Today, Thursday 14 March
International Institute for Strategic Studies book launch: 'The Military Balance 2013'.
Royal United Services Institute event: Did Asymmetric Warfare Die with Osama bin Laden?
Tomorrow, Friday 15 March
The last Type 45 destroyer, HMS Duncan, leaves the Clyde.
National Science and Engineering Week (until 24 March).
King's College London War Studies Seminar: The Ethics of Cyber Attacks.
Sunday 17 March
Irish Guards St Patrick's Day parade.
Monday 18 March
TV programme of interest: 'Panorama - The Spies Who Fooled the World', BBC1, 2235hrs. Marking the tenth anniversary of the Iraq War.
King's College London War Studies book launch: Early Trench Tactics in the French Army.
Tuesday 19 March
Type 45 destroyer HMS Dragon deploys.
9 Regiment Royal Logistic Corps freedom parade, Chippenham.
Chatham House Director's Breakfast Briefing - Iraq's Security: Prospects and Realities.
International Institute for Strategic Studies Discussion Meeting: The Future of China, the Rise of Asia, and Implications for the Global Balance of Power.
Wednesday 20 March
Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan arrives at Portsmouth Naval Base.
Future Artillery Conference, London (until 22 March).
TV programme of interest: 'This World - Iraq: Did My Son Die in Vain?', BBC2, 2100hrs. The father of an RAF reservist killed in Basra in 2007 travels to the Iraqi city.
Thursday 21 March
Type 45 destroyer HMS Defender commissioning ceremony.
4 Regiment Army Air Corps parade and memorial service, Colchester.