Defence news today includes coverage of Britain's new F-35 aircraft's first overseas deployment, and reporting on the situation around Afghan interpreters.
Today’s defence news takes in the Army’s response to flooding in the north-west of England, along with airstrikes against Daesh and base security.
Making the news today, British Tornado aircraft have again operated over Syria and Iraq after taking off from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus overnight.
Making the headlines in today's Defence news is continued reporting on the migrant situation in Cyprus and further coverage on plans for air strikes in Syria.
The reported news that Tony Blair has apologised for mistakes made in planning for the aftermath of the Iraq war is running highly on broadcast news and in print media. It is also being reported that HMS Richmond will start …
The cyber attack on TalkTalk and Hurricane Patricia dominate this morning’s broadcast headlines while in defence news, today’s newspapers continue to cover the migrant situation at RAF Akrotiri, along with spending and litigation stemming from the UK’s military campaigns overseas.
With continued media interest in the recent arrival of migrants in Cyprus, the latest government statement can be seen here.
Following the media coverage yesterday of migrants landing in Cyprus, see the latest statement from the MOD here.
The BBC this morning are marking the launch of this year’s Poppy Appeal and featured an interview with Sapper Lydon Chatting-Walters who talked about the work undertaken using money raised by poppy sales. There is also extensive coverage across the …
There has been extensive coverage today of the news that a number of boats containing migrants landed on the shore of RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus, and that a US F-18 aircraft has crashed near Lakenheath in Norfolk.