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The BMA armed forces committee represents the interests of all BMA member doctors in the armed forces.
AFC aims to ensure that medical officers serving in the armed forces are not disadvantaged compared to their civilian and military counterparts.
The AFC works on a number of issues affecting doctors in the armed forces. Read about what we have been working on and guidance we have produced.
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