Council workers who spotted explosive detonators at a north-east recycling centre have been praised for having "averted a potential tragedy".
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French data firm Atos has been awarded a new £25 million contract with the UK’s Ministry of Defence, just months after winning a £394.7 million deal with the Department for Work and Pensions.
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.
Police Scotland and the Ministry of Defence will be carrying out a joint training exercise in the north-east.
Boris Johnson has been meeting military chiefs in Downing Street to ensure the armed forces are “match fit” in the face of any threat to the UK.
A north-east council has been awarded a prestigious award by the Ministry of Defence.
The RAF is taking a step towards becoming an air and space force, Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has suggested.
Government officials have said they will consider their approach after concerns were expressed about chemical weapons dumped in the North Sea.
A cleaning firm owner who helped small businesses in the north-east has been recognised.
A veteran has called for better support for soldiers leaving the Army.
New technology that allows military commanders to communicate through a mobile phone app has been hailed a “game changer” by a senior British Army officer.
The mystery over the remains of a World War 1 soldier deepened today after the Evening Express uncovered evidence the Aberdeen man died in hospital and not on the battlefield.
British and American soldiers have taken part in a test of new supply vehicle technology that sees military trucks remotely controlled using just Xbox controllers.