Two former soldiers have won a claim that the Ministry of Defence did not do enough to stop racial harassment that was "highly offensive".
The Foreign Secretary has pledged to reverse cuts to the size of the Royal Navy if he is chosen as Prime Minister.
A British Army officer described black people as “coloured” and questioned why he was not allowed to say the n-word.
Two black paratroopers claim to have suffered racial abuse from soldiers who "decorated their barracks with Nazi flags".
British Army officers are being given guidelines on how to spot “extreme right-wing” attitudes among soldiers.
Paul Sweeney, a Labour MP and a former Army Reserve Officer, has said that the video of soldiers shooting at a target of the Labour leader’s face “paints a worrying bigger picture”.
The Ministry of Defence are investigating after footage emerged of soliders shooting at a picture of the Labour leader.
The military has been called to Heathrow Airport, and the Metropolitan Police have launched a criminal investigation after a drone sighting halted flights
More injuries were cause during training than in any other activity for full-time members of the Armed Forces, figures show.
MPs warned that the MoD 'simply does not have enough money to buy all the equipment it needs'.
Gavin Williamson has reportedly asked for EU flags to be replaced with Union Jacks at the Ministry of Defence
it is thought looters moved the remains to a grave just one metre deep
Chris Parry, a former Director General of the Ministry of Defence, said his belief the Europeans wouldn't stress the issue of the European Court of Justice to maintain the ad
The army could face questioning after it emerged several troops were accepted after expressing racist views online
Chris Parry spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the ongoing crisis with North Korea
Lord Falconer says it seems utter incompetence meant Land Rovers in Iraq weren't replaced
A soldier who was part of the Royal Tank Regiment was injured at Castlemartin Range and is said to have passed away with his family at his bedside
The Royal Air Force strike successfully halted the execution of prisoners by Islamic State, but reportedly wounded innocents in the process
A search will take place in all army barracks, due to suspicions of extremism within the military
Ahmad Jabbar Kareem Ali drowned in the Shatt Al Basra canal in May 2003 after he was detained by British troops on suspicion of looting
The drug, Lariam, has been associated with depression, hallucinations and panic attacks
The drone can stay in the air for 45 days, smashing the world record for an unrefuelled aircraft and allowing it to traverse the globe in the hunt for potential threats
Chris Parry, former director general of development, concepts and doctrine at the Ministry of Defence, explains why he scrapping nuclear weapons is a false economy
MPs this week criticised the Ministry of Defence for the way they hand out controversial anti-malarial treatment