There are concerns that plans to pull 600 military personnel and close a base will have a 'devastating affect' on Pembrokeshire
About 500 soldiers of the 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh have marched through Chester - to be greeted by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Campaigners against military recruitment in schools claim that the armed forces target schools in the most deprived areas for new recruits.
Members of the public had the chance to speak to soldiers and get a real understanding of Army life at a recruitment event held at Cardiff Castle. Cardiff's Army Reserve units showcased a variety of the latest kit and equipment used by the military.
The event was designed to help boost the Army's nationwide recruitment drive. There are over 6,000 jobs on offer across several hundred different roles in the Army Reserve, from mechanics, to veterinary technicians and fitness instructors.
Brigadier Andrew Jackson, the Director of Army Recruiting and Training said, "Joining the Army Reserve is an exciting opportunity for anyone looking to do something extra with their time and benefit from a rewarding experience outside of normal working hours.
"No matter what your skills or background, the Army Reserve has something to offer you. There is much more beyond military skill; it can take you abroad, equip you with new skills, give you invaluable experience and develop strengths you didn't know you had."
The Army Reserve typically train for one night per week and often at weekends plus, in many cases, attend an annual two week training exercise. The minimum commitment is generally 27 days training per annum, though it is 19 days for some specialist units.
A former soldier who lost his leg in Afghanistan has hit out at the Welsh Government, saying he was forced to move to England to get an acceptable level of care.
ITV News first featured Pete Bowker's story back in February, when he had waited six months for a prosthetic limb.
In the end, he moved from Connah's Quay across the border to Chester, and after an appointment in an English facility was given his new limb immediately.
The money has now been made available in Wales, and Pete says he hopes no one else has to move countries to get the care they need.
Ian Lang reports.
More than two hundred medical volunteers from around Wales are preparing to be deployed to Afghanistan later this year to work in a field hospital.
The latest stage in their training for three months out in a war zone was a hospital exercise at an army training base near York.
Tom Sheldrick reports.
Soldiers from 101 Force Support Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers will have the Freedom of Wrexham bestowed upon them later. They will celebrate with a march through the town centre.
About 250 soldiers will form the parade after recently returning from UN peacekeeping duties in Cyprus. The march will begin at Hightown Barracks at 11am and continue into town before arriving at Llwyn Isaf at 11.30am.
There's anger in West Wales to news that 600 well paid military jobs are being transferred out of Pembrokeshire and into one of the most wealthy parts of Wales.
14th Signal Regiment is being moved out of Cawdor barracks near Haverfordwest to St Athan in the Vale of Glamorgan. It's a move that will see a hundred million pounds investment in Wales, but also the closure of the Pembrokeshire base.
Civic leaders there have warned the move will have a devestating effect on the economy of west Wales.
Andrew RT Davies AM is Regional Assembly Member for South Wales Central and leader of the Opposition
Stephen Crabb is a Welsh Office Minister and represents the constituency of Preseli Pembrokeshire, home to Cawdor Barracks.
Wales Office Minister Stephen Crabb says that the army reorganisation will see a £100 million investment in Wales as 14th Signal Regiment unit relocate to St Athan.
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed that Cawdor Barracks in Brawdy, Pembrokeshire close, with 14th Signal Regiment moving to St Athan in 2018.
– Stephen Crabb MP, Wales Office Minister
Whilst it is disappointing that we will see Cawdor Barracks in Brawdy, Pembrokeshire close, these changes are essential for our future Armed Forces. I am pleased that the defence footprint is largely being maintained and that 14th Signal Regiment will be relocating within Wales to St Athan.
It is also expected that Wales specifically will receive much-needed infrastructure investment of approximately £100m to support the rebasing.
Alun Cairns has welcomed the news that the 14th Signal Regiment will move to the MoD base at St Athan.
The Conservative MP who represents the Vale of Glamorgan said that the announcement will "guarantee MoD funds in the area with increased spend from soldiers through to contracts for local builders for structural projects on site."
He said that without the move "St Athan could have been closed for development purposes" but that it will now become "one of the UK’s key military bases."
– Alun Cairns MP, Vale of Glamorgan
I am delighted that St Athan has been so successful in this Base Review. Winning the Royal Signals is a coup for St Athan. They are experts in electronic warfare, which along with the presence of Special Forces at the base puts St Athan at the cutting edge of the changes to modern conflict.
The decision, of course has been made on what is right for the forces.
This is a major boost for the community and wider economy. It secures the future of the site, for decades to come. It has been a long campaign and the support from the community has been key.