Video. When soldiers leave the army, it is often difficult for them to adjust to their new life. But it can also be a tricky time for their partners, some of whom will have put their own careers on hold because of constant re-deployment around the world.
Now a Kent based charity has been given a grant of £250,000 to give careers advice and training to soldiers' spouses. David Johns reports.
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