Over the coming weeks, The Second Battalion, The Royal Anglian Regiment, “The Poachers” will partake in a rigorous military exercise south-west of Alexandria, Egypt.
HRH The Duke of Cambridge, accompanied by The Duchess of Cambridge, attended the 1st Battalion Irish Guards’ St. Patrick's Day Parade.
After a month of working round the clock to produce sparkling ceremonial uniforms troopers of the Household Cavalry mounted their immaculate horses to compete in the famous Richmond Cup.
Army engineering was centre stage for thousands of young visitors to the Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair at the NEC, Birmingham.
The 3rd Battalion Royal Gurkha Rifles will be established as a Specialised Infantry Battalion and will begin recruiting in 2019.
This morning F Company Scots Guards provided a Guard of Honour on Horse Guards Parade for the Chief of Defence Staff for India, Admiral Sunil Lanba, who is visiting the Ministry of Defence as a guest of the British Chief of the Defence Staff, General Sir Nick Carter.
Army Physical Training Instructors have experienced the new Role Fitness Test (Soldier) for the first time.
The British Army is currently demonstrating its expeditionary capabilities on Exercise Khanjar Oman 19.
Exercise Redcap Pegasus has seen 156 Provost Company, 4th Regiment Royal Military Police training on the windswept STANTA Ranges in Norfolk to be ready to provide military policing support to 16 Air Assault Brigade, the British Army’s Rapid Reaction Rorce.
Armed Forces Minister Mark Lancaster has announced an increased support package for 22,000 Gurkha veterans and their families.
The deployment sees 1st Battalion The Rifles and 1st Battalion The Royal Irish operating together for the first time since World War Two.
The British Army has collaborated with Butterfly Books, the publishing house set up by award winning chartered electrical engineer Kerrine Bryan, to produce a new children’s picture book which aims to tackle gender diversity issues and misconceptions about Army jobs at the grassroots.
Norfolk-based cavalrymen take their first steps on the promotional ladder.
The Defence Secretary has today announced that £66m of Defence funding will be fast-tracked to ensure that military robotic projects get onto the battlefield this year.
Channel 5 documentary ‘Raw Recruits’ documents the lives of Junior Soldiers as they pass through Phase 1 training at Army Foundation College Harrogate, the British Army’s only Junior Entry Phase 1 training.
22nd February 2019
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks
27 April 2019
Gloucester Rugby Club
8 June 2019
5-6 June 2019
10 November 2019
11-20 October 2019
Closing date: 19/09/2018
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