Of note for Defence today is news from the Defence Secretary that two million people have been freed from Daesh in 2016.
Defence news today includes flooding preparation assistance, Northern Ireland, progress in Mosul, and missing airman Corrie McKeague. Armed Forces Assist in Flooding Preparations Many newspapers, including The Sun and the Daily Mirror, report that the Ministry of Defence sent troops to assist in flooding preparations. …
Today's Defence stories include a look ahead to the milestones for the Royal Navy in 2017, and reporting on the threat from Daesh.
Today’s Defence News includes supportive messages to our Service personnel, many of whom will be serving abroad this Christmas
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 …
A variety of Defence stories are featured in today's news, including civil service and armed forces pay, and the armed forces use of fitness apps.
A variety of Defence stories are covered in today’s media, including a compensation payments, and a new Deepcut inquest.
In Defence-related news, The Times front page includes a small report that Al-Qaeda has been gathering its strength
Today’s defence-related coverage leads with news of yesterday’s announcement that thousands of hectares of MOD land are being released for new homes to be built.
Today’s defence-related news includes coverage of UK support to a Danish-led maritime operation to remove chemical weapons materials from Libya.