Have your say on how the Government supports our Service personnel. Service personnel and their families are being asked their views on how the Government provides healthcare, childcare, housing and other services to the current and former Armed Forces. In November, the Defence Secretary announced the launch of a cross-Government Service Personnel Command Paper to review the level of support given to serving personnel, their families and Veterans and to publish a coordinated strategy to improve that support. This will be the first ever cross-Government strategy for supporting Service personnel, families and Veterans â covering all areas of support including accommodation, medical care, education, the transition to civilian life and veterans' welfare. This cross-government review is led by MOD and is consulting closely with a wide variety of other Government Departments, as well as with the Charitable Sector and Service families' federations. It is also consulting directly with Service personnel themselves. The Service Personnel Command Paper team are keen to hear about the issues that are currently affecting you as a member of the armed forces, serving, reservist or veteran, or a family member (be it, parent, partner, spouse or child). In particular the team are keen to hear of your experiences of the delivery of services such as health, housing, childcare and education. If you would like to make a contribution to the Command Paper consultation, please send them electronically via: http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/ContactUs/OtherContactForms/ServicePersonnelCommandPaper.htm or via post to: Service Personnel Command Paper Zone M 7th Floor MOD Main Building Whitehall London SW1A 2HB Further information can be found here. This information was posted by the Ministry of Defence. You can find a copy here.