British Army

A military band at Buckingham Palace mourned the loss of the Queen of Soul by playing one of her most famous songs.
Ayla Holdom knows what it’s like to openly serve as a transgender member of the military. She came out whilst flying search and rescue missions in Britain’s Royal Air Force, serving alongside Prince William.
Ayla Holdom knows what it’s like to openly serve as a transgender member of the military. She came out whilst flying search and rescue missions in Britain’s Royal Air Force, serving alongside Prince William.
“It feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders," Patricia Davies says.
London's mayor is among those who say Trump shouldn't get the red carpet rollout.
The threat of IS may be exaggerated. But if effective action is not taken now, IS will become existential. And that threat will extend far beyond the Middle East.
For decades, Winton's heroic efforts largely went unnoticed -- until 1988, when a BBC program surprised him by planning an
LONDON, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry says he killed Afghan insurgents during sorties against the Taliban while
The two opposing uniforms were so similar that St. David commanded his soldiers to wear a leek on their helmets. Since then, the leek has been a symbol of Wales.
Most Americans know U2's song "Sunday Bloody Sunday." They may be dimly aware that Bono is adamant that "this is not a rebel song," without grasping what he's talking about.
The Saville Report is as damning an indictment of British army and establishment perfidy as can be imagined. It is a stain on the British army that compares with the Mai Lai massacre.
The chairman of the Bradford Council for Mosques (BCM) demanded the structures be removed immediately. "The shape of the
"I was gobsmacked," Menary's mom said, according to the Daily Mail. "Maybe it was a joke to put us at ease, but it was the
A former soldier convicted in connection with the death of an Iraqi hotel worker has accused an officer of pretending to
Who wants to go and sit in their tent, sweating in temperatures in the high 40s, brooding on the possibilities: what were
General Sir David Richards, the new head of the British Army believes the West's mission to stabilise Afghanistan might take