Five military personnel have been referred to a counter- terrorism intervention programme over far-right concerns.
“Please God let me get this right:” Dundee army officer looks back on life-threatening bomb disposal operations
IT was a big bomb. In fact, the 3,000lb of booby-trapped explosives loaded into a stolen Toyota pickup at a border crossing was the biggest ever planted in Northern Ireland.
AS a serving soldier based at Craigiehall Barracks near Edinburgh, one of Ken Bellringer’s responsibilities was to be a first responder for the annual tattoo.
MEMBERS of the armed forces should have the equivalent of a trade union to fight for their terms and conditions, an MP will argue this week.
Black Watch veterans unite to condemn fresh criminal investigations into actions of soldiers in Northern Ireland
THEY are a band of brothers who believed their wars were over.
‘Although it’s fiction, it’s based on knowledge and experience’: 10 Questions for SAS novelist James Deegan
JAMES DEEGAN– not his real name – served for five years in the Parachute Regiment and 17 years in the SAS.
A TRIO of veterans in their nineties are heading to a commemoration for the Russian Arctic Convoys of the Second World War.
AFTER returning to Civvy Street, battle-hardened soldier Colin Maclachlan applied for 1000 jobs.
STEVE CONWAY, the chief executive at Erskine, says giving veterans their confidence back can have a huge impact on their lives.
Searching for a long lost great-grandfather: Did you know Lovat Scout Corporal Donald Cameron? Get in touch!
HE was the handsome Scots soldier sent to defend her islands against the Nazis. She was the fresh-faced, church-going 22-year-old who fell for him.
ELLEN CARROLL can’t get the Friday night that changed her life forever out of her head.