David Beckham and Ray Winstone both dropped into the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham to see injured Service personnel and the medical staff who treat them and show their appreciation for the jobs that they do.
Ray was the one who instigated the visit and invited his friend David to join him.
Celebrities give morale-boost to injured personnel
The soldier was serving in the Lashkar Gah district of Helmand province when he was injured as a result of enemy action on 14 January 2013.
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Soldier from the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment dies from wounds sustained in Afghanistan
To the untrained eye, he is just a rather large, playful puppy. But in a few months, Irish Wolfhound Domhnall will be leading the way as the new regimental mascot for the 1st Battalion Irish Guards
Playful pup newest recruit to Irish Guards
Volunteer workers at a community centre in Somerset have received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for their role supporting the naval families associated with Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton.
Volunteers at Naval Air Station receive Queen’s Award
The largest section of future carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth is now complete and on its way to join the rest of the ship.
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Huge section of HMS Queen Elizabeth leaves shipyard