Today's defence-related news includes a medical breakthrough by defence scientists and new opportunities for veterans in cyber security.
Today's defence news includes the Defence Secretary in Estonia, a revolutionary method to produce titanium and UK involvement in the Galileo satellite programme.
Defence news today focuses on Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson's keynote speech at Rolls Royce in Bristol, including the announcement that the UK will build a new £48m Chemical Weapons Defence Centre. Defence Secretary speech Ahead of the Defence Secretary's speech …
Today's media includes a pilot who hopes to fly the first F-35 jet off of HMS Queen Elizabeth, a Navy chef on life in the military and new funding for high-tech equipment to investigate future chemical or bio-hazards.
The papers today are dominated by the terror attacks in Brussels as Belgium begins three days of national mourning following the bomb attacks which killed more than 30 people.
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.
Today the Prime Minister announced details of the Ebola medal. We highlight a vital element of the UK military's response that has until now remained out of the spotlight.