Author: Military History Monthly

Civilization V : Powered by Intel

This is the fifth offering in the multi-award winning Civilization PC gaming strategy series featuring the famous “just one more turn” addictive gameplay that has made it one of the greatest game series of all time.


Closed: National Army Museum Celebrity Speakers Tickets

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED On 27 November from 10.30-17.30, the National Army Museum is hosting a day of celebrity speakers on a wide range of WWII campaigns and conflicts, from Northern Europe to the Western Desert, from Italy to the Far East.  Military Times has four tickets for this event to give away to four lucky winners. […]

Sea Harrier over Dunsfold - Military Times - Mark Bromley

Exclusive Harrier image gallery by Mark Bromley

Harriers are the subject of our latest image gallery by artist Mark Bromley. Originally commissioned for the Heritage collection at BAE Systems, these paintings are a tribute to the world famous jump jet.

Closed: 10 Commando Comic Packs to be won

Military Times has an exclusive prize for ten lucky readers this month. We have ten small collections of Commando magazines to give away, all signed by Commando editor Calum Laird.


Wings over the Desert by Desmond Seward

Desmond Seward’s Wings over the Desert is the story of his pugnacious Franco-Irish father, Eric, who used family connections to join the RFC and serve ‘in a hot climate’. He flew many sorties over the Sinai and Palestine, crashing 6 times and, in what was to become known as the ‘Seward Exploit’, ditching in the […]


Fleet Air Arm Museum

100 years of Naval Aviation: The Fleet Air Arm Museum: Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton We have sent military archaeologist Keith Robinson to report on a new exhibition at RNAS Yeovilton, in celebration of 100 years of naval aviation. One of the good things about the Fleet Air Arm Museum at RNAS Yeovilton, besides […]