The event at Catterick Garrison schools aims to offer an educational day for service children and their friends.Read the full story ›
A photo gallery as soldiers from a regiment based at Catterick Garrison in North Yorks conduct the final Afghan medal presentation parade.Read the full story ›
Soldiers from a regiment based at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire are conducting the final Afghan medal presentation parade in Richmond Castle.
The medal parade marks the end of Operation Herrick in Helmand province in Afghanistan.
The 46 medals are being presented for service during Op Herrick in May – November 2014.
Army medics trained at Catterick Garrison in North Yorkshire have left the country to join British efforts in fighting the Ebola outbreak.
They will man the Ebola Training Academy in Sierra Leone, which will supply five treatment centres currently being built by the UK.
International Development Secretary Justine Greening said it was vitally important for the UK to support countries in western Africa to defeat Ebola to prevent further loss of life and ensure it does not spread into the UK.
Speaking as she set off for Sierra Leone with around 100 RAF medics being sent to build a training academy and field hospital she said:
"If we don't combat Ebola it will take many more lives, but also it can pose a risk to the UK".
More than 100 army medics from Catterick Garrison are being deployed to Sierra Leone in the fight against Ebola.
The clinicians form the lead unit who are departing from an RAF base this morning.
They will be training staff working in the UK-built Ebola treatment centres across Sierra Leone.
International Development Secretary Justine Greening is to visit an Ebola training academy and a treatment facility in Sierra Leone.Read the full story ›
The business community is lending support to thousands of servicemen leaving the military, either through choice or because of defence cuts.Read the full story ›
The business community is lending its support to the thousands of servicemen and women who have left the military, either through choice or because of defence cuts. They've been outlining job opportunities at a careers event at Catterick Garrison.
Gary Daye, of Scots Guards, has spoken of the difficulty in finding work:
Dominic Hamberg, from the British Forces Resettlement Services, has also spoken of ways in which army recruits can apply their skills to a different industry, such as civilian service: