The Army has lost 2,900 soldiers as a result of today's round of redundancies. This was the maximum number expected after the redundancies were first announced in January.
170 jobs will be stripped from the Navy, which is less than the maximum figure of 300. The RAF has lost 730 jobs, also below the maximum figure of 900.
Overall, 3,800 redundancies were announced out of a possible 4,100.
The Ministry of Defence announced 3,800 job losses in the Armed Forces. Although less than expected, further cuts to the Army are possible.
Thousands of soldiers will learn today that they are to be made redundant as part of the downsizing of the Armed Forces.