What makes the British Army? It’s not the weaponry or the vehicles – it’s the people. People with a diverse array of skills and experiences are what gives us our strength.
We have gathered together a collection of stories from serving soldiers across the Army where we find out who they are and what the Army means to them.
A British Army photographer who won NATO photo of the year in 2022 shares his passion for taking pictures.
Sergeant Jade Baptie has been recognised with an MBE in the New Year Honours List 2023 for her "drive, energy and relentless pursuit of excellence” in training the next generation of troops.
Former Royal Tank Regiment Soldier awarded Queen’s Commendation for Bravery (QCB). Lance Corporal (retired) Fraser Gee (25) has been recognised with a Queen’s Commendation for bravery in the latest Armed Forces Operational Awards List Number 58.
Sgt Humphries led his Jackal vehicle into a firefight enabling two soldiers to withdraw to safety. He has been awarded a Mention in Despatches in the Operational Awards.
Today is International Men’s Day and, to help spark conversations about male physical wellbeing and mental health, two soldiers have shared their experiences of their own uniquely tough challenges.
A soldier and former head coach of the Army boxing team will be playing a vital role as an assistant coach to the Welsh National Boxing Team at the Commonwealth Games 2022.
Lance Corporal Victor Ahiavor from 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, has been selected to represent Ghana in Judo at the Commonwealth Games.
British soldier chases a new Gibraltar national record at the Commonwealth Games marathon
Crowds turned out to watch two soldiers, each with inspiring stories, carry the Queen’s Commonwealth Baton on part of its epic journey to Birmingham, the host city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
British Army Chaplain Christopher Kinch based in Tidworth, Wiltshire with 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh has been overseas numerous times in his military career but his deployment on Operation CABRIT in Estonia saw him achieve a career first.
Captain McClain Carter and Sergeant Chris Tierney are marching in the Army contingent of Pride in London this weekend. In their own words, they explain their experiences of being LGBT officers and soldiers respectively in the Army.
With Pride in London taking place on 2nd July this year, we've spoken to some members of the British Army LGBT+ Network about their experiences as LGBT soldiers and officers in the Army.