You’ve served your country, travelled the world, and made friends for life along the way. So what happens now? In this section, you can find out everything you need to know about leaving the British Army, including veterans’ services, NHS support, and ongoing mental health and wellbeing.
No matter the length of your service, you’ll always be a part of the British Army family.
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In the UK, medical care for families is provided by the National Health Service (NHS), which provides for both doctor and dentist care.
The Army Personnel Centre provides personal data and service records for Army personnel.
In the British Army, you start learning from the moment you join – and you’ll continue to develop until the day you leave.
Go to Discover My Benefits to find out more about the resettlement activities that will be available to you when your time in the Army is coming to an end.
Interested in joining the British Army from overseas? Find out everything you need to know here.
Our aim is to ensure that service leavers are given all the relevant information needed to make a smooth transition into civilian life.
The Army also has values which instil courage, discipline, respect for others, integrity, loyalty, selfless commitment into soldiers - providing skills that will last a lifetime.