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All new entrants from 1 April 2015 will be AFPS 15 members unless they opt out.
From 1 April 2015 service with the Part Time Volunteer Reserve (PTVR) became pensionable too - the added bonus for everybody is that an AFPS 15 member leaving the Regulars and, within 5 years, joining the PTVR or the FTRS is considered to be in continuous service and their AFPS 15 pension continues to build up without them re-qualifying for benefits.
Search and download, for free, digital microfilm copies of the Royal Navy registers of killed and wounded 1854–19–1929 in ADM 104/144–149.
Search indexes to these records for 1915–1929 in ADM 104/140–143.
The records are searchable by name of RAF station/country and not by name of individual.
The indexes to the regimental registers give a name, place, year and regiment.The registers are relatively few in number and mainly date from the 20th century.Browse our catalogue, in record series AIR 82 for registers of baptisms, confirmations, burials, and marriage (including banns) which were kept at various RAF stations in the British Isles and overseas.From 1 April 2015 AFPS 05 was closed to new entrants and all APFS 75, AFPS 05 and RFPS members who were under the age of 48 on that date were transferred to AFPS 15.
These individuals have protected rights in their ‘old’ scheme and are building up rights in AFPS 15.Most records of births in the armed forces are held by the General Register Office.