Scientists from the Ministry of Defence are to provide training which will support the Iraqi Government’s efforts to dispose of remnants of the chemical weapons amassed during Saddam Hussein’s regime.
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MOD experts to help Iraqis destroy legacy chemical weapons
Armed Forces personnel will continue to receive one of the best and most valuable public service pensions under a new scheme proposed today by the Ministry of Defence.
New Armed Forces pension proposed
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales has visited RAF Boulmer to gain an understanding of the integral role that the Station and the Air Surveillance and Control System (ASACS) Force will play in the Olympic air security operation.
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Prince Charles visits Olympics air security force at RAF Boulmer
RAF Kinloss marked the end of an era last week as the base was handed over to the Army and became Kinloss Barracks.
RAF Kinloss becomes Kinloss Barracks
The Churchill Medal for 2012 has been won by British Army engineer Sergeant Simon Nurse, of the Royal Corps of Signals, for his innovative work in support of Op HERRICK.
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Army signaller wins Churchill Medal 2012