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Examination of the use of armed drones could help lift lid on 'America's secret war'
Gen Dannatt wanted £100,000 for two days a month. A frontline private earns £17,000 for a seven-day week
World's biggest security firm mocked for blaming 'workforce supply' issues at time of record unemployment
Five battalions go and total strength drops from 102,000 to 82,000 in radical reorganisation
Inquiry into secret prison threatens to entangle former top Polish officials
Distaste over memorial to the airmen who obliterated Dresden ignores the extreme danger they faced
Insurer withdraws cover from cargo ship allegedly taking helicopters to Assad
Contract with Ministry of Defence will secure jobs and development at firm’s Derby plant
No veteran of the Falklands has ever commanded the army. Their absence has been dangerous for our Afghan and Iraqi operations
Computer viruses are just the tip of the iceberg as the US goes all out to combat threat from China
As Islamic State continues efforts to advance, the Iraqi army is fighting back against the jihadists on several fronts. Co-ordinating with Kurdish forces, the army has retaken the formerly IS-controlled town of Amerli, north of Baghdad.
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