Number 101 Squadron are celebrating their centenary at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal, is attending the Centenary celebrations. The unit was formed in South farnborough on the 12th July 1917. Two weeks later its air and ground crews were deployed to the Western Front during World War One.
In more recent times, No. 101 Squadron's crews have been deployed in the Gulf and the Falklands. Its teams have also supported both the AAR (air-to-air refuelling) and AT (Air Transport) roles in a number of Armed Forces deployments all over the world.
A service has been held today at the National Memorial Arboretum to mark the centenary of women serving in the military.
Over the years, there have been huge changes in the roles woman have had in the forces.
As Kevin Ashford reports, the Royal British Legion said today was a military milestone like no other.
Kevin spoke to Stacey Hodnett, former soldier and Bob Gamble from the Royal British Legion.
A Merlin helicopter has become the first aircraft to land on the Royal Navy's biggest warship. HMS Elizabeth will be based in Portsmouth.Read the full story ›
The sacrifices made by our military servicemen and women have been marked with dozens of events across the South East today.
One of the biggest gatherings for Armed Forces Day was in Medway, Kent, where thousands of people gathered to pay tribute to serving military personnel, veterans and cadets. John Ryall reports.
The interviewees are Cllr Alan Jarrett Leader, Medway Council; Richard Bardsley, a Veteran; and Robin Green, a Veteran.
The Prime Minister praised the armed forces as she joined celebrations in Liverpool.Read the full story ›
Campaigners fighting to keep open an army barracks in Kent say that over 200 years of military heritage will be lost if the proposals go ahead.
The Maidstone MP, Helen Grant, is among the supporters of efforts to keep the site open. She says the decision to close the Invicta Park army barracks will be a negative step for the army. Nashreen Issa reports.
In the report we hear from Helen Grant MP, Conservative, who represents Maidstone and the Weald; Sir Julian Brazier, Conservative, MP for Canterbury; and Lt Col Brian Awford, a former Commanding Officer.
The Home Office and Ministry of Defence have confirmed the military are to help support the recovery operation at Didcot Power Station.
It's now 15 weeks since the power station collapsed.
The news comes as the family of a man who's body is buried beneath the rubble are asking the Government to step in.
Ken Cresswell was working at the plant in Oxfordshire when it collapsed in February. His wife and three daughters say they're living through hell.
The bodies of two other workers are also underneath the twisted metal structure, which has been declared unsafe.
Katie Oscroft reports.
Since the end of the Great War the Royal British Legion Industries in Kent has been employing former service personnel to manufacture a range of products.
The aim is to help injured soldiers with their long-term recovery - after their military career is over. Profits go towards helping those who find it hard to re-enter civilian life - and the enterprise has now re-branded itself to reflect the values behind its work. Derek Johnson reports.
Members of the RAF have been exercising their right to the Freedom of the Town in Carterton in a parade, after being awarded the honour. SAC Georgia Wray from RAF Brize Norton said it was an indicator of the strong link between the town and the RAF in Oxfordshire.