Sentinel 'key' to Mali contribution, says MoD
Dozens of missions have been completed by the Royal Air Force Sentinel detachment in West Africa, as the MoD considers whether the aircraft should be scrapped
Afghan interpreters to get right to live in the UK after 'u-turn'
Afghan interpreters who worked with British forces are to be given the right to live in the UK, Downing Street sources have reportedly said
Veterans face more waiting for Arctic Star medals and Bomber Command Clasps
MoD team working through 21,000 applications, including 5,500 from living veterans - many of whom will wait months more
MoD spends millions on Apache Hellfire missiles
A £15m deal has been signed to replenish the army's stock of Hellfire missiles
British Army to recruit 10,000 after axing thousands of jobs
A recruitment campaign designed to help bring in 10,000 new soldiers and officers into the British Army over the next year has been launched
F-35 'great for Britain', insists minister
The F-35 jet will not only give British forces the best available fighter, but is creating thousands of British jobs, says defence minister
Afghan nine month tours based on 'military advice'
The last of British troops serving in Afghanistan could see their deployment extended to nine months, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has confirmed
Small firms will get cash to take on reservists
Small firms will be get direct cash payments if they employ reservists, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has said
MoD carrier jet u-turn could have wasted hundreds of millions
Reversing a flawed decision on the Royal Navy's future F-35 jets will waste £74m, but it could have been 10 times more, says NAO
Queen's Speech: Economy first priority, not defence
The defence of the realm has not been featured as the top priority in the Queen's speech, despite a promise in the coalition's programme for government
Future uncertain for Tin City training site
The British Tin City training facility in Germany faces an uncertain future, according to The Times
F-35 and Trident key in US-UK relationship talks
Collaboration on the F-35 and the UK's commitment to its continuous nuclear deterrent were high on the agenda during Hammond's US visit
British snipers forced to remove helmets to shoot
Snipers in the British Army are struggling to shoot when wearing helmets provided by the Ministry of Defence, it has been claimed
'MoD will root out poor performing suppliers'
The defence budget does not exist to support failure from the private sector, the Ministry of Defence procurement chief has said
Three soldiers killed as Mastiff hit by IED
Three British soldiers have been killed after their Mastiff armoured vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device
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