“He epitomised the indomitable spirit of our wartime generation and was a true inspiration to millions of people worldwide during some of the most challenging of times in recent history, bringing the nation together in celebration of his fundraising efforts.”
Soldiers from the Household Division are are delivering training to the recently formed Cayman Islands Regiment.
Hundreds of soldiers have been undergoing intense training in temperatures as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius in Estonia, as part of the ongoing NATO presence across the Baltics and Poland.
Soldiers from 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment receive thanks from the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Trust, after joining forces with the Trust to help support frontline workers and keep hospital services running.
Joint Military Command Wales (JMC), based at the British Army’s headquarters in Brecon, currently has 365 personnel from across the three Armed Services supporting the NHS in Wales with the fight against coronavirus.
The British Army are leading NATO’s development of the Next Generation Rotorcraft Capability. Project NGRC offers an opportunity for the UK, as the lead nation for the pre-concept phase, to be at the forefront of a major international venture
One of the British Army’s two full-time professional free-fall parachute display teams have just come off spending two weeks on Op ROSE. This is the military’s code word for the operational deployment of troops supporting the Department of Transport in the testing for Covid of all lorry drivers and hauliers bound for continental Europe.
A trio of Army Medics have taken part in a video call with The Duke of Cambridge during which His Royal Highness heard more about the military’s support to the NHS during the pandemic.
Today we can we announce a £180 million sub-contract awarded to Thales Defence to provide a Remote Weapon System for our next generation Boxer armoured vehicle.
Balancing the need to maintain readiness for global operations and the risk of coronavirus has led to “a more focused and disciplined” approach to training for Colchester’s paratroopers.
Last week 104 Logistic Support Brigade took the opportunity of a visit by U.S General Christopher Cavoli, Commanding General U.S. Army Europe and Africa, to showcase some of the exciting exploration they have been undertaking in the realms of Virtual Reality.
The UK has donated 100 Armoured Patrol Vehicles to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) to tackle the threat from terrorism on its border with Syria, which is frequently used by violent extremists and smugglers
Upcoming events & displays
Army Film and Photographic Competition 2020
Are you a professional or amateur photographer with a keen eye for amazing imagery or a budding Steven Spielberg looking at capturing the next British Army’s viral video? Well, this is the competition for you!
London and Windsor
26 June 2021
6 - 28 August 2021
14 November 2021
In this month’s issue:
In the blood: The science set to revolutionise battlefield medicine
En route to Estonia: Battlegroups gear up for handover
Period pains: Army campaign tackles stigma around menstruation
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It can be hard to keep pace with the amount of change going on and with everything the Army is doing around the world. ‘In Front’ together with the Army Core Script enables the Army to speak with a more unified voice and ensures that serving personnel and the wider Army community are informed of current activity and the latest developments.
BAR 179 - Winter 2021
Welcome to BAR 179 Winter 2021. This latest edition of British Army Review has a wide variety of themes, ideas and articles to suit most readers.