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Cadets tackle Army exercises

Cadets tackle Army exercises

21 June 2017

Youngsters worked hard to complete an assault course and other Army-style activities when they went along to an open day.

The day bombs fell like hailstones

The day bombs fell like hailstones

01 June 2017

75 years to the day bombs rained down on Canterbury in a deadly act of revenge by Hitler, we look back at how the city united in the face of terror.

Military drafted in to protect Kent from terror threat

Military drafted in to protect Kent from terror threat

26 May 2017

Ministry of Defence police have joined armed officers on the streets of Kent as patrols are stepped up amid an increased terror threat.

Guard of honour for war hero

Guard of honour for war hero

16 May 2017

Veterans, bikers and standard bearers are invited to form a guard of honour at the funeral of a soldier who belonged to an elite special forces unit.

Candidate joins fight to stop Royal Marines cutbacks

Candidate joins fight to stop Royal Marines cutbacks

16 May 2017

A Liberal Democrat is battling to halt the the loss of 200 posts in the Royal Marines.

First pictures as Gurkhas reach Everest summit

First pictures as Gurkhas reach Everest summit

16 May 2017

A group of Gurkhas - including troops based in Kent - have become the first serving soldiers from the brigade to climb Mount Everest.

Keep up the good work

Keep up the good work

14 May 2017

Sea Cadets passed inspection and got another top award.

Russian warships head towards Kent coast

Russian warships head towards Kent coast

15 April 2017

Ministry of Defence frigate HMS Sutherland is monitoring the movements of two ships

DVD shows work behind mum’s tribute to son killed in combat

DVD shows work behind mum’s tribute to son killed in combat

07 April 2017

A DVD showing the behind the scene works which went into the making and displaying of a huge poppy tribute has been created

Honour for soldier lucky to be alive after Taliban blast

Honour for soldier lucky to be alive after Taliban blast

03 April 2017

An ex-soldier who lost both legs and almost died in a Taliban bomb blast in Afghanistan has won an award following his recovery.

Running 150 miles across the Sahara – and he can’t wait!

Running 150 miles across the Sahara – and he can’t wait!

22 March 2017

An Army captain from Kent signed up to the the Marathon Des Sables - the toughest race on earth - after he broke his arm

Gurkhas honoured at medal ceremony

Gurkhas honoured at medal ceremony

14 March 2017

Gurkhas based in Kent have been honoured by Prince Charles and Prince Harry in a medal ceremony in London today.

Celebrity chef's relative in court accused of computer hacking

Celebrity chef's relative in court accused of computer hacking

14 March 2017

A relative of Gordon Ramsay, who lives in Kent, has appeared in court charged with hacking emails from the celebrity chef's company.

'Please let me have them back'

'Please let me have them back'

21 February 2017

A veteran who was captured during the Second World War has pleaded with burglars to return his stolen medals

Suspicion over barracks fired by homes revelation

Suspicion over barracks fired by homes revelation

13 February 2017

The Ministry of Defence was planning a housing development at a Kent barracks months before its closure was announced, it has emerged.

Ryan follows his American dream

Ryan follows his American dream

11 February 2017

A former Kent schoolboy has achieved his goal of joining the US army.

MPs to debate barracks closure

MPs to debate barracks closure

01 February 2017

A House of Commons debate will be held on controversial plans to close a military base in a Kent town.

Fundraiser to keep girl pony riding

Fundraiser to keep girl pony riding

30 January 2017

From riding her pony to walking the dogs, seven-year-old Issy Rose loves to be outside but her wheelchair is not designed for the great outdoors.

WW2 hero wants to reunite wartime love letters with soldier's family

WW2 hero wants to reunite wartime love letters with soldier's family

28 January 2017

An old soldier who saw action in Dunkirk and Normandy has turned detective in bid to find writer of wartime love letters.

War and Peace to revive its Hop Farm base

War and Peace to revive its Hop Farm base

27 January 2017

The War and Peace Revival show, which attracts thousands every year, will return to the Hop Farm Family Park this year.

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