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Marriage and divorce after military deployment to Afghanistan: A matched cohort study from Sweden

To investigate the probability of marriage and divorce among Swedish military veterans deployed to Afghanistan relative to non-deployed matched comparators. Military veterans were identified through Swedish military personnel registers regarding foreign deployments, and comparators from the Military Service Conscription Register…

Benefit Not Burden (UK)

The Armed Forces covenant is a promise by the nation to ensure that people who serve or have served in the Armed Forces, and their families, are treated fairly. It focuses on ensuring members of the Armed Forces community do…

Improving Delivery of the UK’s Armed Forces Covenant: How can organisations more effectively implement the Armed Forces Covenant across the UK in support of everyone in the Armed Forces Community?

The Covenant is an important policy mechanism designed to ensure that the Armed Forces Community does not suffer a disadvantage as a result of a person’s or their family member’s service in the Armed Forces, and as such it covers…

Life, embodiment, and (post-)war stories: studying narrative in critical military studies

This paper argues for an expanded conceptualization of narrative as a tool for research in critical military studies (CMS). Narrative provides a means of studying the human experience of war as simultaneously ‘embodied’ and ‘storied’, but only if the underpinning…