Over 20 soldiers placed on the sex offenders register have continued to serve in what the Army says are "exceptional circumstances." But assault victims say military justice lacks independence.
Twelve people - including three British soldiers - are killed in the first IED-related incident of 2013, as the Ministry of Defence warns that the situation is still "risky and dangerous".
Hundreds of people turn out in Tamworth, Staffs, today to pay their respects at the funeral of a second world war veteran many of them did not know.
Young men are far more likely to commit violent crimes if they have served in the armed forces, according to a major study.
Defence secretary Philip Hammond warns he will resist further cuts to the armed forces in Chancellor George Osborne's forthcoming spending review.
A document seen by Channel 4 News warns of a surge in complaints within the army this year, as MPs add their voices to calls for an independent armed forces ombudsman.
Wounded service personnel have welcomed a government move to guarantee leg amputees get the most up-to-date prosthetic limbs available.
The Somali President tells Channel 4 News he wants more British military and intelligence help against Al Qaeda.
Prince Harry's flight instructor claims he suffered "gross mistreatment" at the hands of the army, as Labour calls for independent policing of the armed forces.
UK troops will be sent to Mali, Downing Street confirms. But as the list of "non-combat" roles provided by the armed forces grows, is the mission already starting to creep?