Today’s defence news includes at British soldiers deploying to Sudan and the temporary closure of the Ascension Island Runway British Soldiers to Sudan The Daily Mail reports 300 soldiers will deploy to Sudan as part of a UN Peacekeeping Mission to help stave off …
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Today’s defence news includes Russian comments on NATO, the Royal Navy marking Russian ships in the Channel, the Ascension Island Runway, and Parachute Regiment training.
Today’s defence news includes the Defence Secretary’s visit to India and Royal Marines restructuring.
Today’s defence reporting includes further details on the closure of IHAT, a new £330 million contract in Wales, an interview with the Defence Secretary in the Wall Street Journal and her Majesty The Queen providing a Guidon to the Royal Lancers.
Today’s defence news includes coverage of the Prime Minister’s visit to Jordan, where she will announce plans on better cooperation for countering Daesh, including training for their Armed Forces.
While media has continued to be dominated by the terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday, there was widespread coverage of news that the Taliban have retaken Sangin in Afghanistan.
Today’s defence blog includes coverage of yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.
Today’s defence news includes the naming of Portsmouth Naval Base’s new aircraft carrier jetty and Sergeant Alexander Blackman’s appeal.
Today’s defence related media coverage includes news of British troops arriving in Estonia, as part of NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence.
Defence news today includes Scots soldiers in Kenya, Gurhkas presented with medals, and the appeal of Sergeant Alexander Blackman.