§ Mr. Lee
Men serving in the British Army of the Rhine can make representation about welfare matters through their commanding officers. In the case of their families, welfare committees are established in all major garrisons and stations to consider matters of common interest. These committees, which meet regularly, include representatives of the garrison or station staff, service men or their wives and of local welfare agencies.
Any matters which cannot be resolved locally are referred to the next level of command and ultimately to the Ministry of Defence. The system, both for service men and their families, is identical in the United Kingdom and Germany.