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A pharmacist from South Wales has returned from spending almost four months on the front line in Afghanistan as part of the Army Reserve Medical Service.


More than 800 service personnel, cadets and veterans marched through central Cardiff on Saturday  to end a week of celebrations for Armed Forces Day.


The parade in Cardiff started at the city's castle before heading into the city centre and on to Cooper's Field.


Almost 60 years after it was disbanded, the historic Royal Auxiliary Air Force (RAAF) Squadron has re-launched in Cardiff.


A joint tri-service recruitment event took place at the Welsh Government Buildings, Cathays Park, Cardiff, today.


A number of staff working at the Welsh Government Buildings in Cathays Park Cardiff supported Uniform to Work Day.


Along with a tri-service recruitment event which was held in the building, Reservists from the Army wore their uniforms to their day jobs.


Reservists from across Wales swapped their civilian work clothes for their military uniforms today, for Uniform to Work Day.


A week of celebrations and events for Armed Forces Day in Wales started in Wrexham where thousands gathered in the sunshine to take part in North Wales Armed Forces Day.


A new survey has revealed three quarters of UK reservists are satisfied in the reserve forces, and 82% would recommend joining to others.


This morning Dutch schoolchildren visited the Welsh team hotel ahead of the game between the Netherlands and Wales in Amsterdam.


They met manager Chris Coleman,players Joe Allen, Chris Gunter and Joe Ledley.


The family of a Cardiff Airman has been honoured 70 years after he was killed in action during the Second World War.


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