British troops are getting ready for 2017 NATO role when 20th Armoured Infantry Brigade takes the lead of the Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (Land). Ex Noble Ledger is testing the headquarters of the 14 member nations making up the force.
Jersey Field Squadron is the only military presence in Jersey and can trace its roots back to 1337. Its members still practice military skills on the same ground where their forebears were awarded a unique battle honour fighting alongside regular troops in 1781 at The Battle of Jersey, which saw a French invading force defeated.
Soldiers of The Royal Engineers have been giving lessons in bridge building to CBBC's Dick and Dom. The Monster Build of their Absolute Genius programme featuring the sappers is on CBBC at 1700 today. If you miss it, it will be available to view on the BBC iPlayer.
The Army in Scotland will be live from the summit of Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh, at 12:30. Pop by then and enjoy some traditional music and dancing from the Army School of Bagpipe Music and Highland Drumming.
Congratulations to the British Army team, setting a new record of 1 minute 12 in the Field Gun Competition at the Birmingham International Tattoo this evening, competing against the Royal Navy and Royal Air Force.
Our Army musicians are men and women of many talents as LCpl Richard Jones, from the The Band of The Household Cavalry and winner of ITV’s “Britain’s Got Talent”, shows in "Scarlet and Gold" at Cadogan Hall in London. The annual Winter Concert showcases the skills of the Bands of the Household Division famous for their musical support in Britain's state ceremonial occasions.
Paratroopers from C Company, 3rd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, jump from CH47 Chinook helicopters alongside their counterparts from the Spanish Airborne Brigade (BRIPAC), as part of a two-week joint exercise to test interoperability and develop relations between the two units.
Sappers with 23 Parachute Engineer Regiment train with Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service's Under Water Search and Recover team, sharing best practice while building links between the Army and emergency services in East Anglia.
A proud day: Soldiers of 16th Regiment Royal Artillery have paraded at Baker Barracks, Emsworth, to celebrate the reunification of the Regiment and its six Batteries. The parade saw 30 Battery (Roger’s Company) RA and 49 (Inkerman) Bty reunite with the rest of unit following a two year geographical separation. Emsworth now becomes ‘home’ to all of 16th Regiment Royal Artillery.