A Belfast veteran who lost his family and business due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder considered suicide as a way out – but now helps others recover from the same plight. Robert McCartney, 59, joined the Royal Irish Rangers 1975 as a 16 year old and did several tours of Northern Ireland and other parts…Details
Chairman Robert McCartney will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and World Service on Tuesday morning the 17th June 2018 @ 9.00am. Beyond the Battlefield were invited to speak on Radio BBC 4 at Stormont Grand Hall on Friday the 22nd June. The Reith Lectures by Professor Margaret MacMillan are a series of lectures hosted…Details
Launch of report from Ulster University Coleraine – Exploring the need for a veterans centre in Northern Ireland.
Image: Annemarie Hastings (CEO) & Robert McCartney (Chairman) attending the launch of the latest report from Ulster University Coleraine – Exploring the need for a veterans centre in Northern Ireland. The report studied the need for a dedicated veterans centre in NI from the perspective of veterans and service providers. The data showed a clear…Details
Thanks to Jim Shannon MP for Strangford and his dedication in supporting veterans in NI. Robert McCartney MBACP Chairman and Annemarie Hastings CEO where able to have a meeting in Westminster with the Rt. Hon. Tobias Elwood MP. Beyond the Battlefield have lobbied Government for some five years now in an attempt to gain support…Details