An Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team call out to Kingston University features in today's media as they assisted the Metropolitan Police after a suspect Second World War bomb was found in a nearby building.
Today’s defence-related news includes reporting on the Warrior armoured vehicle upgrade. Warrior Upgrade The Times has highlighted issues with the upgrade programme, referencing a letter from the Ministry of Defence's Permanent Secretary to the Public Accounts Committee that specifies delays …
Today’s defence news includes continuing coverage of Army fitness testing.
Today’s media reports on Defence Minister Stuart Andrew's announcement at a world-leading Army equipment event yesterday, where he outlined that a programme to supply the British Army with a new fleet of eight-wheeled armoured vehicles has taken a major step forward.
Today’s defence news focuses on the Australian government’s decision to order nine Type 26 frigates from BAE systems and the ongoing work of the Army in support of Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service. Australian government award £20 billion contract …
Today's defence news features coverage of the Galileo satellite project, comments by the Chairman of the Defence Police Federation, and President Trump urging the UK to contribute more to NATO.
Today's news is dominated by yesterday's Royal wedding, with all of today's newspaper front pages featuring images of the Duke of Sussex in the uniform of his former Regiment, the Blues & Royals. Also reported today is news that the …
Today's defence news includes coverage of the new Armed Forces (Flexible Working) Act 2018 and continued coverage on the mental health offered to military personnel.
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Winter Olympics and defence budget.
Today's Defence news includes coverage of the UK air campaign to defeat Daesh in Iraq and Syria, Remembrance, a Russian Open Skies flight over the UK and Army recruitment.