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WWII hero Parachuted out of Lancaster bomber during 1944 raid dies aged 94
The 19-year-old gunner was on his 6th mission when his Lancaster was hit by anti-aircraft flak over German-occupied France.
RAF plane to be named after WWI hero
One of the Royal Air Force's first fighter pilots will have a plane named in his honour.
D-Day hero dies two days before 75th wedd
A WWII veteran has died two days before celebrating his 75th wedding anniversary with his wartime sweetheart.
Help needed to trace missing WWII Soldier
An appeal has been launched to help find family members of a British soldier who was killed in action in October 1944.
WW2 lost 'clickers' sought for 75th D-Day
Few of the original 7,000 Clickers made are thought to remain following WW2 bomb blast.
Unexploded bomb found near seafront
A bomb disposal unit from the Royal Navy has been spotted near a popular seafront after an unexploded bomb was found.
Paratrooper wakes from coma after friends
A veteran Paratrooper has woken from a coma following 10 days of constant seizures caused by a traumatic brain injury sustained on the battlefield.
Wheelchair World Record attempt to raise
A television personality has begun his journey from John O'Groats to Land's End in a wheelchair to raise money for the Royal Marines Charity.
300 British D-Day veterans to return to N
Up to 300 British D-Day veterans will be saluted by land, sea and air on both sides of the channel in honour of the 75th anniversary of the Normandy l...
Iconic WWII fighter found after 80 years
An iconic World War II plane has been unearthed and excavated by a team of engineers almost 80 years after crash landing in Essex.
Women attempt to win coveted Royal Marine
The Royal Marines have drafted in American ‘GI Jane’ instructors to train the gruelling recruits’ course.