Royal Navy gets new spy drone in £30m deal
The Royal Navy is to get unmanned reconnaissance aircraft designed specifically for the maritime environment as part of a £30m deal
RAF civilian staff stage walk-out over pay
Civilian staff at RAF stations across England and Wales were taking part in a 24-hour strike in a row over pay
Families of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue, Supreme Court rules
Relatives of soldiers killed in Iraq can sue the UK government for damages under the Human Rights Act, Britain's most senior appeal court judges have agreed
Cameron: Syria statement 'strong and purposeful'
Russian President Vladimir Putin has conceded little on Syria, say analysts, but David Cameron has insisted a strong statement has been agreed
Op Telic – where did it all go wrong
Former defence intelligence officer Anthony Tucker-Jones takes a retrospective look at Blair's war in Iraq
Why it is time for an Armed Forces Ombudsman to strengthen military justice
Military justice reform is more important than ever to deal with bullying, harassment and inappropriate behaviour in the armed forces, writes Jim Murphy
Sending armoured vehicles to Syria feels like too little too late
Defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones asks has there been a policy shift over not arming Syria's rebels?
Birmingham terror central
Defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on how the Birmingham districts of Sparkbrook and Sparkhill have become al-Qaeda hotspots
'There has never been such certainty in UK defence acquisition'
The MoD has given the defence industry more information about its priorities than ever before, enabling suppliers to plan their investments more carefully to provide the hardware the armed forces need, writes defence minister Philip Dunne