Lance Corporal Robert Shirtliff, a dog handler with 1st Military Working Dog Regiment, tells us about his Arms and Explosives Search Dog Ranger the Yellow Labrador, and shows us how he trains Ranger to detect a variety of arms and explosives. His reward for making a find is his Kong toy.
An old school documentary from 1974, about bomb disposal (EOD) teams, their training, and the problems of maintaining a family life in one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. It follows 3 Ammunition Technical Officers (ATOs) in the British Army in the cold war era.
In a new episode of Rule Britannia, VICE joins the UK’s Army Cadet Force and asks what the youth club can give British kids who may not have a lot else.
On a glorious afternoon on Sunday 20th September at Gosport Marina, Exercise ATLANTIC UBIQUE was officially launched.
At around half past 3 the RAYC flagship St Barbara V, with her crew from 295 Bty RA, slipped her moorings in front of the Boathouse Café and set sail en route to the Canary Islands via Madeira, a journey of over 1,500 nautical miles.
MoD anti-rape campaign launched
Photographs depicting men and women who have been raped by soldiers are the focus of a powerful campaign by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) warning service personnel that consent is always required before they have sex.
The offensive against rape will see posters with the slogan ‘Don’t kid yourself! Without consent it’s RAPE’ displayed in army barracks and training centres across the country in the coming weeks.
Independent Exclusive: The offensive will see posters with the slogan ‘Don’t kid yourself! Without consent it’s RAPE’ displayed in army barracks and training centres