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
The Army Warfighting Experiment 21 (AWE) is transforming the way soldiers train by incorporating, and experimenting with, cutting edge technology in order to meet the emerging and complex threats thrown up by the digital world.
The British Army of the future will rely on a symbiotic relationship between people and technology, its head of personnel announced at the Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEI) today.
The British Army must be ready “to fight war at its most feral” as it goes through what could be “the most significant transformation” since motorised vehicles replaced horses in the 1930s, according to the Chief of the General Staff.
Yesterday the British Army announced that it will integrate robotics and autonomous systems to equip soldiers with a competitive edge in the fast-changing digital world.
Army battlefields of today might not look like something out of a Star Wars movie yet, but a new initiative called Mercury is likely to see them bear more than a passing resemblance to one by 2035.
General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith, talks at the Defence Security Equipment International 2021.
The annual pan-Royal Corps of Signals Lanyard Trophy made a triumphant return in Otterburn, Northumberland after being cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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.