The recent green paper could give the UK's reserves a major boost, says Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for the Reserve Forces and Cadets Julian Brazier…
'The government's plans for reservists ring hollow'
The plan to get rid of 20,000 soldiers and to expect reservists to fill the gap is based on flawed assumptions, will produce false economies, and is high risk, writes Conservative MP John Baron
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
MoD Police and firefighters deserve parity in retirement
MoD Police officers and firefighters face physically demanding work and the government risks degrading the security of the defence estate if it expects them to work until the age of 68, writes Eamon Keating
Philip Hammond's big gamble: his reforms to UK reserve forces
The government cannot expect the reserve forces to be the panacea that meets UK security interests whilst saving money at the MoD, writes shadow armed forces minister Kevan Jones. This is a gamble with our national security
'We have a responsibility to reach out to disengaged young people'
Simon Dean, CEO of not-for-profit youth inclusion programme Challenger Troop CIC, explains how outdoor activities conducted with the military ethos in mind can motivate disaffected young people to achieve
Battle Back: Giving wounded troops a sporting chance
Martin Colclough, head of sports recovery at Help for Heroes, tells DefenceManagement.com how the legacy of the 2012 Paralympic Games could help the recovery of wounded personnel in future
Army reserve plans 'provide more questions than answers'
While an increase in the reserves makes sense, Mark Phillips, head of the Royal United Services Institute's Land Operations and Capabilities programme, tells editor Joel Shenton that some very complex issues still need to be resolved
'An army education is no substitute for college'
Mathilde Bienvenu, of Child Soldiers International, sets out the key findings of a new report into the education offered to 16-year-olds joining the army
'The Falklands? I just cope with it, I can't change it'
For some veterans of the Falklands War, the ability to revisit the islands at peace has proved to be an effective therapy, as former Paratrooper Dave 'Charlie' Brown tells editor Joel Shenton
''We're sharpening our grip on the equipment programme''
Ministry of Defence Permanent Under Secretary Ursula Brennan tells Defencemanagement.com editor Joel Shenton about the complex job of balancing extensive reforms with concurrent military operations and working with Bernard Gray
VBS 2: The new model army
Peter Morrison, CEO of Bohemia Interactive Simulations, talks Defencemanagement.com through some of the development history of the company's Virtual Battlespace Simulator 2…
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Lieutenant Colonel A Munro, DG Training and Education, MoD