The army team were welcomed home after becoming the first all-female group to cross Antarctica using muscle power alone.Read the full story ›
A group of soldiers has broken an Antarctica record by becoming the first all-female team to cross the continent using only muscle power.Read the full story ›
A leaked document suggested dropping the army's historic crest and 'Be the Best' motto over concerns they were elitist.Read the full story ›
Kevin and Dazz worked with troops to locate explosives in Helmand Province and retired four years ago, but haven't been re-homed.Read the full story ›
The soldiers' military training kicked in when they found themselves in the midst of a massacre during a night off in Las Vegas.Read the full story ›
Lance Corporal Scott Hetherington was killed in Iraq during an operation to train local forces to battle Islamic State.Read the full story ›
This year's poppy appeal is giving special emphasis to the plight of younger service veterans.Read the full story ›
The Edinburgh-based Scottish and North Irish Yeomanry (SNIY) will be the first regiment to open up close-combat positions to women.Read the full story ›
Specialist explosives experts from the British Army began removing an unexploded World War II bomb from a residential area in Bath on Friday.
The British Army tweeted: "Army personnel from 721 EOD Sqn RLC support Avon and Somerset Constabulary deal with WW2 bomb in #Bath #BathBomb#".
A 300-metre exclusion zone remains in place in the Lansdown area of the city - affecting hundreds of homes - as efforts continue to remove the device, which weighs over 200kg.