Harry Read is raising money for the Salvation Army’s anti-trafficking and modern slavery work in the UK.Read the full story ›
While there have been three successful penis transplants in the past, none of them were as complex and involved as much surrounding tissue.Read the full story ›
A Chelsea Pensioner has used virtual reality to revisit the French town he helped to liberate during World War Two.Read the full story ›
The crew leader of an all amputee team, set to break a world rowing record, has said that they want to prove that there are "no limits" for people with injuries.
Crew leader, Lance Corporal Cayle Royce, one of the four-man all-amputee team set to make a world record as they cross the Atlantic unaided, said he wanted to send a message to others that there is a "life beyond injury".
We would love to send a message out to people that there is a life beyond injury, you can achieve great things if you set your mind to it.
Their Row2Recovery team is due to cross the finishing line in Antigua in the Caribbean on Thursday.
12 British WWII veterans were awarded France's highest military honour, the Legion d'honneur by the French Ambassador in London.Read the full story ›
The Prince greeted a team of six ex-serviceman at the end of their 72 day trip across Britain for charity Walking With The WoundedRead the full story ›
The Prince of Wales and others attended a moving service marking the 75th anniversary of the renowned Second World War aerial battle.Read the full story ›
Prince Harry has launched a new sporting event for injured British servicemen after being inspired by a similar event in the US.
The prince unveiled the Invictus Games alongside Boris Johnson and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond at the Olympic Park in east London.
Harry has been working to bring the event to the UK after seeing British veterans competing in the Warrior Games in the US last year.
He joked that it was "such a good idea by the Americans that it had to be stolen".
War veteran Frederick Leach is set to be given a fitting send-off after an appeal for people to pay tribute to him at his funeral.
Mr Leach, who was 94-years-old, fought in the Second World War and was involved in especially heavy fighting in Norway. But he has no known family, leading to an appeal for people to attend his final farewell from Redcar and Cleveland Council, which had been managing his care
The appeal comes days after hundreds of people responded to a similar call to attend the funeral of Dambusters veteran Harold Jellicoe Percival, who served as ground crew in the famous raids in May 1943. He died aged 99 after never marrying or having children.
Three World War II veterans have told of the importance of recognising their "mates" on Remembrance Day and recalled their memories of serving.
Henry White, Alan Tizzard and Alfred White spoke with ITV News at the Cenotaph in London.