Defence news today includes further coverage of HMS Ocean's return to the UK after six months on operations, and reporting on the situation in Mosul.
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 news includes an interview with General Rupert Jones and a trial of a British Army veteran who served in Northern Ireland. General Rupert Jones Interview The Daily Express and The Sun report Coalition deputy commander Major General Rupert Jones’ comments that …
Defence news today includes further focus on the case of Sergeant Alexander Blackman, as well as reporting on the Defence Secretary's announcement of a better deal for taxpayers, with the lowering of the rate for single source contracts.
Defence news today includes Scots soldiers in Kenya, Gurhkas presented with medals, and the appeal of Sergeant Alexander Blackman.
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of yesterday’s unveiling of the Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial by Her Majesty The Queen, and the naming of HMS Forth.
The unveiling of the Iraq and Afghanistan Memorial by Her Majesty the Queen leads Defence news today.
Top defence stories today include the presentation of ceremonial leeks by Her Majesty The Queen to mark St David’s Day, the judgement of the Court Martial into an RAF pilot who caused a Voyager aircraft to nosedive more than 4,000ft …
Of note for Defence news today is Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon's visit to Scotland, and reporting that the British Army's bomb disposal experts have dealt with an unexploded Second World War bomb in London.