A poignant lapel badge presented to a hero of the Great War has been discovered in a field.
Huge thumps which rang out across part of Kent were four wartime shells being detonated by the military on a beach.
A favourite picture of Forces' Sweetheart Dame Vera Lynn taken by a Kent photographer will be at her funeral.
People are being encouraged to show their support for the military on social media as part of Armed Services Day.
The government has launched a search for a company to remove masts from a Second World War shipwreck which is still packed with explosives.
Today marks the 80th anniversary of the Battle of France which left huge numbers of Kent servicemen dead or captured.
Armed police and the police helicopter were called to reports people were inside a house with a weapon.
There have been three WW2 bombs discovered in a Kent village in 12 months. Meet the team whose job it is to safely detonate wartime munition.
Today marks 75 years since life in Britain changed forever.
A campaign group will be launching a social media broadcast to raise awareness of the threat to WW2 war graves in the Goodwin Sands ahead of VE Day.
Part of a beach was cordoned off today when an object thought to be a bomb was discovered at low tide.
Inspired by the bravery of NHS staff, a Gurkha and father-of-two will take on an epic cycling challenge from his home.
A 12-year-old has been praised for his special salute and #ClapforOurCarers after a video of him performing a drill was shared online.
More PPE has been bought in and staff are being 'prioritised' for testing after four residents died at a care home.
A novice pilot has been added to the list of Churchill’s famous ‘Few' after it was discovered he fought in the Battle of Britain.
A Ministry of Defence ordnance team was called out to blow up a Second World War smoke grenade.
Two helicopters have been spotted chasing each other over three Kent towns this evening.
A collection telling the story of an engineer who was a "key figure" in creating the Mulberry Harbours will be shown at a Kent museum.
Sea scouts and sailors are having to move from their home of 11 years following plans for new housing.
A British army veteran who lost an arm while serving in Afghanistan has become the first ex-serviceman in the world to receive a bionic 'Hero Arm'.
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