News story: UK-US military links strengthened after ministerial visit to Washington DC Military ties between the UK and USA have been reinforced following a visit to Washington DC by Defence Minister Mark Lancaster this week. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
Open consultation: Armed Forces Pension consultation regarding new flexible service opportunities Consulting on the implications for the Armed Forces Pension Schemes from new flexible service opportunities for armed forces personnel. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
News story: Defence Minister outlines expanded mental health provision for Armed Forces and veterans Minister for Defence People and Veterans Tobias Ellwood has outlined the MOD's increased support for serving personnel and veterans. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
News story: Daz beats bullies to lead England’s boxers at Commonwealth Games An RAF Warrant Officer who took up boxing to beat the school ground bullies will lead out the England Boxing team at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia next month. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
Speech: Salisbury nerve agent attack: UK OSCE Permanent Council statement The Head of UK Delegation to the OSCE gave a statement to the 1179th Meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council on 15 March 2018 about the Salisbury incident. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
News story: Durham Light Infantry and Bedfordshire Regiment Soldiers who fought in world war 1 are laid to rest a... The remains of 2 unknown British soldiers were given a dignified burial service today, 15 March at the Orchard Dump Cemetery in France. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
Press release: Defence Secretary announces innovative threat detection system for the Army's newest armoured vehicle The Defence Secretary announces a £3.7 million deal for the Army's next generation armoured vehicle with the latest automated threat warning system. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
News story: Novichok nerve agent use in Salisbury: UK government response This page sets out the government's response to the Salisbury attack, where a military-grade nerve agent was deployed in the UK on 4 March 2018. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK
Radio K4 - broadcasting peace and music across Kosovo

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NATO experts training Jordanian bomb disposal experts
NATO explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) experts are passing their skills on to fellow EOD soldiers in the Jordanian Armed Forces, enhancing their ability to counter the threat of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) both in Jordan and regionally. This is an ... NATO
Why NATO secures the seas
Why is it so important to secure the seas? A NATO maritime commander has the answer. Mike Utley (UK Royal Navy) is the Commander of Standing NATO Maritime Group 2. The Group is one of the standing elements of the ... NATO
Life on a ship - welcome on board Romanian Navy frigate Regele Ferdinand
A guided tour of the Romanian frigate Regele Ferdinand by its Master Chief Petty Officer Nicusor Stanciu as it takes part in a NATO mission in the Black Sea. Nicusor gives an in-depth guided tour of the ship, including the ... NATO
Romania is NATO, We Are NATO - #WeAreNATO
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Get fit with NATO troops
Watch Spanish troops based in Latvia doing five different exercises that help them keep fit.

The Spanish are based at Camp Adazi, just outside of Riga, Latvia. They’re part of the NATO battlegroup which is led by the Canadians but ...
What are the main security challenges of 2018?
Tackling global security threats.

Hundreds of delegates gathered over the weekend to discuss global issues at the Munich Security Conference (MSC).
Each February, the MSC brings together more than 450 senior decision-makers from around the world, including heads of state, ...
NATO and Serbia train Iraqi medical officers
In December 2017, a three-week training course for Iraqi medical officers took place at the Military Logistics Training Centre in Niš, in the South of Serbia.

The course was part of the NATO Defence Capacity Building Initiative for Iraq. It ...
Searching the ocean depths - the Canadian Diver - #WeAreNATO
Leading Seaman Bryan Ogle is a diver in the Canadian Navy. He wanted to discover what was underneath the surface of the ocean. In his job the community of submariners is very important, since they share their knowledge of a ... NATO
The Slovenian CBRN specialist - #WeAreNATO
“Every soldier has a special duty. When on mission I also rescue lives, but in a different way,” – Private Marko Kamenšek.

Private Marko Kamenšek is a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) defence specialist. He joined the army as ...
Counter-narcotics training for dog handlers
The first counter-narcotics training for Central Asian officers has started at the Dog Handling Centre of the State Border Guard in Rezekne, Latvia.
10 officers have been going through a training where they acquire sniffer dog-handling skills, as well as ...
Guidance: Defence Employer Recognition Scheme The Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) encourages employers to support defence and inspire other organisations to do the same. Ministry of Defence - Activity on GOV.UK

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