London South-East Division provided welfare support to a number of stranded lorry drivers caught up in severe traffic delays on the M20.
Salvation Army personnel in northern Pakistan are providing relief supplies to people who have been affected by the worst flooding in a generation.
Salvation Army teams worked hard in the aftermath of the London bomb explosions on 7 July 2005.
Our emergency response unit attended Millennium Mill in East London when more than 220 emergency service personnel were called out to attend a major air crash incident training exercise hosted by London Fire Brigade.
Volunteers from The Salvation Army have been out in force helping people affected by the floods in the South West and South East of England even as their own homes could be in danger of flooding.
Volunteers from The Salvation Army have been out in force helping people affected by the floods in the South West and South East of England.
Lieutenant-Colonel Anthony Cotterill was part of the Salvation Army’s initial response team at Lockerbie.
Ian Johnston is a retired sales director. He has been the Songster Leader of The Salvation Army band in Carlisle for 38 years.
Colonel Derek Elvin is a retired Salvation Army officer who lives in London. He was the Divisional Commander for South West Scotland at the time of the Lockerbie disaster
Captain Caroline Buchanan is the Commanding Officer at Fraserburgh. She was based in Annan and in her first year of officership at the time of the Lockerbie disaster.