Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt's speech this morning where she outlined the MOD’s ambitious space programme.
Today's news includes reports on ISIL, HMS Richmond, the Ebola operation homecoming parade and the Marine A campaign.
The Naval Service conducted a comprehensive internal review following the Court Martial of Alexander Blackman for the murder of an unknown captured person in Afghanistan.
Sky News, BBC News and the Today Programme all report that HMS Richmond will be offered to the EU mission to tackle people smugglers at their source.
RAF veteran William Clark finally received his World War II medals today, 15 September, on his 95th birthday - and on the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
A variety of Defence stories are covered by the broadcast and print media, including previews of today’s service at St Paul’s Cathedral and fly past, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
This morning’s broadcast news includes an interview on Radio 4’s Today programme with General John Allen, special presidential envoy for the US-led coalition fighting ISIL. He says that ISIL has to be defeated and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "had to go".
On a day when broadcast and print media continue to be dominated by Jeremy Corbyn’s election as leader of the Labour party, the papers report on the fight against ISIL and defence procurement.
In today's defence-related news there's further reporting on calls for a review of the conviction of Sgt Alexander Blackman, comment about air strikes in Syria and imagery from a RAF Typhoon interception.
Of note for UK Defence news this morning, the Daily Mail splashes on the ‘Marine A’ case as a new campaign is launched to get the authorities to reconsider the sentence of Sgt Alexander Blackman
Today's broadcast and print news includes the Government's fight against ISIL, Defence spending and Afghan Interpreters.