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Faces of brave soldiers who died in WWI will be remembered on Britain's beaches in tribute by director Danny Boyle
Director Danny Boyle has announced a nationwide beachside event to mark the centenary of the end of WW1.
Ex-Paratrooper goes on hunger strike over
A former paratrooper has gone on hunger strike until Remembrance Day to demand better support for veterans.
Thieves steal £1,500 collection from 84-y
Thugs stole a £1,500 collection from under the nose of a 84-year-old Coldstream Guards veteran as he sold poppies in a shopping centre.
Last surviving Dambuster presented Pride
The last surviving Dambuster George 'Johnny' Johnson has been presented an award recognising the RAF at the Daily Mirror's Pride of Brtiain awards.
Women to start training with the Royal Ma
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.