Helping people is good. Helping heroes is even better. Not superheroes, like Spiderman or Batman, but real heroes, the people who put their lives at risk for Queen and country, both overseas and on home soil: the armed forces.

The charity Help for Heroes was set up in 2007 by Bryn Parry to support wounded or injured members of the armed forces. Since its inception, the charity’s raised a bucket load of money, thanks to various media-driven campaigns.

Perhaps the most notable has been the HFH calendar, which is released with a different theme each year and features a number of Britain's top glamour girls wearing very little. This would usually mean that it would only ever grace the walls of garages, teenagers bedrooms and so on, but because it’s for charity, it’s acceptable for everyone to buy it. Even you.

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This year’s calendar is entitled ‘Hotshots’, which unfortunately, has nothing to do with Charlie Sheen, but does have something to do with Rosie Jones, Holly Peers, Charlotte McKenna and their pals firing big guns, wearing army gear and looking hot. Now that's winning.

If you fancy pre-ordering the latest calendar, head over to www.hotshotscalendar.com and remember, no matter what your wife/girlfriend/significant other says, it’s okay to buy it, because it’s for a good cause.

Here's a sneak peak of what's inside...

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Keep an eye out for upcoming FHM newsletters for information on how you could win a copy of the calendar and the chance to meet the stars of the Hotshots calendar in person at the launch party on the Thames.