I dont know if people are aware of this but having just returned from Florida on leave I found out that if you go to Sea World, Bush Gardens or Aquatica (Water park) you and up to 4 dependents not only get in for free with your MOD 90, but have your own queue with four kiosks and a MASSIVE sign saying 'Reserved for our Heroes'. Everyone else joins the long queus in the heat and look at you in envy. If you go onto there website first you click on ticket sales and then concessions, there is a bit that says about free entry for the military. I went there about three days ago and asked, rather sheepishly, if it applied to British army and not just septics. I got a warm welcome along with the wife and kids and my ticket had 'Hero...' followed by my name on it, the kids had 'Child of hero....' written on theirs. When we went in to see the Killer Whale show in Sea World the bloke at the start announced that everyone owes their freedom to the US and British Military. He didn't mention any other countries like Canada for example. He then asked anyone serving in the US or British Military past or present to stand up which was followed by THOUSANDS of whooping, applauding yanks with plenty of high fives all round. It's definately worth a visit, I know none of us joined up expecting thanks but its a shame that the only time you get gratitude by the civpop for being in the army is thousands of miles away from your own country.