Rising unemployment caused by Covid-19 offers a chance to boost armed forces recruitment, a defence minister has suggested.
Britain’s armed forces will be reshaped to be “fit for tomorrow’s battles, not fighting yesterday’s” under a major review of defence policy and spending, Ben Wallace has said.
Today marks 75 years since Japan surrendered to the Allied forces on August 15 1945, ending the Second World War’s hostilities. Gayle Ritchie looks at how our newspapers covered VJ Day.
Jason Isaacs is to help bring to life scenes from two Greek tragedies in an online production staged on behalf of a veterans charity in Scotland.
The Queen was most amused after hearing about an RAF gunner’s unusual lockdown exercise regime of pushing a car up and down the streets.
Rishi Sunak has agreed to protect Scots troops from “SNP tax hikes” on a permanent basis.
Veterans are providing vital skills across a range of projects to help the country tackle the current coronavirus outbreak. From helping to build Nightingale Hospitals to delivering essential supplies to those who are shielding, they have helped thousands of people across the country.
The UK Government has been working round the clock to help people through Coronavirus at home and abroad.
Sport Aberdeen has been commended for its support of the Armed Forces.
The newly-reopened Aberdeen Art Gallery has played host to a special Remembrance Day service.
First Bus has announced it will provide free travel to all armed forces personnel, veterans and cadets for Remembrance Sunday.
Facebook is to provide digital skills training to more than 300 armed forces veterans when the social network holds a community event in London on Wednesday.
An Aberdeen armed forces charity that was being hampered by problem parkers has moved to new premises.
A Highland League football club will salute those who have served in the armed forces this weekend by giving them free tickets.
A north-east MSP has paid tribute to those who have served in the armed forces.
Up to 20 new council homes will be offered to those leaving the armed forces or to the spouses and dependents of those who have died while serving.
A new NHS service helping veterans deal with trauma and adjust to civilian life has been launched in the North-east.
Did you know that there are more women than men in the UK? Or that 40% of the Armed Forces are made up by the female population?