An open day is to be held next week in Inverness to recognise the commitment and dedication of those who complement our armed forces by signing up as reservists.
Today mark's the 80th anniversary of RAF Lossiemouth opening.
A former Royal Marine has set up a special online treatment service for serving military and veterans who are struggling with their mental health.
New research has revealed the true scale of the emotional difficulties faced by armed force workers at Christmas time.
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Life after the armed forces can provide a huge shock to the system for many former personnel.
Dignitaries, senior military figures and locals gathered yesterday at a Highland cemetery to remember the fallen soldiers of the British Indian Army who rest there.
Aberdeen will fall silent on Sunday for a remembrance service with added poignancy.
Hundreds of serving military men and women, comprising both veterans and cadets, paraded along Aberdeen’s Union Street at the weekend to celebrate Armed Forces Day 2018.
A dramatic image of the final moment of a US war photographer's life before she was killed in an explosion has been released by the American military.
Moray volunteers have been presented with a special medal recognising their support of the country's armed forces veterans.
The words "we will remember them" echoed through the heart of Moray's biggest town yesterday as residents gathered to honour the fallen.
A generous donation has been made to a project which aims to support former service personnel.
Military chiefs are battling plans for a £150million housing and leisure development neighbouring one of its north-east training sites.
The streets of Aberdeen city centre were filled with the sound of pipe bands and drums this weekend as the annual Armed Forces Parade got under way.
RAF transport helicopters added a slice of battlefield realism to intense training drills carried out by Moray reserve sqaudrons recently.
Tributes have been paid to an armed forces legend who carved a lasting legacy in Moray, following his death at the age of 97.
Regional airport operator HIAL has become the the first airport group in Scotland to sign the Armed Forces Covenant.
Aberdeen will play host to more than 1,000 past and present members of the Army, Royal Air Force and Navy this weekend for two days of events marking the efforts and sacrifices made by Britain's military.
Hundreds of people are expected to line the streets of Keith this month for Armed Forces Day.
Plans to refurbish Rothiemurchas Lodge near Aviemore will get a £250,000 boost in the Budget today.
The prime minister pledged that none of Scotland's military bases will be sold off as budget cutting measures.
Their motto is "better to die than to be a coward", their weapon of choice a 18-inch curved blade and they are regarded by many as the most fearless soldiers in the world.
A Conservative councillor in Aberdeen has called for more to be done to help the armed forces community in the city.
Aberdeen will host a parade for Scottish troops on their return from Afghanistan tomorrow.
Just 76 overseas-based military personnel have reportedly registered to vote in the independence referendum in the north and north-east.
They were the last Scottish infantry battalion to be stationed in Afghanistan and have played a historic role in the last phases of war.