Combined Armed Forces Federation UK


The Federation has completed its Researched Report into the failure by this Government to recognise and pay the Occupational Pensions and Gratuities for the accrued years of service due to members of the Armed Forces serving prior to 1975. This is the only such Report in existence.

The Federation has established the total cost to the Government to satisfy the above, and has circulated its full Report to all Members of Parliament. It is most important therefore, that all ex members of the Armed Forces serving prior to 1975, including any present day widows of service personnel, are registered with the Federation to ensure inclusion in any settlement. Additionally, representations have been placed before the Prime Minister, and his Government, calling on him to address this injustice immediately.

Meanwhile our case is before London solicitors, experienced in the field of challenging HM Government over injustices relating to the Armed Forces. They are currently seeking further guidance from our Secretary General (December 2015) If you wish to register your accrued years of service towards an Occupational Pension, and Gratuity to be taken into account, please forward your details via the "Membership" section of this website. The Combined Armed Forces Federation UK (CAFF UK) is now the only organisation seeking reparations on behalf of pre-1975 leavers - your support and the support given by current members, on your behalf, is greatly appreciated


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AFPAA Pensions Division Mail Point 480, Kentigern House, 65 Brown Street, Glasgow, G2 8EX
Tel: 0141 224 3600 (enquiry Service)
E-mail -
The Pensions Division deals with the award of pensions for the three services.
MOD Armed Forces Pension Information Armed and Reserve Forces Pension Information (MOD web site) Link to MOD web site with information and booklets relating to Armed and Reserve Forces Pension Schemes.
The ARmy Rumour SErvice  Web Site
British Veterens recognition card  Web Site
Combat Stress  Web Site The COMBAT STRESS SOCIETY specialises in helping those of all ranks of the Armed Forces and the Merchant Navy suffering from psychological disability as a result of their service. 
COBSEO Web Site The Confederation Of British Service and Ex-Service Organisations(COBSEO) is an organisation established to represent, promote and further the interests of Service and ex-Service men and women of all ranks and their spouses and dependants by all practical, legal and proper means: 
Don Touhig
Under-Secretary of State for Defence and Minister for Veterans Don Tuhig's Web Site
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Defence and Minister for Veterans
MOD Floor 5 Zone B Main Bulding
London SW1A 2HB
Forces Pension Society Click here to go to the Forces Pension Society Web Site Forces Pension Society  
Forces Reunited Click here to visit the ForcesReunited web site Register for free to find your lost forces' friends anytime before 5/8/2005. Join the largest UK database of forces' personnel on the web, with over 200,000 members!
Quote ref: 447801 or call: 08707 484 137
Mesothelioma Resource Online Click here to visit the Mesothelioma Resource Online web site An excellent resource to learn about Asbestos in the military and the various treatments available. Recommended 
National Ex-Servicemens Association Click here to visit National Ex-Servicemens Association web site National Ex-Servicemens News 
Naval Personal Family Service (NPFS)/Royal Marines (RM) Welfare Click here to visit the NPFS and RM Welfare website NPFS/RM Welfare offers help to Royal Navy(RN) and RM personnel and their families in personal difficulty, especially those which arise as part of Service life. The services it provides include advice, counselling, support (practical or emotional) and representation. News 
(The) Officers’ Association Click here to visit the Officers' Association web site website Supporting Officers, retired Officers and their families seeking Employment, Advice, Assistance and Accommodation. 
Paymaster Ltd
(Pension Payments)
Sutherland House, Russell Way, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 1UH
Tel: 01293 560999
E-mail -
Paymaster Limited is responsible for making your pension payments.
Royal British Legion  Web Site
Royal National Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing  Web Site This RNID web site includes the UK's biggest online shop for deaf and hard of hearing people. Their innovative "Find your solutions online!" section helps you choose products with expert opinions, customer reviews and questions and answers.
click here for a RNID fact sheet Click the printer icon to view or print the RNID Fact Sheet as a WORD document'.

Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity(RNRMC)

For membership and general enquieries contact

The General Secretary RNRMC,
Fleet Headquarters,
MP 1-3,
Leach Building,
Whale Island,
Portsmouth PO2 8BY.

Reg. Charity No: 1117794

Objectives include:-
  • providing benevolence to Beneficiaries and their Families and Dependants in need;
  • assisting with and contributing to the education and training of children of Beneficiaries:and
  • promoting the efficiency of the Naval Service and the Auxiliaries by enhancing morale, improving recruitment and retention, and providing relief and encouragement, to the men and women who are serving in the Naval Service or the Auxiliaries.
Soldiers Sailors Airman and Families Association - Forces Help (SSAFA)  Web Site
SERVICEPALS.COM - UK Armed Forces Friend Finder  Web Site
Veterans UK (MOD)  Web Site MOD Agency aiming to deliver services to war disablement pensioners , war widow(er)s, their dependants and carers and other veterans. 
Support Organisations for Service Personnel




BPiA BPiA Web Site British Pensions in Australia inc (BPiA) Web Site BPiA is a fast growing non-profit national association of nearly 8500 UK pensioner volunteers incorporated in NSW partnered with more than 25,000 expats from Canadian and Southern African pensioner associations.
Our aim and mission is to achieve an improved (indexed) UK pension income for all recipients of the UK state pension especially those expats who have worked in the UK and paid into the UK's National Insurance system before retiring in Australia. Our legal fight, funded from our small annual subs, is now in the European Court of Human Rights.


The National service (RAF) Association
No 11 School of Recruit Training site
The Airfield Construction Branch of the RAF
FAX Your M.P.
Bond Pearce LLP - A firm of solicitors that deal with many Armed Forces personal injury claims
FreeClaim IDC - Injured at Work? You may be entitled to click here
UCATT web site - IDC - Includes Health and Safety information such as claims for for Asbestos related diseases.


Free professional advice related to the financial and legal issues, including Military Law in the Armed Forces, is available to members of CAFFUK. Legal representation may also be available.




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