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.
MOD News Team
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.
A variety of Defence stories feature in today’s news, including a Royal Navy rescue and flexible working for the Armed Forces.
Today’s defence related coverage is dominated by the Defence Secretary’s announcement that IHAT will close by the summer.
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. …
Defence news today includes Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon's interview in The Herald and follow-up reports on Navy warships.
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Defence Secretary’s speech on cyber threats and the news that Phil Shiner has been struck off for misconduct.
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Defence Secretary’s statement to Parliament yesterday and his call with US Defense Secretary James Mattis.
Today’s defence media includes continued coverage of Trident, and Army capability.
Today’s defence related media coverage includes today’s announcement from the Defence Secretary of new UK military training in Ukraine.