Defence news today includes an update on RAF strikes against Daesh, and reporting on former military personnel who served in Northern Ireland. RAF air strikes The Daily Mirror today updates on air strikes carried about by the RAF against Daesh in Iraq …
Defence news today includes further coverage of the Munich Security Conference, which was attended by Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon.
In defence news this morning, there is reporting that UK Armed Forces personnel will begin operations to help train the Libyan Coastguard today, and of a £131m support contract for RAF Sentinel aircraft that will secure around 160 jobs.
Today's headlines include reporting about the Foreign Affairs Committee's review of the former Prime Minister's actions during the Libya intervention in 2011.
Today’s defence-related news includes coverage of UK support to a Danish-led maritime operation to remove chemical weapons materials from Libya.
Today’s Defence news includes reports that the US has carried out air strikes in Daesh-held positions in the terrorist group’s Libyan stronghold of Sirte yesterday.
Today’s news blog includes coverage of F-35, Libya and a disciplinary case facing a lawyer who has pursued cases against Armed Forces personnel.
Of note for Defence news today includes reporting around the situation in Libya, and the role of Daesh in the conflict. Libya The Sunday Times reports that as many as 20 British jihadists are fighting in Libya with Islamist groups, including Daesh. …
Today’s news of interest for defence includes reports of a First World War submarine reportedly being found off the coast of Sardinia and protected status being given to war graves at the centenary of the Battle of Jutland.
The prescription of anti-malarial drugs to the Armed Forces by the MOD is the top story of Defence interest this morning.