Protecting the nation by being ready to fight and win wars on land
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
Britain and Sweden’s close military relationship strengthened
Apprentices rise to the challenge in a British Army Bake Off National apprenticeship week for the British Army culminated in a challenge of the chefs.
A former dancer, postman, and student are just some of the people who work in Army Medical Services - the Army’s ‘life support machine’. All decided a career in medicine was for them and their Army and medical training has given them the confidence and knowledge to meet any challenge thrown at them in a range of environments under all manner of conditions. The trio are part of a 500-strong tri-service medical team currently working with the NHS staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) Birmingham.
British Gunners take aim and fire Swedish Archer for the first time.
Troops with a lead role in NATO’s high-readiness land forces have practised their rapid response capability.
Early setbacks no barrier to progression for inspirational Welsh Guardsman
Private Trevaughn Williams is living his best life as a Port Operator with 17 Port and Maritime Regiment.