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 coverage of the Prime Minister’s meeting with President Donald Trump, MOD’s equipment plans and RAF Lossiemouth.
As the Service of Remembrance stands silent at the 11th hour this Sunday at the Cenotaph, two people will be shouting as loud as possible. Every year, at the Service of Remembrance in London the two minute’s silence is conducted …
The Battle of the Somme, fought between July and November 1916, was one of the defining events of the First World War. With more than one million casualties on all sides during the 141 days of the battle, virtually every …
The Battle of the Somme, fought between July and November 1916, was one of the defining events of the First World War. The British Army assumed a major role in what was intended to be the main Allied effort on …
Today's Defence news includes the Red Arrows and Afghanistan.
Today's media is dominated by previews and coverage of the Trooping of the Colour ceremony, including a flypast by military aircraft.
A variety of Defence stories feature in today's news, including the RAF's interception of Russian jets, Service Accommodation and Virtus body armour.
A Ministry of Defence civil servant who set up a scheme to help Muslim children and young people into education or their first job has been recognised at The Muslim News Awards 2016.