Various papers report that US Secretary of State John Kerry has visited President Karzai in Kabul as Bagram prison was handed over from American to Afghan control. | The Daily Mail reports that a material developed by the MOD in the Second World War to combat chemical attacks will be incorporated into a Marks and Spencer suit to combat sweating. | Various papers report that Britain's Search and Rescue service, run by the RAF and Royal Navy for more than 70 years, is to be privatised and run by a US-based firm. | The Independent reports that Kim Sengupta reports on the anticipated upheaval from the British Army's return home from Germany. | The Guardian reports that a majority of Britons support the 'targeted killing' of terrorists, both overseas and at home, according to a YouGov poll. | The Daily Mirror reports that a girl's dream of joining the Royal Navy could be dashed by her alopecia. | The Guardian reports that a Republican terrorist group has claimed that a car bomb found in Northern Ireland was intended for detonation at the hotel where David Cameron, Barack Obama and other world leaders will stay for the G8 summit in June. | Various papers report that there is further coverage of the RAF Valley Search and Rescue mission to assist a family trapped in their home in North Wales among wider reporting of extreme weather conditions which appear to have lead to the death of a 3-year-old in Croydon. | The Daily Mail reports that Prince Harry will spend a week touring the US in May to promote the cause of injured Service personnel.