The Army is calling out to binge gamers, class clowns, phone zombies, snowflakes and selfie addicts in its new recruitment drive to try and woo Generation Z youngsters.
The military hardware deployed to stop drones disrupting flights at Gatwick Airport has been withdrawn, the Ministry of Defence said.
Sir, – I have no doubt that Gordon Pay is sincere in his views about climate change (Courier Letters, December 21).
Ministry of Defence Police are now involved in the investigation into the discovery of live bullets in Angus.
Soldiers will march through the streets of Perth next month as part of a homecoming tour after a six-month stint in Iraq.
The centenary of the RAF will be central to celebrations at this year's Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo which starts on Friday.
When Dundee businessman Ron Mitchell was asked to carry out a restoration project on the Somme battlefield in northern France, he saw for the first time where his late-grandfather had been badly injured during the First World War. Michael Alexander reports.
A Forfar soldier has put his physical fitness and skills to the test as he took to the demanding slopes of the French Alps to take part in the British Army Telemark Skiing Championships.
Sir, - Old soldiers will be perplexed and no doubt amused at the army recruitment team’s effort at encouraging more young people to join the army with their latest ‘softer’ campaign.
Is new Army recruitment campaign a vital reflection of modern society or ‘political correctness gone mad’?
Is a new Army recruitment campaign essential to reflect modern society or is it ‘political correctness gone mad’? Michael Alexander reports.