04/07/2013 09:45 | By Daniel Bettridge, contributor, MSN Him
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The Armed Forces Art Society Annual Exhibition (15 – 20 July)



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The Armed Forces Art Society Annual Exhibition - the Mall Galleries, London (15 – 20 July)

You don’t need us to tell you how important it is to support the boys and girls of our armed forces; but you might need us to nudge you in the right direction when it comes to their artistic exploits. While we are used to seeing our heroes on the frontline, this exhibition pays tribute to their talents behind the scenes. It showcases some of the best work by members of the Armed Forces Art Society, who have a background in the military both in the past and the present.

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