British Army

British troops in Afghanistan

Mutilating Taliban dead: a first for the British army?

Wed 10 Aug, AT 09:42

A British soldier has been accused of cutting off the fingers of enemy dead. If guilty, he wouldn't be the first

Territorial army's London Regiment

Britain’s new army: small but perfectly sensible

Sat 23 Jul, AT 13:29
Crispin Black

The rush to condemn the cutbacks is wrong - part-timers have a noble history in warfare

Wootton Bassett funeral procession

Why it’s right to stop the Army funeral processions

Fri 8 Jul, AT 08:22
Crispin Black

The Wootton Bassett processions are very recent - for years soldiers were buried where they fell

Muammar Gaddafi

Defining moment as PM chairs first war cabinet

Fri 18 Mar, AT 08:37
The Mole

The Mole: Right now, Cameron looks a winner. But wait for the first missile to go off-target

The SAS in North Africa in 1942, Libya

Benghazi cock-up: fourth time unlucky for the SAS

Tue 8 Mar, AT 18:06

If only William Hague knew his history: you don't send the SAS to Benghazi

French soldier and a British soldier in Afghanistan

Britain and France fighting together: it makes sense

Tue 2 Nov, AT 07:41
Robert Fox

Robert Fox: Ignore the Little England headlines - our troops have served under the French before

Ark Royal British Navy, aircraft carrier

Britain can fight again - but as a featherweight

Wed 20 Oct, AT 09:00
Robert Fox

Robert Fox examines Britain’s first strategic defence review in 12 years

Predator drone

Commando terror ‘threat’ suits army argument nicely

Wed 29 Sep, AT 16:34
Robert Fox

Generals want to crush Haqqani and al-Qaeda militants before US and UK troops leave Afghanistan