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.
The Salvation Army has been invited to participate in and support the humanitarian effort in Jordan. Officials from The Salvation Army's International Headquarters in London, UK, are actively working in partnership with other non-governmental organisation representatives and a Salvation Army team is soon to depart for the region.
A humanitarian support centre has been set up in Aberdeen for people who have been affected by the tragedy.
As we celebrate reaching a milestone of 10,000 Likes on Facebook, here are 10 interesting facts which include the number 10,000 and The Salvation Army - both at home and across the world.
The Salvation Army is supporting more than 100 firefighters who are battling a large blaze in a library and museum in Elephant and Castle, London.
The Salvation Army, being part of the community, has provided food and support to the people of Newtown, Connecticut, USA, after 26 people – including 20 children – lost their lives in a gun attack at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
The Salvation Army’s London Central Emergency Response team were called to assist the London Fire Brigade as they responded to a blaze at a sweet warehouse in Bow, East London, on Saturday 8 December.
The Salvation Army has been supporting flood relief efforts in Malton, North Yorkshire.