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However we met on [email protected] before it became and when it was free.We talked everyday for three hours on the phone and it was eight months before I actually came here to Fayetteville , North Carolina to meet him in person.Recently though, I started to think about how hard relationships can be for service members and veterans.So naturally, I took to Google to see if there was an online service for military dating. So I’m a total novice when it comes to dating online, really dating at all. But I deleted them after about a week, because I could never bring myself to actually go on dates with anyone who swiped right.Rank: Major Age: 35 Regiment: 4 Rifles From: Dorset Favourite film: Out of Africa Favourite pastime: Game shooting, sailing and eating ice cream in Provencal village squares Hero: Richard Sharpe of the 95th Favourite building: Salisbury Cathedral Favourite place in the UK: My study, or Stourhead garden Experience of Iraq: It has been a roller coaster of exhilaration and fright; dangerous, unrelenting, but rewarding. The pressure on them is enormous; they must stay alert and focused, knowing the danger they face. Rank: Captain Age: 24 Regiment: Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC), physiotherapist From: Wokingham, Berks Favourite film: Dirty Dancing Favourite pastime: Horse riding Hero: My mum and dad, and Jonny Wilkinson Favourite building: Ascot racecourse, the new building, the horses, champagne and nice dresses (and men in suits) Favourite place in the UK: I love riding in the fields overlooking the Thames Experience of Iraq: Amazing.Mentally and emotionally challenging, as you see first hand the number of injuries sustained and what the soldiers have to endure.
Everyone is supportive and encouraging, making the most of a difficult situation. Rank: 2nd Lieutenant Age: 24 Regiment: 2 Rifles From: Monmouthshire Favourite film: Goldfinger Favourite pastime: Playing in the sea - either attempting to surf or attempting to kitesurf Favourite building: Craif-y-Dorth House, Monmouthshire Favourite place in the UK: Pembrokeshire Experience of Iraq: There have been some scary moments, but I have learnt so much here."For most of us it's difficult to imagine what life must be like for the soldiers representing our country in some of the most inhospitable conditions in the world," says the magazine, "so we have asked young officers from some of the British Army's finest regiments to tell us about their experiences in Iraq and about themselves."They're all unmarried, and, although some may have an 'other half', like anyone on tough operations they do welcome post and contact with the outside world."Rupert Uloth, the magazine's features editor, himself a former officer, said: "These are all young single people. Some of them have got girlfriends, so it's a bit tongue in cheek, but who knows what might come out of it." Rank: Lieutnant Age: 25 Regiment: King's Royal Hussars From: Newmarket, Suffolk Favourite film: Last of the Mohicans Pastime: Stalking, polo Hero: Richard Meinertzaggen (soldier, explorer and hunter) Favourite building: The Carts Bog Inn (in Northumberland) Favourite place in the UK: Cornwall and west of Scotland Experience of Iraq: The heat distracts from the threat, but we are all too often reminded of it.