A former Army major told ITV News he feels "betrayed" by the government over the Forces job cuts.
Chris Braithwaite, who left during round two of the Ministry of Defence's four stage cut system, was part of the 28 per cent of officers who were made compulsorily redundant.
After 16 years of service, personnel are entitled to a full military pension.
Mr Braithwaite received a lump sum of £122,000, instead of £344,000 because he was just 87 days short of his 16th year.
It was announced today that 4,480 Army personnel were to be handed redundancy notices in the third round of job cuts.
Some 4,480 military personnel have been made redundant today in the latest round of army job cuts, the Ministry of Defence said.
The Ministry of Defence will set out the number of posts it will cut from the service in order to reduce the size of the Army by a fifth.