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60 years after the Largest British Nuclear Test: Medal Recognition Campaign

The BNTVA is campaigning for the UK Government to award a medal to the UK personnel who participated in the Nuclear Testing programme around the world.
Help get the recognition these Veterans deserve for the sacrifices they made for their country.
The British Nuclear Test Veterans Association (BNTVA) is the premier UK Charity representing all people who have worked with or alongside radioactive material for the benefit of this nation.

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11th December – British Atomic Veterans Event

RBLI would like to invite all those who have served in the Armed Forces and are 65 or over to this Kent-based event in Capel Morris Centre. In recognition of where the Aged Veterans fund originates from we are honoured to have the national Chairman of British Nuclear Test Veterans Association to give a talk on the Christmas Island nuclear bomb tests in 1950’s and 60’s and on their on-going support to the Veterans who were affected by the tests.

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BNTVA 2018 – Trip to Christmas Island – 60th Anniversary Memorial Commemoration Ceremony

The BNTVA are organising a return to Christmas Island in 2018 for any veteran who would like to return to the Island to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the largest Nuclear bomb that was detonated on the Island on 28th April 1958.

We are asking other military charities to sponsor a veteran or their family to return to the island.
The operation was a tri-force operation, with Army, Navy and RAF personnel involved. The return will include a dedication of a new memorial on the island to the veterans who gave so much to ensure that the UK was a Nuclear power.

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