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 …
Prominent in the media this morning are reports that four British jihadis are to face global travel bans and asset freezes and the apparent disagreement between President Obama and Vladimir Putin over preferred approaches to the conflict in Syria.
The battle against ivory poaching in Gabon is well under way after a team of British Army soldiers landed to train native park rangers.
Today’s broadcast headlines are dominated by coverage from the Labour Party conference in Brighton, while there is also reporting on the deployment of British troops to Somalia and South Sudan as part of a United Nations peacekeeping mission.
Today's news is dominated by the Labour conference. Broadcasters are leading with the expected vote on Labour's position on the future of the nuclear deterrent.
This morning’s Defence-related news includes BBC Radio 4’s Today programme and BBC News reporting that an RAF sergeant was moved out of a hospital waiting room because staff thought his uniform would "upset" other patients.
Of note for Defence this morning, BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat looks ahead to one year anniversary of the parliamentary vote to take military action against ISIL in Iraq, while BBC Radio 4’s Today programme ran a feature on the effects of the anti-malarial drug mefloquine/ Lariam.
George Cross and Medal holders, who have performed acts of the greatest heroism or displayed the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger, gathered today to mark the 75th anniversary of the medals.
In Defence-related broadcast news, the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme reports that MP Caroline Lucas and Baroness Jones are seeking a judicial review into a UK remotely piloted air system (RPAS) strike in Syria.
The most prominent story on today’s front pages is the European Union agreement reached last night to relocate refugees across member states.
There is continued coverage in today’s newspapers of Lord Ashcroft’s biography of David Cameron, which includes apparent criticisms from former senior military personnel on the Prime Minister’s knowledge of the military and his legacy in Libya.