Four NHS organisations in England have received the highest honour of achievement in the scheme for demonstrating outstanding support to the Armed Forces community.

Four NHS trusts have been awarded gold for demonstrating outstanding support to the Armed Forces community.

Soldiers failing drug tests on foreign deployments

The equivalent of a battalion of soldiers have failed drug tests on foreign deployments.

New £48 million contract for workboat fleet

The Defence Minister has announced a £48 million contract for next-generation workboats.

33 employers awarded gold for Armed Forces work

MOD has announced the winners of the Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) Gold Awards.

DIO awards overseas consultancy framework contract

The DIO has selected six companies as suppliers for the PSP framework.

HMS Queen Elizabeth to enter new home soon

Britain’s flagship carrier could arrive at her new home in Portsmouth very soon.

Ploughshare announces multi-million pound export deals

Ploughshare Innovations has provided an increasing number of growth benefits to the UK economy.

UK maritime forces complete French naval deployment

Royal Navy and Royal Marines personnel have completed their five month French deployment.

Half year report finds Royal Navy meeting expectations

BAE Systems' new report shows that the Royal Navy is meeting its expectations so far this year.

£3 million to be saved in new deal to supply the Royal Navy

The Defence Minister has announced a new contract for consumable items which is set to save £3 million.

Defence Secretary pays tribute to battle in Flanders

The Defence Secretary joined military leaders to mark the anniversary of the battle in Flanders.

UK Destroyer visits Ukraine after completing multi-national naval exercise

HMS Duncan visited the Ukrainian port of Odessa this week.

UK troops awarded UN medals for service in South Sudan

UK troops have been awarded UN medals in recognition of their peacekeeping work in South Sudan.

Work on AW159 Wildcat helicopter will stay in the UK

The Minister for Defence Procurement has announced that work on the AW159 Wildcat helicopter will stay in the UK.

Defence Secretary visits future Flagship

The Defence Secretary has visited the most powerful Royal Navy ship for the first time at sea.

Trident nuclear plans ‘overambitious’, IPA warn

The UK government’s plan to replace the Trident nuclear weapons system is ‘overambitious’, the IPA has warned.

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