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Army runners take on Sahara Desert marathon challenge

Four Army personnel and Robert Rinder (TV personality and barrister) are taking on the gruelling Marathon des Sables for The Army Benevolent fund (ABF).

Published: 13 Apr 2024

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McLaren Racing and the MOD join forces to innovate

What does McLaren’s Formula 1 racing team and the Ministry of Defence have in common? It’s not a trick question, but rather the beginning of a promising strategic partnership between the two British organisations.

Published: 09 Apr 2024

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Army triple win at the prestigious Sanctuary Awards

The Army’s outstanding contributions to conservation and sustainability have been recognised with three top accolades at the Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards.

Published: 21 Mar 2024

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Army triple win at the prestigious Sanctuary Awards

The Army’s outstanding contributions to conservation and sustainability have been recognised with three top accolades at the Ministry of Defence Sanctuary Awards.

Published: 20 Mar 2024

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Maidenhead soldier provides humanitarian relief guidance in Fiji and Tonga

Maidenhead born Lieutenant Andrew Duff recently deployed with the US Navy-led Pacific Partnership on the USS Pearl Harbor as part of the world’s largest humanitarian and goodwill mission.

Published: 27 Feb 2024

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Scots Guards reflect on South Korea's mountainous terrain

C Company from the 1st Battalion, Scots Guards have recently returned from Ex Imjin Warrior in South Korea, where they were faced with the challenges of operating in the country's mountainous environment.

Published: 17 Nov 2023

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On track with the Army's motorcyclists

The Army has long had a close relationship with the motorcycle, in fact the old Army Motorcycle Association can trace its roots back to the 1920’s; probably the most famous Army motorcycle enthusiast of all was a certain Major T.E. Lawrence, better known as Lawrence of Arabia.

Published: 05 Aug 2023

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Refreshed Defence Command Paper sets out the future for Armed Forces

The Defence Command Paper Refresh published today (18 July), takes learnings from the war in Ukraine – and wider threats to our security – and sets out a plan to deliver a credible warfighting force that will keep us on track to act as a global heavyweight both now and in the future.

Published: 18 Jul 2023

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The Royal Engineers set sail for South Georgia

100 crew, six legs, five continents, ten countries, 15,000 nautical miles and 25 weeks the stats really do stack up for Exercise Atlantic Quest, the Royal Engineers’ adventurous sailing expedition to the foot of the globe – the South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands archipelago.

Published: 02 Jul 2023

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New solar farm delivers green energy for Duke of Gloucester Barracks

A solar farm the size of roughly two football pitches has opened at Duke of Gloucester Barracks in South Cerney, as part of the Army’s ongoing effort to improve energy efficiency and support the UK government target of Net Zero by 2050.

Published: 25 May 2023