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4 million ex-servicemen and nearly 600,000 widows who are entitled for lifetime pension.
The firm said ex-servicemen can be trusted to be punctual, smart and hardworking.
Among the 20 teams taking part were Mission Motorsport vehicles crewed by six ex-servicemen badly injured in Afghanistan.
Current servicemen and women should present their ID cards at the club shop or ticket office to claim their discounted ticket while ex-servicemen and women should present their discharge papers to take advantage of the offer.
Ray Warren, branch chairman of Knowle British Legion said ex-servicemen would be "disgusted.
Deliberating over the organization of ex-servicemen, he said that this organization was kept in abeyance for 17 years, by none other than "my own junior (pupil), former President Pervez Musharraf, but I had it reverted it back to top slot".
They also demanded that dispensary in Mandi Bahauddin should be upgraded to Day Health Centre and admission quota in Fauji Foundation Educational Institutions for ex-servicemen wards should be increased as well as fertilizers and seeds should be provided to self-cultivating ex-servicemen with land holding of five acres and below free of cost.
Gul said that Pakistan Ex-Servicemen Convention would be held soon where all the members would be invited to chalk out strategies for restoration of peace in country and policies against the international conspiracies.
MORE ex-servicemen have failed in a legal battle after alleging serious health problems caused by Britain's first atom bomb tests in the 1950s.
British ex-servicemen have always claimed that unassembled Spitfires were buried in Burma.
New Delhi, Dec 18 ( ANI ): Describing the twin tasks of improving the pensionary and medical benefits for ex-servicemen as 'subjects of prime concern' and 'as an ongoing process', Defence Minister A.
Returning home; Irish ex-servicemen after the Second World War.
The Equality for Veterans Association (EFVA) has led the campaign to highlight the differences ex-servicemen receive in pensions and to win equality for all war veterans.
Glasgow City Council are backing our calls to find decent civilian jobs for ex-servicemen and women.
May I remind readers of the tens of thousands of ex-servicemen who were taken prisoner of war in May/June 1940 in both France and Belgium.