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Rheinmetall Electronics UK signs Armed Forces Covenant

Posted 7 December 2023

Rheinmetall Electronics UK have pledged their support and commitment to those who serve, or have served in our forces, by signing the Armed Forces Covenant.

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By signing the covenant, Rheinmetall Electronics UK will commit to honour and support the Armed Forces Community and recognise the value that serving personnel, including reservists, veterans and their families contribute to both the company’s business and the country as a whole.  

Rheinmetall Electronics UK will pledge to support those who commit their lives to the Armed Forces by supporting UK service Veterans and those leaving the forces, offering flexible working arrangements to Reservists and offering support to Cadets through insight days and other engagements. By making these pledges, the company is supporting past, present and future members of the UK Armed Forces and demonstrating their commitment to ensuring all, whether Regular or Reserves, are treated with fairness and respect in the local and wider communities.

Richard Streeter, Rheinmetall Electronics UK Managing Director said: “It was a great pleasure to sign the Armed Forces Covenant alongside Captain Andrew Robinson RN Captain of the Base at HMNB Portsmouth. For Rheinmetall Electronics UK, this commitment to the covenant demonstrates our support to current, future and past members of the UK Armed Forces, not only with our products but also with our commitment to the welfare of Service Veterans and Leavers, Cadets and Reservists. We remain ever grateful for their service.”

Rheinmetall Electronics UK have been part of the Rheinmetall Group since 2009.




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