01 December 2017: National Army Museum is publishing the story of Captain Allastair McReady-Diarmid, exactly 100 years after his death at Moeuvres, near Cambrai.
23 November 2017: The National Army Museum is publishing a collection of objects which reveal the death of an ordinary soldier, Private Percy Ottley, and the impact on his loved ones at home.
16 November 2017: On 17 March 2018, the National Army Museum will open its first major exhibition since reopening in March 2017.
31 October 2017: Captain Walter Bagot-Chester won the Military Cross (MC) for his command in the Third Battle of Gaza, which he paid for with his life.
17 September 2017: Lieutenant Oliver Stewart of the Royal Flying Corps achieved the status of ‘ace’ on the Western Front, winning the Military Cross for his actions.
28 July 2017: Wounded in action on 28 July 1917, Second Lieutenant Cyril Edwards became the first officer to undergo a blood transfusion in a front-line hospital.
29 June 2017: The National Army Museum announces the launch of its new Learning Programme.
16 May 2017: The National Army Museum is publishing the drawings and watercolours of Lieutenant Richard Barrett Talbot Kelly, who, as a Forward Observation Officer, had a front row seat of the Arras offensive.
11 April 2017: The National Army Museum is publishing the photographs and correspondence of Second Lieutenant Douglas McKie, exactly a hundred years after his death.
28 March 2017: The National Army Museum has unveiled its dramatic transformation following the three-year £23.75 million re-development, including £11.5 million from The National Lottery.
14 March 2017: The new National Army Museum will open to the public with its first temporary exhibition, War Paint: Brushes with Conflict.
28 February 2017: Today, the National Army Museum rolls out its vibrant new brand and website. The brand reflects a stronger and more focused identity both online and offline.
23 January 2017: Today, the National Army Museum has announced that it will open to the public on 30 March 2017 after a three-year £23.75 million re-development project including £11.5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
6 January 2017: The previously unseen personal photographs of a Welsh soldier who served in Egypt during the First World War are being published online by the National Army Museum.