I've recently flown back from Afghasnistan. I checked in at KAF and placed my luggage in the blue ISO (destined for Brize) as instructed. On arrival at Brize, myself and at few colleagues waited to collect our baggage. After about an hour, nothing materialised. Baggage of 6 Pax was missing. We gave our details and waited for more info. 3 weeks later, I've just receive a letter from Brize stating that there is no trace of my baggage, and therefore I must make a caim off my own insurance. As there was quite a bit of stuff in my laggage that was v important, to my unit. Nothing security related, but relevant to my job. Are the RAF/RLC Movers culpable? Now my career is in question, I must cover the cost of what is missing, (over Â£7K) or go through mil inquiry, which will affect my career (so I've been told), is my CO taking the easy option and hoping I'll pay up out of my own pocket and save the unit more shame? As there has been quite a few thefts recently that are under investigation. Can I claim from the RAF, as it was a mil flight? Do they have insurance for these problems? Also another concern is that my Tom Tom SatNav was in my luggage with my home address in it. Is this a theft by a local? I know I can move but my unit are not taking this seriously, more concerned about the other missing stuff. Question Is - Can I sue the RAF/RLC Movers for any of this? Any help appreciated.