Today’s defence related news includes coverage of new armed forces personnel statistics, and the implications of new rules on compensation claims from service personnel.
Yesterday’s unveiling of the Bastion War Memorial features prominently in print media today and several outlets are reporting that the US is spending more than $9m (£5.7m) a day on the war against ISIL.
Today the Prime Minister announced details of the Ebola medal. We highlight a vital element of the UK military's response that has until now remained out of the spotlight.
The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) has announced its list for July's airshow at Fairford, Gloucestershire. Here's what MOD plans to contribute.
The Bastion war memorial will be unveiled today, as the Guardian leads with an interview with two senior Islamists and European support for action against Russia cools.
Sky News claims it has proof that Russian soldiers are fighting in Ukraine, despite Vladimir Putin’s denials, and RAF Typhoon jets intercept two unknown aircraft on a mission over the Baltic Sea.
Defence-related stories in today's newspapers include continued coverage of the military spending debate and suspected traffickers being seized as a result of the latest migrant rescue by HMS Bulwark.
As the Defence Secretary visits the Clyde to cut steel on the Royal Navy’s second Offshore Patrol Vessel, he writes about what these new ships mean for the Navy, Defence, Scotland and the United Kingdom.
The main story of interest today is HMS Bulwark’s involvement in international efforts to rescue a wave of more than 3,000 migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
On the 71st anniversary of D-Day, news of note for Defence is focused on the military spending debate ahead of the G7 summit in Germany, the wait of some veterans for their Legion D’Honneur medal, and the continuing inquest into …
The impact on Defence of the Chancellor’s spending announcement yesterday is carried in several outlets, while the Brecon Beacons inquest and tension in Ukraine feature again.