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 …
Splashing across all of this morning's papers is the news of multiple terror attacks carried out in Tunisia, France and Kuwait, as Islamist fanatics appear to respond to the ISIL's calls for a wave of violence against foreign enemies during Ramadam.
The MOD has announced that Right Management Ltd has been awarded the Career Transition Partnership (CTP) contract, worth up to £100 million.
In the news this morning, EU leaders holding late-night talks in Brussels have agreed to relocate tens of thousands of migrants who have arrived in Italy and Greece.
Yesterday was the first Reserves Day and the response to the campaign has been outstanding.
In a quieter morning for UK Defence news, the broadcast headlines are dominated by news that more offenders than ever are being prosecuted for violence against women and girls, with the level of convictions for these offences also up.
Lesley, an RAF Reservist, is currently on a training exercise in the Ascension Islands: This Reserves Day I'm one of the UK’s Reservists who are serving on operations or training exercises overseas.
Today the MOD and employers across the country are celebrating the huge contribution made by Reservists from all three Services. Secretary of State Michael Fallon thanked Reservists at an event at Admiralty House yesterday. You can read more here.
Reserves Day was also celebrated yesterday at an event hosted by the Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, at Admiralty House in London.
Today Civitas has published a report where it states that rather than depending on large and expensive programmes that provide "standing capability", Britain must develop a research and industrial base
Of note for Defence this morning, there is continued coverage of the issue of Defence spending, and further stories on UK support to the Mediterranean migrant crisis.