Members of one of the British army's elite combat units have embarked on a two week winter training mission in sub-zero temperatures
The exploits of a parachuting dog who became a war hero have been turned into a book.
Injured soldiers from The Parachute Regiment's barracks in Colchester are hoping to raise £40,000 by trekking across a desert
Colchester based paratroopers are training with their French counterparts in a joint exercise in Scotland.
Members of 16 Air Assault Brigade have deployed with 300 French troops from the 11e Brigade Parachutiste.
They've been air-dropped into the West Freugh area of Scotland.
Their mission is to stabilise an area disputed by two fictional nations which are divided by economic and ethnic factors.
The wartime tale of a parachuting dog that dropped behind enemy lines and helped save the lives of hundreds of British soldiers has been made into a book.
A retired paratrooper from Cambridgeshire is hoping the story of Bing will inspire a new generation to learn about the Second World War.
Soldiers from 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment have won the Army’s boxing title for the seventh time in ten years.
They defeated 22 Engineer Regiment 8-1 in the final of the Army Major Units Boxing Championship at Aldershot.
3 PARA has won the competition every time it has entered since 2003. The team was unable to compete in 2006, 2008 or 2011 because of operational commitments in Afghanistan.