Unpacking ‘recruitment’: what does the MoD mean when it says the armed forces do not run recruitment activities in schools?
Last year, more active-duty soldiers killed themselves than died in combat. And after a decade of deployments to war zones, the Pentagon is bracing for things to get much worse
More than 50 members of the UK Armed Forces have committed suicide since serving in the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, figures suggest.
Extra education cash for charities is part of Michael Gove's ambition to boost military ethos in schoolchildren
Letter to the editor
White poppies should be worn on Remembrance Sunday rather than the traditional red poppy to commemorate civilian victims rather than Britain's military dead, actor Mark Rylance has said.
How does militarism change social and cultural expectations of gender roles and relations? This is a huge question. This article by Vron Ware considers three areas.
Bullying ‘seen as acceptable in Army’ as survey reveals every woman questioned was victim of unwanted attention
Bullying is perceived as “acceptable” among some in the Army, according to an internal report that found every single woman questioned said they had been the victim of unwanted sexual attention.