The Irish Guards welcomed the Prime Minster of Japan, His Excellency Shinzō Abe to the UK with a Guard of Honour at The Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The British Army’s potent Apache attack helicopters are making their flying debut inside the Arctic Circle.
On 28 Dec 2018, after 56 days, Capt Louis Rudd became the first Briton to cross Antarctica solo, unsupported and unassisted.
The service and dedication of 67 soldiers and officers, regular and reserve, are being recognised in the New Year Honours List 2019. The men and women from all ranks and all walks of life are being honoured for their service to the military and the nation.
Today marks the start of a new era for the British Army as it welcomes applications from female civilians to apply to join the Infantry.
Chefs from 16 Air Assault Brigade have served up platefuls of festive cheer to homeless people at Colchester Emergency Night Shelter.
The icing on the cake came under scrutiny as 16 Air Assault Brigade chefs held their annual Christmas Cake decoration competition.
Exercise Terminal Strike recently took place in the challenging terrain of the Scottish Highlands, and provided a valuable training opportunity for Royal Artillery and Royal Armoured Corps Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTACs), who are able to guide in close air support on the battlefield.
A new squadron of Gurkha soldiers has joined the ranks of 16th Signal Regiment at Beacon Barracks, Stafford.
The latest Operational Honours and Awards list, Op List 50, has been published recognising conspicuous bravery and selfless service in the many operational theatres across the globe.
PDSA Dickin Medal commemorates 75 years of awarding animal service
Members of the Irish Guards currently on Exercise ASAKRI STORM in Kenya have volunteered to participate in a clinical trial that British Army doctors believe could dramatically reduce the prevalence of diarrhoea and vomiting (D&V) amongst deployed troops.
Attack helicopter crews and Wildcats will be seen in the skies of Leicestershire this week as Army aviators from 3 Regiment Army Air Corps take part in Exercise Talon Python.
Across two demanding weeks in south west France, Exercise Falcon Amarante is testing the Airborne Combined Joint Expeditionary Force – a partnership between 16 Air Assault Brigade and 11e Brigade Parachutiste.
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.
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Closing date: 19/09/2018
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