Today's defence-related news includes coverage of an F-35 cockpit demonstrator event in London. F-35 Cockpit Demonstrator BBC Breakfast reported from the F-35 cockpit demonstrator in London, talking to Squadron Leader Andy Edgell and Lockheed Martin's CEO. The report included historic …
We are ensuring that our Armed Forces and security services can keep this country safe at home and our interests secure abroad, writes Defence Minister Earl Howe in The House magazine.
Today’s defence news continues to be dominated by coverage of the Russian plane disaster in Egypt, including comments made by the Defence Secretary on the potential implications for counter-ISIL airstrikes.
The Queen today visited Defence Business Services (DBS) and the Headquarters of NATO’s Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (HQ ARRC) at Imjin Barracks, Gloucester.
Today’s headlines are dominated by the news that the Government has suspended flights between the UK and Egypt’s Sharm el-Sheikh resort
Making the headlines in today's Defence news is continued reporting on the migrant situation in Cyprus and further coverage on plans for air strikes in Syria.
14 of the 115 migrants being held in a transit facility on a military base in Cyprus have now been moved into accommodation in Cyprus. Read the latest statement below.
Today’s broadcast headlines include reports that Downing Street is shelving its plans for a House of Commons vote to authorise British air strikes against ISIL in Syria.
Today's defence-related news includes stories on Syria, Walking With the Wounded and Prince Harry, and Bahrain.
Today's defence-related news includes reports on Syria, new aircraft procurement and a new benefit for families of serving personnel.
Of note for Defence in the media today are the issues of Asbestosis, initiation ceremonies and the US announcement to send special operations forces to fight on the ground in Syria.