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.
If you’re thinking about joining I’d say just go for it – the Army is a fantastic career. LCpl Laura Phillips, Royal Signals
Troops from the Patrols and Sniper Platoons of the 2nd and 3rd Battalions, The Parachute Regiment have been learning to fast-rope from the Wildcat helicopter.
Brig Christopher Coles, Head of Army Personnel Services Group, makes a statement on behalf of the British Army
British Army provides technical and medical support to locals in Kenya during training exercise.
Army Spokesperson Colonel Jim Taylor (HQ Field Army, Training branch) makes a statement on behalf of the Army following the outcome of this Coroner’s Inquest.
An engineer squadron has been revived and celebrated its past on operations in Burma during the Second World War, its present home in Suffolk and its future supporting the British Army’s airborne rapid reaction force.
The British Army is committed to supporting critical NATO assets in Germany, including a combined river crossing capability and facilities to allow for joint training.
Members of two of the world’s most prestigious airborne units have been honing their skills and sharing hard-won knowledge on a support weapons training course.
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
The British Army comprises of 112,000 experienced, committed and highly skilled Regular and Reserve soldiers.