A variety of stories feature in today’s media, including the Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon on the Andrew Marr show, UK troop deployments to Eastern Europe, and the RAF's 99th birthday.
Today’s defence in media includes coverage of NATO and the meeting that happened yesterday between Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon and US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, and a report in the papers of a shortfall in the Defence budget.
Today’s defence news includes the ongoing fight against Daesh in Mosul and continuing coverage of the reopening of the National Army Museum.
Today's defence news includes the resentencing of Alexander Blackman, the publication of the Armed Forces' pay review and the reopening of the National Army Museum. Alexander Blackman There is widespread coverage of Alexander Blackman's sentence being reduced and that his …
Today’s defence related news includes the announcement that four RAF Typhoon jets will be deployed to Romania from May as part of our Southern Air Policing Mission.
Defence news today includes the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers, F35 training, Exercise Joint Warrior, and continued reporting on the situation in Mosul.
Broadcast news this morning includes further updates on the attack on Westminster, as police say they believe Khalid Masood acted alone. There is also further reporting of the situation in Mosul, E-Bluey and Royal Navy submarines.
Defence news today includes further coverage of HMS Ocean's return to the UK after six months on operations, and reporting on the situation in Mosul.
While media has continued to be dominated by the terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday, there was widespread coverage of news that the Taliban have retaken Sangin in Afghanistan.
Today’s defence blog includes coverage of yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.