It is a most impressive magazine, a view shared by Rear Admiral Simon Goodall. He is keen that we are seen to be taking a lead in defence individual training and education, and wishes to retain the link we have established with you.
Lieutenant Colonel A Munro, DG Training and Education, MoD
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
Divert welfare to defence, say former top brass
Philip Hammond's call to avoid further defence cuts and instead reduce the welfare budget has been backed by former senior officers
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
Ashdown's Afghan Angst
Reporting from the corridors of Westminster Anthony Tucker-Jones asks if Lord Ashdown is right when he says enough is enough in Afghanistan
'The army will depend on Warrior for years to come'
Colin Gilding, Lockheed Martin UK Ampthill Warrior Capability Sustainment Programme (WCSP) manager, looks at how the project has progressed since the contract was signed 12 months ago
'Our armoured vehicle support is better than ever'
BAE Systems Global Combat Systems' Mike Sweeney outlines the organisational changes designed to improve the calibre of the vehicles and support offered to the armed forces…
Afghanistan's killing fields are blighted by landmines
Following the deaths of six British troops in a Warrior armoured vehicle last week, defence analyst Anthony Tucker-Jones reports on how Afghanistan's terrible minefield legacy and porous borders allow landmines and IEDs to proliferate