News Round-Up – April 27th 2016


Here are some of the latest British military news stories making the headlines.

RAF unleash its enhanced 2,000lb bunker buster bombs for the first time against ISIS, as tunnel network is obliterated in Iraq
(Daily Mail)

Ministry of Defence Should Face Prosecution When Armed Forces Personnel Are Killed During Training, Say MPs
(Huffington Post)

UK MoD to streamline CATT support
(Shepard Media)

Nicola Sturgeon warns Westminster over Royal Navy vessels order
(Daily Mail)

Royal navy could be sent to help Libyans curb people smugglers: David Cameron says he wants to ‘build the capacity’ of the country’s coastguard to fight criminals
(Daily Mail)

Abandoned: Armed Forces veterans who lost their jobs following government cuts – and were then denied a pension
(This Is Money)

Fighter exercise concludes Anglo-French Griffin Strike
(Flight Global)

RAF officer Alistair Paton from Falmouth taking part in round-the-world expedition
(Falmouth Packet)

UK Astronaut Completes 60,000 Mile London Marathon

Chinese navy officers given insight into training at Dartmouth’s Britannia Royal Naval College
(Southams Today)

Disclaimer: all news stories are the property of their respective publishers. Any opinions expressed in the articles are of the person making them.

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