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 …
On a quieter Saturday for UK Defence News, the papers widely cover the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, with yesterday's flypast which included Typhoons and Hurricanes, receiving strong coverage.
Members of the Armed Forces have been presented with campaign medals this week for their efforts helping to tackle Ebola in West Africa. Here's what happened at the reception and what the recipients had to say.
This morning’s broadcast and newspaper headlines include news of changes to the FCO’s travel advice for Tunisia, and further analysis of the Chancellor’s budget proposals.
Yesterday’s budget saw two very significant pledges by this government on defence. Firstly, the Chancellor announced that defence spending will rise each year until 2020/21.
This morning’s broadcast and newspaper headlines all lead with the Summer Budget. Politicians and business leaders offer their reactions to the measures introduced by the Chancellor yesterday
Today’s news continues to focus on the Chancellor’s summer budget and yesterday’s anniversary of the 7/7 bombings.
Today’s broadcast and print media focus on the Greek financial troubles and the anniversary of the 7/7 bombings.
Julie Siddiqui will join an Iftar reception at the Ministry of Defence this evening to talk about #WalkTogether – an initiative supported by AFMF.
The Army has announced the appointment of its first female Major General (2-Star). In September, Brigadier Susan Ridge will become Major General Susan Ridge, the new Director General Army Legal Services.
The US-led coalition's airstrikes on Raqqa in Syria feature in today's Defence news, as do reports that the militant group ISIL have executed Syrian soldiers in Palmyra.