The Ministry of Defence has sent the armed forces to communities struggling with the effects of recent floods.
Police can now ensure people with coronavirus are detained.
Scotland is to welcome the first of a new set of RAF aircraft today.
A recruitment drive for the SAS has included women for the first time.
In order to leave the public eye, Prince Harry must also leave his roles in the military.
A new bill is to get tougher on terrorists.
MI6 could have to make some design changes to prevent safety being compromised.
British troops are playing a vital peacekeeping role in Iraq, Boris Johnson has reminded his Iraqi counterpart.
The Ministry of Defence wants young recruits to focus on confidence for a lifetime, not short-lived boosts.
James Heappey is the new minister for defence procurement, it has been announced.
The F-35B fighter jet has successfully taken off from HMS Queen Elizabeth in Portsmouth.
An online anti-terror course could be useful for anyone this Christmas.
Ex-army captain Andy Roe has been named the new London Fire Brigade commissioner.
TikTok is being used to promote life in the army, it has emerged.
MI5 will review its policies following a terror attack last week.
A report has emerged suggesting the SAS is using unusual physical training techniques for its toughest troops.
Defence secretary Ben Wallace has revealed a new initiative for those leaving service in the armed forces.
Two decades have passed, but NATO is still keeping the peace in Kosovo.
Deaths that occur as a result of terrorism seem to be decreasing, a study has shown.
Even those high up in the military did not anticipate the Berlin Wall's demise, it seems.