To the untrained eye, he is just a rather large, playful puppy. But in a few months, Irish Wolfhound Domhnall will be leading the way as the new regimental mascot for the 1st Battalion Irish Guards
Playful pup newest recruit to Irish Guards
Army veteran Joe McKenna, 72, who volunteers at the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment Lancashire Infantry Museum in Preston, left the military in 1970 just months before his Northern Ireland service medal was minted and eventually decided to track down his medal after years of attending parades where he was the only veteran not wearing one.
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Christmas joy for old soldier who finally got his medal
An Army teacher from Northern Ireland is currently plying his trade in the heat and dust of Afghanistan.
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Army Education Officer talks about teaching in Afghanistan
The MOD has announced the four bidders short-listed for a major new contract to provide up to £500 million of Hard Facilities Management (Hard FM) to the Defence estate across Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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MOD announces short-listed regional prime bidders for Scotland and Northern Ireland
Bomb disposal experts from HM Naval Base Clyde’s Northern Diving Group had a busy time of it recently when they were called out to three different bomb disposal tasks in a single day.
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Royal Navy divers dispose of three bombs in a day