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101st Airborne Division World War Two veteran finally receives Silver Star

Staff Sgt. Edmund ‘Eddie’ Sternot of the 101st Airborne Division was finally honoured posthumously with a Silver Star for … Read More

David Baker to talk on battles in the desert during World War One at Army Flying Museum

The story of aviation, armoured cars and Lawrence of Arabia in the desert in World War One will come alive in an illustrated talk at … Read More

£2.8bn armoured vehicle contract secured for British Army

A contract worth £2.8 billion has been signed to provide state-of-the-art armoured fighting vehicles to the British Army. The Defence … Read More

Tank themed Christmas jumpers

Due to popular demand The Tank Museum has released four eye-catching tank themed Christmas jumpers for the festive period. The jumpers … Read More

Robotic ‘mules’ set to modernise infantry brigade combat teams

The US Army has selected General Dynamics Land Systems to produce the Small Multipurpose Equipment Transport, or S-MET, to lighten … Read More

Tankfest 20th Anniversary single day tickets go on sale

Single day tickets are now on sale for the 20th Anniversary of Tankfest, taking place 26-28 June 2020. Attracting visitors from as … Read More

Defender Exercise will see largest deployment of US-based soldiers to Europe in 25 years

Army leaders in Europe have revealed details of a massive exercise that will send 20,000 US soldiers to the continent next spring for … Read More

New book, Designing the T-34 by Peter Samsonov, outlines five facts about the T-34 tank

When the German army launched Operation Barbarossa – the invasion of the Soviet Union – on June 22, 1941, they received a nasty … Read More

Emergency room on tracks

When the public sees warfare through the lens of the media the images that arise tend to be of fighter jets launching from aircraft … Read More

Burial of 13 World War One soldiers brings closure to crowdfunded archaeological project

A burial service on October 10 brought closure to a crowdfunded archaeological project that discovered 110 previously missing soldiers. … Read More

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