Today’s defence media looks at the D-Day memorial, the Iraq Afghanistan memorial and healthcare provisions for service personnel.
Top defence stories today include the presentation of ceremonial leeks by Her Majesty The Queen to mark St David’s Day, the judgement of the Court Martial into an RAF pilot who caused a Voyager aircraft to nosedive more than 4,000ft …
Of note for Defence news today is Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon's visit to Scotland, and reporting that the British Army's bomb disposal experts have dealt with an unexploded Second World War bomb in London.
Today’s defence news includes an interview with Deputy Commander of the counter-Daesh Operation Inherent Resolve, Major General Rupert Jones; the MOD’s Russian expertise; European Defence; and missing airman Corrie McKeague.
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the campaign against Daesh and a new tech campus to be built on former MOD land.
Defence-related news today includes the formation of a new defence innovation panel and the development of unmanned vehicles, the investigation into the Smolensk air disaster and RAF uniforms.
A variety of Defence stories are covered in the media today, including follow up on Type 26, ration packs, and the A400M in New Zealand.
Top defence stories today include continued coverage of operations in western Mosul, where the RAF are providing close air support to Iraqi Security Forces; the announcement of an £8million investment in unmanned air systems; criticism of the Royal Navy’s Type …
Defence-related news today includes a £1.7bn upgrade to Scottish bases, British troops in Estonia, and the death of Royal Marine Owen Wilson.
Defence news today includes reporting about the RAF striking British jihadists fighting for Daesh. RAF strikes On its front page the Daily Mail reports that RAF pilots have been taking out British jihadists plotting UK terror attacks from bases in Syria and Iraq. An MOD …