Defence news today includes further coverage of the Munich Security Conference, which was attended by Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon.
Defence news today includes reporting on the new Ministry of Defence and Foreign Office joint international defence engagement strategy, the NATO Defence Ministers’ meeting in Brussels, and military mental health.
The defence ministerial at NATO’s HQ in Brussels, where Defence Secretary Michael Fallon met his US counterpart James Mattis face-to-face for the first time, is driving today's defence news.
Today’s defence-related news includes the Better Combat Compensation consultation, UK’s defence spending and the Duchess of Cambridge’s visit to an Air Cadets camp at RAF Wittering
A variety of Defence stories feature in today’s news, including NATO’s defence spending target, the MOD’s compensation scheme, and how Alaskan Malamutes are helping injured Service personnel and veterans.
A variety of Defence stories feature in today’s news, including a Royal Navy rescue and flexible working for the Armed Forces.
Defence news today includes coverage of the rescue of 14 civilian sailors by HMS Dragon, IHAT, UK submarines and a pilot scheme that looks to offer flexible working conditions to military personnel. Royal Navy Rescue The Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Express and The Independent all …
Today’s defence related coverage is dominated by the Defence Secretary’s announcement that IHAT will close by the summer.
Today’s Defence news includes widespread coverage of the Sergeant Blackman appeal.
The launch of RAF Quick Reaction Alert Typhoon aircraft to intercept and escort a civilian airliner to Stansted Airport is widely covered in today’s papers, as is the appeal against his conviction for murder of Royal Marines Sergeant Alexander Blackman. …