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Flt Lt Cunningham was killed at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire after he was accidentally ejected while his aircraft was on the ground

RAF jets intercept Russian war planes 29 times in 3 years

Typhoon fighter jets have been scrambled to intercept Russian military planes almost 30 times in the past three years, the Government said tonight.

Prince Harry relaxes after scoring a goal during a computer football game with his fellow Apache Helicopter Pilot Capt Simon Beattie (left), during their 12 hour VHR (very high readiness) shift

Harry finally opens fire ... on the press

The media blackout on the prince’s deployment in Afghanistan came to an end last night – with a bang. Cahal Milmo and Ian Burrell report

Journalist and presenter Robert Kee dies

The broadcaster and writer Robert Kee, whose television career spanned four decades, has died aged 93.

Cuts have 'clipped RAF's wings in Afghanistan'

Fresh doubts over the armed forces' ability to cope with protracted conflicts are raised today in a report exposing "critical gaps" in air operations.

'The Tutankhamun dig of aviation': Brits to begin digging up missing Spitfires buried in Burmese jungle

A Lincolnshire farmer who has spent 17 years investigating rumours that dozens of factory-fresh Spitfires could be lying buried under Burmese soil expects to find the aeroplanes “perfectly preserved”.

Mr Fripp at Stalag Luft III on the 65th anniversary of the Great Escape

Alfie Fripp, oldest surviving and longest-serving British prisoner of war, dies age 98

The oldest surviving and longest-serving British prisoner of war has died at the age of 98.

Dog walker swept away in sea off Blackpool named

A man who was swept into the sea in gale-force winds, leading to a search operation involving the Duke of Cambridge, has been named by police.

Delhi Police fire tear gas and fire water cannon at peaceful protestors

I have just returned from India Gate in central Delhi where police and paramilitary forces fired tear gas and water cannon at peaceful demonstrators, spectators including families, and mobile television studios at around 5pm at the end of six days of country-wide mass protests sparked by the gang rape of a young woman last Sunday night and subsequent government and police indifference.

Fashion Statement: Why we all appear to be heading in onesie direction

Everyone’s at it for winter. It’s comforting, it keeps you warm, it’s snuggly and it’s nice.  So why not go for it, in the privacy of our own homes? I’m talking about the ubiquitous trend for a onesie, of course – or for those less au fait with street parlance, an  all-in-one. A jumpsuit. A catsuit. Actually  a catsuit is a bit different, but it’s still part  of the all-in-one family.

Don't let this feeding frenzy kill off Newsnight

We've forgotten the real story - and Newsnight's redeeming qualities

The intricate lace on Kate Middleton's dress included the four UK emblems: the rose, the thistle, the daffodil and the shamrock

Investigation launched after Prince William and Kate Middleton's police guard accidentally fires gun

An investigation has been launched after a police officer thought to be guarding Prince William and Kate Middleton accidentally fired his gun.

Page 3 Profile: William Walker, Battle of Britain pilot

A war hero?

Ministry of Defence confirms it is to double number of RAF drones in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Defence today confirmed that it is to double the number of RAF drones in Afghanistan and begin operating the aircraft from the UK for the first time.

Their bodies were changed by war, but a determination to excel remains undimmed

In the gym at Tedworth House, a young soldier with severe internal injuries, sustained after being shot in the abdomen in Afghanistan, takes his first steps back to fitness.

G4S donating £2.5m to Armed Forces

G4S is to donate £2.5 million to the Armed Forces as a “goodwill gesture” after thousands of military personnel were drafted in for London 2012 following a massive security blunder.

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