You Country (Still) Needs You

That most iconic of war posters “Your Country Needs You” appeared on the front cover of Times 2 last week, discussing contemporary recruitment to the Army: “Recruitment costs in 2007-08 were £95.1 million, an increase of nearly £30 million in six years. National marketing and advertising accounts for 27 per cent of this and the army regards this area as the way forward, although it potentially means contracting more of its business to the private Continue Reading →