Of Defence interest in today’s news is an interview with the head of the Army on winning the prestigious Business in the Community Gender Champion Award.
Today's defence news includes a Taliban attack on an Afghan Army base and a Sunday Times feature on women in close combat. Mazar-e Sharif Taliban Attack There is further coverage of the Taliban attack on an Afghan Army base in Mazar-e …
Defence news today includes Royal Navy frigate HMS Sutherland escorting two Russian warships near the UK coastline, and news that £22.7m of LIBOR funding has been awarded to support older veterans.
Today's defence related news includes Sir Michael Fallon's reaction to the US Syrian missile strikes and the Defence's Secretary's visit to Wales yesterday. US Syrian air strikes The Defence Secretary appeared on Good Morning Britain, BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio 4 Today …
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.
A variety of stories feature in today’s media, including the Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon on the Andrew Marr show, UK troop deployments to Eastern Europe, and the RAF's 99th birthday.
Broadcast news this morning includes further updates on the attack on Westminster, as police say they believe Khalid Masood acted alone. There is also further reporting of the situation in Mosul, E-Bluey and Royal Navy submarines.
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.