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  • (diff | hist) . . m British Armed Forces‎; 23:38 . . (-5). .Kookiethebird (talk | contribs)(Personnel: I've removed the weird code for the dates in this section as the dates weren't in BrE format plus there is "no equivalent for general use" of that abbreviated date format. See MOS:DATEFORMAT)
  • (diff | hist) . . British Armed Forces‎; 09:44 . . (+8). .Rob984 (talk | contribs)(To avoid the inconsistency, I've changed "the Armed Forces" to "the armed forces", with the exception of titles, eg "Head of the Armed Forces". Before it seemed to vary from one sentence to the next.)
  • (diff | hist) . . British Armed Forces‎; 09:30 . . (+2). .Rob984 (talk | contribs)(Modified lead sentence to clarify the structure of the British Armed Forces (and thus what they actually are). The UK has separate services. In contrast, Canada has one service with three branches.)

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