family-friendly stalls and attractions like food & drinks, live bands, a live air show and funfair rides. It is a fun and celebratory event to show your support for veterans, cadets and the service families.

Not only is The Armed Forces Day about showing support but it’s also about raising awareness of the contribution made to our country by those who serve and who have served Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. In 2012 both Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes signed an Armed Forces Community Covenant that aims to remember the sacrifices made by people in the forces, past and present. If you miss out on the events this year, be sure to join in June 2020.

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