Defence news today includes further reporting about the Royal Navy’s new offshore patrol vessels. Offshore patrol vessels There is continued coverage in today's print about the Royal Navy's new fleet of offshore patrol vessels, including in the Daily Mail and The Sun, reporting that …
Defence news today continues the focus Defence Secretary’s first keynote speech, HMS Trenchant’s breaking through one metre-thick ice and allegations that soldiers from the Household Cavalry were involved in taking drugs. Defence Secretary’s first key note speech The Defence Secretary …
Defence news today includes the Royal Navy naming HMS Cardiff as it's latest frigate, and the Government's plans to award veterans with bursaries to train as teachers. Troops to teachers The Daily Mail has reported that former service personnel could …
Today's defence related news includes an interview with the Vice Chief of the Defence Staff, the naming of the Royal Navy's newest Type 26 Frigate and severe weather.
Today's defence related news is led by coverage of Minister for Defence, People and Veterans Tobias Ellwood comments he made in the House of Commons Estimated Day debate.
Today’s defence-related news is led by coverage of an Iraq Fatality Investigation and the Royal Navy monitoring Russian ships in the English Channel.
Today’s defence-related news includes coverage of the military recruitment systems.
Today’s defence-related news includes coverage of potential false allegations against UK troops in Iraq, HMS Sutherland, the Counter-Daesh meeting in Rome, and an insight into UK troops conducting cold weather training in Estonia.
Today's defence news includes continued coverage of the House of Common's Defence Committee report into the future of the Royal Marines and the competition for the Army's new Mechanised Infantry Vehicle.
Today's media features speculation on the outcome of the National Security Capability Review and reports on HMS Cattistock deploying from Portsmouth