Various papers report that at a press conference in Kabul in Afghanistan Prime Minister David Cameron reiterated that the transition to Afghan National Security Forces control is 'on track', and that British forces will continue to support Afghanistan 'long after 2014'. He will also sign a deal later today to build an officer's training academy modelled on Sandhurst. | Various papers report that senior military figures have warned David Cameron of the dangers of a quick exit from Afghanistan. | The Times has published a piece by Brigadier Doug Chalmers, Commander of Task Force Helmand, who says that success or failure should not be measured by the number of bodies. | Various media report that a Taliban bomb has destroyed 22 NATO tankers carrying fuel for US-led forces in Samangan province. | The Times reports that Britain will receive its first £100m stealth fighter jet today. | The Independent reports that an internal review into the future of Britain's nuclear deterrent is expected to produce a 'menu of options' when it concludes at the end of the year. | The Daily Mirror has published speculation that Home Secretary Theresa May is preparing to put thousands more troops on standby for the Olympics. | The Daily Mirror also reports that shamed security company G4S could be used on the front line because of cuts, ministers have admitted. The statement came in a parliamentary answer which said the MOD would employ such firms 'routinely'. | The Sun reports that there are now twice as many military personnel being deployed for the Olympics than there are in Afghanistan. | Various papers report that injured military personnel will now be able to receive disability payouts for life without ever having to be retested. David Cameron made the announcement during his visit to Afghanistan and said that the military would have a special set of circumstances to avoid them having to prove their injuries later in life. Under the plans, each injured soldier, sailor or airman would receive £130 a week. | The Daily Mail reports that a Second World War veteran had to wait 20 hours in a hospital Accident and Emergency department before being treated and his family have complained that this was no way to treat someone who fought for their country. | Various papers report that police in Dubai who are searching for a missing sailor who vanished seven weeks ago say they have found the taxi driver who is believed to have given him a lift. | The Daily Mail reports that a banker who stole more than £9,000 from Help for Heroes at RAF Valley has been given a suspended sentence. | The Financial Times reports that US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta says they are fully committed to the Joint Strike Fighter programme, despite speculation it could face the axe in light of significant budget cuts.