The Government and the Army have been accused of covering up the killing of children in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have shared details about life with baby son Archie – telling a group of military families he is beginning to crawl and has his first two teeth.
The father of a soldier who died on an “unsafe” Army test march that should have never have taken place is bringing a civil action for corporate manslaughter against the Ministry of Defence (MoD).
A coroner has told the Army she has “grave concerns” about its “ability to learn from previous mistakes” after an inquest into the death of a soldier who collapsed during a test march on a hot day.
A coroner is due to give her conclusions at an inquest into the death of a soldier on an Army test march.
An experienced Army officer who ran the course on which a soldier fatally collapsed on a hot day has told an inquest he had no formal health and safety training.
An “urgent safety notice” was sent out from British Army headquarters about the increased risk of heat injuries two months before a soldier fatally collapsed on a hot day, an inquest has heard.
An Army test group was told it was marching “inside the window” of safe operation on the hottest day of the year before a soldier fatally collapsed, an inquest heard.
A former head of the Army has expressed dismay at reports that legislation to protect military veterans from prosecution has been jettisoned from the Queen’s Speech.
Coming from a military family, it was Sue McKay’s ambition to help veterans in her career.
A “mixture” of factors may have combined to trigger the fatal collapse of a young soldier on an Army test march, an inquest has heard.
A young soldier who collapsed and died on an Army fitness test was “panting” and complained of cramp before falling to the ground, an inquest heard.
A soldier who pulled out of an Army march during which another colleague fatally collapsed has told an inquest he “would have died” if he had not stopped.
An officer allegedly told a soldier “I’m surprised you’re still here – as it’s a hot day” months after running an exercise in which a colleague fatally collapsed in the heat, an inquest has heard.
An inquest into the death of a soldier on an Army training march during a hot day heard how another infantryman collapsed with a “suspected heat injury” an hour before.
The Government has scrapped the Army’s zero-tolerance drugs policy, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has confirmed.
“Hopeless” Boris Johnson has said he repeatedly crashes drones after trying his hand as a drone pilot alongside troops from the British Army.
As recruitment for new soldiers begins in the North East, Scott tells why serving with the British Army changed his life and introduced him to his passion for skiing.
A huge convoy of military vehicles was loaded on a train yesterday as soldiers headed south to take part in a massive training exercise.
Army personnel have organised a week of events in Moray to help youngsters from forces families to overcome social barriers.
Armed Forces Week provides the public with an opportunity to show its support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community.
On this day 75 years ago, the Gordon Highlanders landed on the beaches of Normandy, faced with the most gruelling military campaign of their lives.
A soldier admitted driving his high-performance BMW at 143mph on a Highland road was told by a sheriff that he must have had “a death wish”.
A 76-year-old Inverness army veteran, who served three tours of duty in Bosnia, has set his sights on an incredible rowing challenge to support a charity close to his heart.
Major military operations are to hone in on the north west as an extensive training exercise involving 13 countries is to take place over a two-week period.
Neil Drysdale finds a small army of volunteers at the ready to ensure the Gordon Highlanders story gains widespread public exposure.
A north-east veteran has hailed a charity for helping him overcome blindness and live life to the full.
From the battlefield to the bakery aisle – new study show soldiers are finding new work in supermarkets
New study findings suggest ex-soldiers should head to Tesco to find work.
Tributes have been paid to a soldier who died suddenly at Fort George barracks at Ardersier.
A Highland businessman has created a 10,000 square foot peace sign directly opposite a military base in a protest against escalating global conflict.
Hundreds of serving military men and women, comprising both veterans and cadets, paraded along Aberdeen’s Union Street at the weekend to celebrate Armed Forces Day 2018.
More than 1,000 hardy hikers trooped through the hills this weekend in one of Scotland’s toughest endurance challenges.