Joe Ousalice, from Southampton, served for 18 years but was discharged in 1993 because of a ban on LGBTQ people serving in the armed forces.Read the full story ›
The funeral of D-Day veteran John Jenkins MBE took place on Wednesday afternoon. John died weeks after his 100th birthday.Read the full story ›
A group of injured soldiers are doing their last bit of training before they take on the epic task of cycling 1,500 miles across New ZealandRead the full story ›
Two D-Day veterans from the South have parachuted out of a plane for charity.
Ted Pieri and Fred Glover are in their 90s and today they completed the challenge at the Old Sarum Airfield near Salisbury.
They were joined in their venture by a Chelsea Pensioner who has notched up almost 100 skydives.
As Chloe Oliver reports.
Chloe spoke to Fred Glover and Edward 'Ted' Pieri, both World War Two veterans. She also spoke to Mike Smith, a Chelsea Pensioner.
Between 2007 and 2015, 450 military personnel were discharged from the British services due to post-traumatic stress.
But, of course, trauma and loss are something we all face, and a new play appearing in this month's Brighton Fringe is hoping to challenge the stigma surrounding mental health.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to writer and former soldier Neil Watkins, director Tim Mariott, actor Tom Page and military psychologist Prof Jamie Hughes.
The foundation stones for a £4 million new housing development for veterans of the armed forces has been laid in Kent.
The two apartment blocks will house wounded or sick veterans, as well as those that just need a bit of help. Our reporter Abigail Bracken reports from Aylesford.
Falklands veteran Simon Weston and comedian Jim Davidson have opened a new centre to help armed forces veterans.
It'll provide accommodation and support for servicemen and women struggling to adjust to civilian life.
The first resident will move in tomorrow, after living on the streets.
Richard Jones reports.
A new generation of poppy collectors is urgently needed in Dorset to help raise funds for war veterans.Read the full story ›
Gosport MP Caroline Dinenage has welcomed the news that the Arctic Convoy Veterans of WW2 will begin receiving medals in recognition of their heroism and bravery.
“I'm delighted that having finally made the decision to award the medal, the Government have turned the design and criteria around in rapid time.
"The Arctic Convoy veterans are all heroes in the truest sense of the word. After ten years of campaigning my delight to see justice finally being done is tinged with sadness that so many are no longer alive to receive the medals they richly deserved.”
Veterans from across the South are preparing to remember their fallen comrades at a special memorial service in Aldershot.
Thirty years ago today Argentine soldiers surrendered to British Forces. This weekend more than 1000 former PARAS will march through the town.
The anniversary comes as residents of the Falkland Islands prepare to vote in a referendum on whether they wish to remain in the UK.
Argentina claims sovereignty over the islands and the anniversary has raised tensions between the two countries.