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Women to start training with the Royal Marines
Women will be able to start training with the Royal Marines from early next year.
Massive cash boost for British veterans i
More than £300,000 has this week been distributed to projects which support British Armed Forces and veterans in the latest round of grants from the n...
WWII hero suffering with dementia relives
A 97-year-old WWII pilot stood under the wings of a Sunderland bomber during a visit to IWM Duxford.
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 ret...
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.