It is with sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm that Senior Aircraftman James Smart, from No 2 (Mechanical Transport) Squadron, Royal Air Force, was killed in a road traffic accident in southern Italy on Wednesday 20 July 2011.
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Senior Aircraftman James Smart killed in Italy road accident
RAF Chinook helicopter crews recently travelled to the United States to train for Afghanistan in the heat and high-altitude terrain of southern California.
RAF Chinook crews train for Afghanistan in California
The Ministry of Defence has today confirmed the future of its largest missile range in the UK for at least the next five years.
MOD Hebrides Air Range to continue vital role
Treading the deadly paths of Afghanistan to uncover bombs that would otherwise kill their human colleagues, dogs have become an essential asset in conflict. Report by Joe Clapson.
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Finding Taliban IEDs is a game for military dogs
Soldiers who have been operating the Army’s Apache attack helicopters in Afghanistan were praised this week for their outstanding performance by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.
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Prince Charles honours Apache crews