The Military Covenant or Armed Forces Covenant is a term introduced in 2000 into British public life to refer to the mutual obligations between the United Kingdom and His Majesty's Armed Forces. According to The Guardian, "it is an informal understanding, rather than a legally enforceable deal, … See more
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Armed Forces Covenant. The Military Covenant or Armed Forces Covenant is a term introduced in 2000 into British public life to refer to the mutual obligations between the nation and its Armed Forces.What is our relationship with the Armed Forces and veterans?
We value the unique relationship we have with both serving members of the Armed Forces and veterans and recognise the contribution that serving personnel, reservists and military families bring to our businesses. In 2013, we were the first Defence Company to sign the UK Armed Forces Covenant.What is a covenant in the UK?
Although the term "covenant" implies some form of legal guarantee or contract, there is in fact no basis in UK law, custom or history for such covenant.
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