The High Court says Marine A may be named despite warnings from his lawyers that his family would be a target for extremists
A candlelit vigil is being held tonight in memory of Corporal David O'Connor, a Taunton-based Royal Marine who died in Afghanistan.
The Royal Navy has unveiled its first Royal Marine Rehabilitation Centre in the South West at Lympstone in Devon
A Royal Marine, known as Marine A, was today convicted by a court martial board in Bulford, Wiltshire of murder following the execution of a seriously injured Afghan insurgent in September 2011. Two other marines were acquitted.
A court martial has been played a recording of the moment a Plymouth based Royal Marine allegedly shot and killed an injured Afghan prisoner. The man, who can't be identified for legal reasons, denies murdering him.
Two other Commandos from the same unit - who were also on patrol - have been charged with encouraging and assisting him. All three deny the allegations.
Our defence correspondent John Andrews reports.
An audio recording has been released of a conversation between three Royal Marines as they allegedly murder a captured Afghan man in 2011.
The trio are being tried by a court martial and all deny the charge.
The recording was taken by one of the accused's helmet cameras worn at the time of the alleged incident.
In the footage, a bang, understood to be a gunshot can be heard, followed by one of the marines saying: "Shuffle off this mortal coil, you c***."
Later in the recording, a marine is heard to say: "Obviously this doesn't go anywhere fellas...I just broke the Geneva Convention."
A warning that the footage includes a gunshot alleged to have killed the Afghan man and strong language throughout:
A court martial board has retired to consider its verdicts against three Royal Marines accused of murdering an injured Afghan insurgent.
The commandos, known only as Marines A, B and C, are accused of the "execution" of the man in Helmand Province more than two years ago.
The trio have pleaded not guilty.
A Royal Marine from Bath who serves in Taunton has been honoured for his bravery and skill while fighting in Afghanistan. Marine Tom Harrison from 40 Commando was among around 100 members of the armed forces to be singled out for going above and beyond their role.
David Wood reports from the ceremony at the Tower of London.
Lieutenant Colonel Matt Jackson from Exeter has received the Distinguished Service Order for his leadership in combat while in Afghanistan last winter.
A Royal Marine from Bath who serves in Taunton has been honoured for his bravery and skill while fighting in Afghanistan. Marine Tom Harrison from 40 Commando was among more than 100 members of the armed forces to be singled out for going above and beyond their role.
A Devon marine has received the Military Cross. Craig Buchanan, who is originally from South Africa, was awarded the honour after he and his patrol were attacked by a member of the Afghan uniformed police.
The Marine, who lives in Exeter, managed to detain the gunman, saving the lives of his colleagues.
A Royal Marine drill instructor has been fined £1,750.00 and given a severe reprimand for bullying recruits at the Commando Training Center in Lympstone
Corporal Peter Clark avoided a jail sentence after pleading guilty at Portsmouth Naval Base court martial centre to three offences of ill-treating subordinates.The offences took place in May and June last year.
The final group of Royal Marines from 40 Commando based near Taunton are spending the weekend with their families. Alpha Company flew back to Britain yesterday after completing a 6 month tour of duty.