Salvation Army teams worked hard in the aftermath of the London bomb explosions on 7 July 2005.
The Salvation Army has been working in the Philippines to help people prepare for the future after the deadliest typhoon in the country’s history hit six months ago.
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.
The Salvation Army is arranging practical assistance after the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga was hit by one of the most powerful storms on record.
Lieutenant-Colonel Anthony Cotterill was part of the Salvation Army’s initial response team at Lockerbie.
Commissioner Mike Parker is the leader of The Salvation Army in Indonesia. He was the Commanding Officer at Carlisle Citadel Corps at the time of Lockerbie and was one of the first Salvation Army officers on the ground.
David and Barbara Kendall were the first Commanding Officers at Lockerbie corps in 1993.
Lieutenant-Colonel Alex Morrice is a retired Salvation Army officer who is currently based in St Albans. He was Edinburgh Divisional Commander at the time of the Lockerbie disaster and remained in Lockerbie for several days in the immediate aftermath of the crash.