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Welsh Affairs Committee
The deadline for written submissions is Thursday 4 April 2019 at 5pm
The Welsh Affairs Committee is launching an inquiry examining Wales and the Armed Forces, looking specifically at the impact of Armed Forces reform on the Ministry of Defence estate and personnel in Wales, recruitment in Wales and to Welsh units, and how to encourage historic links between units and Wales.
Evidence given by Stuart Andrew MP, Minister for Defence Procurement, Air Marshal Richard Knighton, Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Military Capability), Major General Ralph Wooddisse, Assistant Chief of the General Staff, and Lieutenant General Richard Nugee, Chief of Defence People, Ministry of Defence.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Welsh Affairs Committee will take evidence from Stuart Andrew MP, Minister for Defence Procurement, and three senior armed forces leaders