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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by herbert (22 Sep 08 20:39)

The Armed Forces, both active and retired, are historically given more respect and unsolicited bonuses in the United States than in this country. It is most unlikely to happen in this country that discounts would be offered on the basis that one once served or are currently serving in the military or the police and almost certainly American companies have never even thought of widening the offer to other countries for obvious reasons. ... Neil.

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Miller - Answered a Question by herbert (22 Sep 08 14:10)

I would be most surprised. There are so few British cruise lines. SAGA, Fred. Olsen Cruise lines (Norwegian owned but cruise subsidiary registered in the UK)? If you find that some line gives such a discount please share the information.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by herbert (22 Sep 08 15:57)

Carnival was suggested as one company who offered both active and retired military perosnnel discounts, but they are American but own Cunard which was British !!

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Houston - Answered a Question by herbert (17 May 11 11:09)

Special Military Program Princess is pleased to offer a special Military Personnel onboard credit program.* This program is available to active military, retired military and disabled military veterans with proper identification in the following service divisions: British Army, Royal Marines, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force or Reserves. http://www.princess.com/learn/faq_answer/additional_faq/military_program.jsp.

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