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Red Arrows’ longest serving pilot retires
The longest-serving Red Arrows pilot ever - who flew the Tornado F3 over the Falklands and for the Queen in this year's RAF 100 celebrations - has retired.
Lord Of The Rings director brings WW1 to
Incredible colourised footage has brought the First World War to life after a painstaking project to memorialise British troops by Lord Of The Rings D...
British WWII hero receives the Legion d’H
A 94-year-old D-Day veteran has received France’s highest military honour.
Soldiers trek 270 miles to raise awarenes
A group of soldiers from the Yorkshire Regiment have begun a 270-mile walk to raise awareness of troops experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder.
‘Tommy’ statues go up at the White Cliffs
A memorial to the sailors who fell during a dramatic raid during First World War has been erected on the white cliffs of Dover.
Spitfire pilot aged 97 is a Brave Briton
The last surviving Spitfire pilot from the Second World War Siege of Malta has been named as a Brave Briton finalist.
D-Day veteran aged 92 awarded France's hi
A British veteran has been awarded the Legion d'Honneur for his role in the D-Day landings during the Second World War.
Former Paratroopers prepare for world rec
Two veterans dubbed the 'Grandads of the Atlantic' are hoping to break a world record by rowing 3,000 miles across the great ocean.
RAF's Tornado fighter bows out in style
One of Britain's most iconic fighter jets gave what is expected to be its final public appearance at the world famous Duxford Battle of Britain Air Sh...
Statue of triple amputee war hero unveile
A former Royal Marine who was the first triple amputee from the Afghanistan war has unveiled a sculpture of himself in London.
Former Paratrooper aged 86 completes 100-
A former Paratrooper has completed a 100-mile walk for 100 years of the Royal Air Force.