# Defence Forces

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Coveney tells committee that new Defence Forces funding will be 'about people'
Members of Defence Forces concerned about Cabinet approval of army standby for Dublin Airport
A year on: Inside the Defence Forces response against the HSE ransomware hack
Defence Forces spend over €110,000 outside procurement process in response to Ukrainian refugee crisis
Security dispute after ERU Gardaí used instead of Army Rangers for Coveney visit to Ukraine
Tent camp, warehouses, arenas and Citywest hotel may house refugees by Easter
Government purchases two ships for naval service from New Zealand
Independent review into Defence Forces allegations now accepting submissions
High Court challenge brought over order preventing off-duty soldiers attending protests
TD calls for Ireland to provide anti-tank weapons to Ukraine
Ambassador says report on Defence Forces portrays Russia as 'bogeyman'
Report detailing military weaknesses sends clear and 'blunt' message to govt - Coveney
Long-awaited report finds Ireland's Defence Forces in need of 'transformational change'
Coveney's focus on Defence portfolio brought into question by some after Russia controversy
Defence Commission to recommend major changes including larger navy and more cyber specialists
Junior minister describes allegation of sexual assault at Dublin barracks as 'horrific'
Defence Forces release images of Russian, French and US ships in international waters off Ireland
Loss of skilled Defence Forces staff due to poor pay 'has left Ireland vulnerable'
Women of Honour told 'no change' to structure of review during meeting with Taoiseach
Defence Forces have been 'under-resourced for a long time', Coveney says
Army instructor convicted of sexually assaulting female recruit has sentencing adjourned
Criticism over Cathal Brugha Barracks study as Ryan spokesperson says 'no final decision' made
Lisa Smith married a member of al Qaida while in Syria, court hears
Department issues warning over 'serious safety risks' posed by Russian missile tests
Women of Honour Group to meet Taoiseach after Defence meeting walk out
Women of Honour group slams 'pointless' review into Defence Forces sexual misconduct allegations
Over 190 Irish troops return following six-month deployment to South Lebanon
Soldiers accused of assaulting fellow recruit challenge refusal to allow them to graduate
Tom Clonan: Dozens have contacted me since Women of Honour with stories of sexual assault and bullying
Confidential contact appointed for former and serving Defences Force members
Spot loud flashes and choppers flying over Ringsend this week? Don't worry it was just a drill
Defence Forces 'commends bravery' of female members who came forward to make harassment complaints
Opposition parties call for inquiry into abuse in the Defence Forces
‘I hated myself’: Female soldiers speak up about abuse in the Defence Forces
PHOTOS: The Army Rangers' mission to evacuate Irish people from Afghanistan
Investigation underway into alleged sexual assault of Defence Forces member
Defence Forces deployed 'ethical hackers' to fight back against massive HSE cyber attack
The CIS Corps deployed experts trained to think like cyber criminals to tackle the threat, Niall O'Connor reports.
Captain Steve Keane is a lead officer in the CIS Corps and spoke about the unit's work on the HSE cyber attack.
Soldiers hunted for the hacker online and also deployed a decryption tool.
Representative group for Defence Forces officers set to criticise Government over 'ticking retention timebomb'
Army removes World War Two-era artillery shell found in north Dublin city centre
First female Defence Forces officer achieves rank of Major General