From the end of World War Two to the current conflict in Afghanistan - military museum, library and archive exhibitions continue to explore war and the role of the military in modern history. Explore it here with news, reviews, features, museum events, web links and much more...
The Museum of the Manchester Regiment has completed an ambitious project to tell the stories of every soldier whose medals are in its collection.
The Army Photography Awards 2013, announced today at the National Army Museum, reveal a remarkable haul of images taken by soldiers on the front line in Afghanistan.
Brooklands Museum has helped take delivery of the last operational RAF VC10 air-to-air refuelling aircraft, which landed yesterday at the historic airfield Dunsfold Park near to the site of the factory where it was made in the 1960s.
A conservation volunteer has made a detailed recreation of the mighty HMS Alliance after finding a giant courgette on his vegetable patch.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum in Somerset has added to its important collection of Hawker Harriers and VSTOL aircraft with a rare two-seater Harrier T8 training aircraft.
Check out the top ten re-enactment and living history events happening at museums and heritage sites across the UK during summer 2013.
An event at Imperial War Museum Duxford on August 11 will explore the different roles animals have undertaken in war, including as working animals, mascots and friends.
With unprecedented access to the men and women who search for IEDs in Afghanistan, an interactive display tells the stories of personnel risking their lives.
Covering the turbulent period between the late 1960s and late 1980s in Derry-Londonderry, a major display of shots by Irish and international photographers in the City of Culture has intense local......
The Imperial War Museum has announced its programme for its partial reopening at the end of July, returning after a closure of more than six-months.