In today's news of interest for defence the Sunday Telegraph reports that the Prime Minister has called for ground combat roles to be opened up to women, while the Sunday Times leads on a proposed review of police gun use following the …
Last week, five UK Armed Forces personnel travelled to Mecca to perform Hajj. Major Mohammed was one of those personnel and shares his experiences of Hajj, returning to work and life in the Armed Forces. There were five …
As part of the Ministry of Defence's 'Black History Month' campaign, RAF veteran Sam King - originally from West Indies - spoke about his experiences coming over from Jamaica to fight for the UK in World War II. Sam King …
Today’s headlines include news that ISIL militants have destroyed Palmyra's ancient temple of Baalshamin and further reporting on Defence spending.
The UK Government will be forever grateful for the vital support that our locally employed Afghan civilians provided to the UK and NATO allied troops. Some of them made the ultimate sacrifice, while on operations alongside our forces.
All broadcasts today lead with the Victory over Japan Day anniversary with it widely reported that the Queen has lead the nation in marking the 70th anniversary celebrations.
The MOD has announced that Right Management Ltd has been awarded the Career Transition Partnership (CTP) contract, worth up to £100 million.
Yesterday was the first Reserves Day and the response to the campaign has been outstanding.
The Defence Secretary Michael Fallon was the main political guest on BBC’s Andrew Marr show today.
There has been continued coverage of the submariner who published criticism of Britain’s nuclear deterrent. The Royal Navy would like to reiterate that we take the operation of our submarines and the safety of our personnel extremely seriously.