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Army Lives

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A series of programmes that look at family life in the Army.
1: Maggie did not want to marry a soldier. Richard had to ask her five times before she said 'yes'. They still have not resolved their differences. Linda is a captain in the Women's
Royal Army Corps. Her first husband was killed on military duty. Three years later she married another
Army officer. Katrina is exchanging life in a Cambridgeshire village for life on an Army estate in Germany. She has never lived away from home.
Tonight's programme talks to the three women about their expectations of married life in the Forces and features the preparations, the weddings and what happens after the honeymoons are over.
Film editor Steve Holdsworth Producer Marie Thomas
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Editor: Steve Holdsworth
Producer: Marie Thomas

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