Defence news today continues to cover the multi-billion pound contract to supply Qatar with 24 Typhoon aircraft, and also includes the inaugural Armed Forces, Veterans And Emergency Services Brazilian Ju-Jitsu Championships in Aldershot.
A multi-billion pound contract to supply Qatar with 24 Typhoon aircraft dominates today's defence news.
Today's defence-related news includes the Prime Minister's announcement of UK Canadian joint training in Ukraine, an update on the UK's military support in the wake of Hurricane Irma and ahead of Hurricane Maria and the purchase of Typhoon aircraft by …
In today's items of interest for Defence there's reporting on Lance Corporal Richard Jones winning Britain's Got Talent on Saturday.
Today’s papers continue speculative reports about international sea and land missions in Libya and articles reporting that 25,000 jihadis have been killed in air strikes over the 20 months of the campaign against Daesh.
Of note for Defence news today is coverage of Typhoon sales to Kuwait, and reporting on the launch of the UK team competing at the Invictus Games 2016. Typhoon Articles are carried in The Times, Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail following up yesterday’s announcement that Kuwait has become the eighth …
Making the news today, British Tornado aircraft have again operated over Syria and Iraq after taking off from RAF Akrotiri in Cyprus overnight.
There is widespread coverage in the media today of yesterday's VJ Day commemorations, marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War with Japan's surrender to the Allies in the Pacific.
Of note in Defence news this morning, the Times story which reports that selection training for Britain's elite Special Forces will be “softened” under plans to protect recruits from extreme temperatures is picked up widely.
Broadcast headlines report that France is to conduct air, land and sea searches in and around the island of Reunion in the hope of finding more debris which could be linked to MH370.