After completing his education in the UK, France and Germany, Prince Philip joined the Royal Navy in 1939, the start
A World War II bomb was discovered in Droylsden on Sunday, causing temporary road closures on both sides of Ashton
Royal Air Force turns 100… historic planes land at Manchester’s Albert Square for final anniversary event
Historians and British military enthusiasts flocked to Manchester last weekend for a rare glimpse of the aircraft that helped save the country in the 20th century.
On Tuesday afternoon, the 16th November, a convoy of military vehicles were spotted heading towards the capital city, Harare.
Military intervention in Syria will cause more groups to radicalise and expose Britain to ‘greater vulnerabilities’, warns UK’s leading Syrian group.
To mark today’s Armed Forces Day, Salford’s Supported Tenancies Service has also stated revealed one in ten homeless people in the UK have a military background.
An ex-RAF technician is hoping to create a film on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) by focussing on mental health services in Greater Manchester – but seeks £40,000 to sharpen focus on the condition.
Bravest of all: Honour for Altrincham WWI VC hero who had BOTH legs blown off and still carried on fighting
A World War One army officer who carried on fighting the Germans despite losing BOTH legs as he led his troops into battle has finally been honoured with a military parade in his home village near Altrincham – 100 years on from his death.
Assystems operations manager Mick Stott led his colleagues against 61 other teams from around the country in the 25th anniversary edition of the UK Challenge.
Hundreds of Mancuians are set to honour the city’s service men and women and celebrate those who lost their lives for Armed Forces day.
Britain’s forgotten fighters used as human guinea pigs in nuclear tests reveal 60-year battle for recognition
More than 20,000 soldiers were put through atomic tests with no pre-warning so that boffins could try to determine the effects of radiation on humans