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Army officer arrests suspect fleeing car crash on way home from Remembrance Sunday drills
He chased the man down.
Ministry of Defence braced for 'brutal' cuts in security review
MoD has compiled list of options, including marines and amphibious vessels but Trident replacement seen as untouchableThe Ministry of Defence is bracing for what one Whitehall official has described
The Social Causes That United Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
It wasn't just a life in the spotlight that united Prince Harry and Meghan Markle—their bond goes much deeper.
Two hero Army dogs due to be put down ‘have been saved’
360,000 people joined a petition to save Kevin and Dazz.
Mankind wiped out by British Army in favour of a gender-neutral world
It's among the words being eased out at a top training base.
Hero SAS soldier ‘decapitated Isis jihadi with a spade’
The trooper is then said to have turned the jihadi's weapon on the ISIS fighters.
New recruitment ads released to make Army look more inclusive
The campaign is called 'This is Belonging 2018'
Army accused of political correctness in recruitment campaign
Head of army defends £1.6m campaign to attract people of different sexualities, ethnicities and faiths The British army has been accused of bowing to political correctness after launching a campaign
Guardsman, 29, missing from central London barracks
Dean Rudman has been missing since Tuesday.
TIMES: British Army Defends ‘Politically Correct’ Ads Showing ‘Emotional’ Soldiers, Muslim Praying, Women on Frontline
(THE TIMES) -- The British Army yesterday defied critics of its “politically correct” recruitment campaign and released a new set of television advertisements, including one that shows a Muslim
Homeless man’s death on streets of Britain should shame us all
'It is a sign of the times that a soldier is left to die on our streets.'
Afghan interpreter for British army denied right to move to UK
Military officials express outrage at decision on ‘Ricky’, who worked for army for 16 yearsThe British army’s longest-serving Afghan interpreter has been denied the right to relocate to the UK,
Russia ‘would beat UK in a war’, warns head of British Army
General Sir Nick Carter said that we need to keep up
Russia is biggest threat to UK since cold war, says head of British army
Gen Sir Nick Carter gives stark warning of ‘complex and capable security challenge’ for Nato The chief of the general staff, Gen Sir Nicholas Carter, has described Russia as the biggest state-based
Army apologises to family of young soldier who died at Deepcut
Inquest hears welfare at barracks ‘should have been better’ at time of Pte Sean Benton’s deathThe army has apologised to the family of a young soldier who died at Deepcut barracks. Brig Chris Coles
Woman treated to military horse parade as a 100th birthday present
Joan Hart has been fascinated by the horses since she was young.
UK record just as poor as that of US on Afghan interpreters | Letters
Despite public and parliamentary denunciation of the present approach, the government’s shameful attitude persists, writes retired colonel Simon DigginsYour video about former Afghan interpreters for
Ex-soldier who conned woman out of £12,000 ordered to pay back just £10 a fortnight
Alistair Gordon was hauled back into court after only paying her back £180 in two years.
Former Miss England and Army Corporal quits service after ‘being targeted by sexist trolls’
'It just shows what a sexist boy’s club the Army can still be. The mentality needs to change.'
NHS to launch new mental health service for soldiers
It was designed following consultation with veterans and their families.