'The British Army is at its smallest and has faced years of budget cuts. The prospect of losing the division in an afternoon will weigh heavily on the chain of command'
The UK is one of few countries that allow minors to enlist. Despite calls to cease the recruitment of under-18s the Army is digging in to hold its ground
It's been compared to Amazon's delivery service, but for the battlefield
'They want to know what's in it for them,' General Carter says.
The North has previously been accused of hacking into banks and media outlets but never the South's military
New commander is described as having a 'low-key' style, which is expected to ease tensions between the military and government
The Royal Navy's expensive Type 45 vessels have been plagued with mechanical difficulties
The EU takes a step closer to the formation of a 'European army'
An aircraft carrier, heading for Syria, may launch flying drills off the British and French coasts and test bombs off the north of Scotland
Richard Dannatt says it is dangerous for soldiers to ‘feel inhibited in doing what they think is right for fear of retrospective investigation’
Four rebels were also killed in the assault
'I'd love to inspire people to just come out and be themselves'
In all, 41 people - including a pregnant woman - have caught the virus while travelling outside the US
Officers are hunting for the pair who attempted to bundle the unnamed serviceman into a car
HMS Ambush is said to have 'the world's most advanced' technology for detecting surface ships
A third of generals detained as President Erdogan finds plot reaches into his inner circle, says Patrick Cockburn