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FOI responses published by MOD: week commencing 7 December 2015

Ministry of Defence (MOD) Freedom of Information (FOI) responses published during the week commencing 7 December 2015.

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Ministry of Defence (MOD) Freedom of Information (FOI) responses published during the week commencing 7 December 2015.

Published 8 December 2015
Last updated 14 December 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added FOI responses for Number of casualties (killed and wounded) as a result of FLOSY kinetic action 1964 to 1968, Number of DNA samples the MOD Police have taken from children aged 0 to 15 from January 2010 to 21 November 2015.
  2. Added FOI responses for Wessex helicopter crash near Setermeon, Number of British soldiers, seamen and airmen detained at the MCTC, Percentage of Royal Engineer Lance Corporals promoted to Corporal and Corporals promoted to Sergeant at each of their 1st to 5th looks, minutes of the AWE annual review of safety meeting 2014, Number of MDP incidents recorded as an incident type of mental health, Number of British Army personnel who been diagnosed or treated for a mental health disorder 2011 to 2015, Number of personnel and veterans who received a lump sum payment under AFCS and number of ex-service personnel in receipt of a War Pension under WPS as at 31 March 2014, Number of elasticated cordage injuries sustained to MOD personnel, RFA Argus and RFA Diligence out of service dates and planned replacements for both vessels, Inquiry by the RMP to identify army officer who stated a future Labour government would face "a mutiny" as quoted in a number of newspapers, Number of service personnel discharged for being overwieght from the British Army 2013 to 2014, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force 2002 to 2014.
  3. Added FOI responses for Number of people signing up as army recruits, location of their training and total cost per recruit 2005 to 2015, Number of enemy combatants killed in RAF airstrikes in Iraq June to October 2015.
  4. First published.