Royal Engineer Captain Jen Kehoe and Menna Fitzpatrick have won Gold in the Visually Impaired (VI) Slalom, their fourth medal victory at the 2018 Pyeongchang Paralympic Games, making them Britain’s most decorated Winter Paralympians ever.
British and French forces practise how they would plan and operate together on a joint mission.
The 23 nominees from across all 15 cap badge apprenticeship programmes represent the very best from their own programmes and were recognised for their achievements.
There has been a delay in a British Army unit selecting its newest recruit, but they have finally got their goat and Fusilier Shenkin IV has officially begun his training with 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh.
SOLDIERS from The 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, or 2 YORKS, are currently deployed in Kabul, Afghanistan in support of the NATO Resolute Support Mission.
While Britain has been gripped by the ‘Beast from the East’ for the last few days, soldiers from Balaklava Troop of the Light Dragoons have been living and working in even more challenging conditions on deployment in Eastern Europe.
The British Army’s big guns are working alongside their allies on a major artillery exercise in Germany, proving their ability to work together to hit the target.
The Welsh Guards have conducted a final training exercise in Caerwent, Wales this week ahead of their deployment to Afghanistan in March.
Soldiers from the 1st Queen’s Dragoon Guards are being pushed to the limit of their endurance as they battle against extreme winter weather in Norway.
A Trainee Advanced Clinical Practitioner who works for a NHS Trust in Derbyshire has been appointed Reserves' Champion in her place of work thanks to her part-time military career.
The Ministry of Defence is ramping up its efforts to stop animals being cruelly hunted in Malawi by expanding its counter-poaching training into two further parks in the country.
Soldiers from the 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards have been testing themselves in Cumbria ahead of a six month tour in the Baltics.
Colchester-based Army medics, buoyed by their experience of serving on a United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan in 2017, are now readying themselves for their next challenge.
Soldiers from 1st Battalion The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (1PWRR) are among 4,100 soldiers from 10 different nations currently participating in Exercise Allied Spirit VIII in Southern Germany.
The Changing of the Guard is a popular London tourist attraction.
Saturday 9 June 2018
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Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced he is looking to counter the Scottish Government’s income tax rise that affects thousands of Armed Forces personnel in Scotland.
The Defence Secretary has reassured servicemen and women that he would look to mitigate against the negative impact of Scottish taxes. Up to 8,000 service personnel are set to be hit by the tax rise.