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This year
Gone today, hair tomorrow: Irish Defence Forces to allow members to grow beards
Last year
Air Corps plane on flight from Dublin made emergency landing after losing engine power
All time
Action on pay imperative if Govt serious about overhauling Defence Forces, PDFORRA insists
New radar project to track jets and drones across Irish airspace could cost €300 million
Buying a new Govt jet under consideration as current plane is 'nearing the end of life'
Planning permission refused for Wicklow wind farm due to nearby Air Corps activity
Pictures: On an anti-terror exercise with Ireland's special forces
Defence Forces told it must hand back millions in unspent budget, Government confirms
New centre to help serving and retired Defence Forces personnel opens in Cork
PDFORRA: Rule forcing premature retirement of experienced soldiers makes 'no logical sense'
Outgoing head of Defence Forces says Government cuts to military have caused 'frustration'
Chemical exposure claims: Five years on from protected disclosures Air Corps whistleblowers still 'waiting for justice'
Covid-19 forces socially distanced celebrations for National Services Day
One year on from Supreme Court victory, an Air Corps whistleblower still hasn't received vital documents
Investigation begins after door falls from Air Corps helicopter and lands on Dublin school grounds
Government spends €5.2m on new aircraft to help Covid-19 response
Irish Air Corps makes first delivery of Covid-19 tests to German lab
'Significant restrictions' on emergency helicopter service on days when Air Corps not available
Defence Forces officers vote to accept €10m allowance proposals
'Time is running out - this is a men's health scandal': Air Corps whistleblower opens up about his fight for justice
Cabinet approves plans to train two Air Corps pilots in Australia in bid to address retention crisis
Former Air Corps mechanic says fight against State 'back on' after Supreme Court victory
Calls for investigation as gardaí alerted to alleged smuggling at Baldonnel Airfield
Air Corps whistleblower claims death toll from chemical-linked illnesses surpasses 72
Five men arrested and drugs seized as Defence Forces assist in inter-agency operation at sea
Temporary ban on drones to be enforced in parts of Dublin and Knock during Pope visit
Man airlifted to hospital as thousands climb Croagh Patrick
Gardaí probe Wexford fire after reports that barbecue caused huge beach blaze
Air Corps deployed to battle blazes in six different counties
Defence Forces looking to recruit 480 people to help 'defend against modern threats'
Watch: The Beast in the West - stunning Air Corps video taken over Galway
'Today I am passing you a list of 56 verified deaths of serving and former colleagues. Average age: 48'
Surge in women joining Defence Forces after €360,000 is spent on recruitment campaigns
Attempts to dismiss serving Air Corps whistleblower on medical grounds 'not a disciplinary procedure'
Irish Coast Guard and Air Corps no longer able to transport patients to UK at night
Suicide, cancer and organ failure - today we list all the alleged victims of the Air Corps chemical scandal
Over 1,000 Defence Forces members bought their way out in the last five years
On the hunt for a job? The Defence Forces have launched a new recruitment campaign
'We need to be vindicated. Friends are dead or dying': Air Corps report due this week
Air Corps controversy: Minister says reports on toxicity at Baldonnel 'can't be found'