To protect the nation, we step forward and meet every challenge
The British Army protects the United Kingdom’s interests at home and abroad, providing a safe and secure environment in which all British citizens can live and prosper.
Life in the Army
If you’re thinking about joining I’d say just go for it – the Army is a fantastic career. LCpl Laura Phillips, Royal Signals
Soldiers from C Squadron, 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards have been training in underground tunnels to perfect their clearance and combat skills in a subterranean setting.
The Army in Scotland has been busy supporting HM The Queen and the Royal Family during Royal Week in Scotland. Her Majesty attend the Ceremony of the Keys at Holyrood Palace as well as an Act of Loyalty by the Armed Forces. She also met a large number of people from across Scotland at a Garden Party.
Captain McClain Carter and Sergeant Chris Tierney are marching in the Army contingent of Pride in London this weekend. In their own words, they explain their experiences of being LGBT officers and soldiers respectively in the Army.
With Pride in London taking place on 2nd July this year, we've spoken to some members of the British Army LGBT+ Network about their experiences as LGBT soldiers and officers in the Army.
Members of the British Army’s LGBT+ community have opened up about life in the military, as part of former soldier and double Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes’s documentary about her life and coming out as a gay woman
British Army marches to celebrate half a century of Pride in London
Whilst most people switch off their computer at the end of the day, Combat Medical Technician Jonah Jupp switches it on.
Britain Takes Lead Role In Enhanced Forward Presence
The Army is currently deployed in over 80 countries around the world. Deployments vary in strength from single military advisors to full operational deployments.Baltics
Our Serving Troops
The British Army comprises of 112,000 experienced, committed and highly skilled Regular and Reserve soldiers.