A team of Moray fighter jet pilots have been deployed with the Royal Malaysian Air Force as part of a high-level training exercise.
Boris Johnson has been meeting military chiefs in Downing Street to ensure the armed forces are “match fit” in the face of any threat to the UK.
The first submarine-hunting spy plane which will touch down at RAF Lossiemouth next year has been named Pride of Moray, and has taken to the skies on its maiden voyage.
More than 1,000 people have visited a Moray military museum in the 12 months since it was first opened.
Military horse riders will retrace a historic 1930s trek on a four-day endurance ride ending at Kinloss.
Drizzling rain and wind could not dampen the spirits of spectators gathered to watch a spectacular showcase in the sky.
City bosses are being urged to push for Aberdeen to host a national celebration of the country’s armed forces.
Former commando, who now lives in St Cyrus, pens third thriller novel inspired by counter-terrorism career
A former special operations commando from Aberdeenshire has published his third thriller novel, inspired by his life in the armed forces.
One Saturday night during the Great War, a youngster called Jimmy Scott and a friend bought some bottles of “porter ale” in the Aberdeenshire village of Methlick.
Major military operations are to hone in on the north west as an extensive training exercise involving 13 countries is to take place over a two-week period.
The future home of the RAF Lossiemouth's new fleet of submarine hunting planes is on target for completion.
For more than a decade they were a dramatic sight in the skies over the north of Scotland.
A badger has been rescued from a military fox hole after falling into the pit and spending hours trying to claw itself out.
New research has revealed the true scale of the emotional difficulties faced by armed force workers at Christmas time.
Celebrities have joined members of the Armed Forces at a red carpet awards ceremony recognising the contributions of the military.
Force for Good: Ex-Navy mine expert ‘eternally grateful’ for help during his transition to civilian life
Life after the armed forces can provide a huge shock to the system for many former personnel.
A Highland businessman has created a 10,000 square foot peace sign directly opposite a military base in a protest against escalating global conflict.
The specialised skills and expertise of Armed Forces veterans are being used to teach Moray schoolchildren how to be their "best selves"
A RAF officer who began her career as a business management student has praised the air force for offering more opportunities to women.
An Aberdeen sailor killed during the First World War has received a full military burial service in France more than a century after his death.
A military-style bayonet has been found in a garden in Kirkwall.
Russian cyber attacks are a greater threat than Russian submarines, according to Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry.
The spectre of the First and Second World Wars still loom large for many today, but for one Nato fleet, clearing up their explosive aftermath remains a matter of life and death.
SNP leader Ian Blackford has queried whether the UK Government has done enough to protect the Far North from Russian incursion.
The long-standing ban on women serving in close-combat fighting roles in the Armed Forces has been lifted first by the RAF Regiment.
North-east man accused of terrorism offences had thousands of documents detailing military techniques
A man accused of committing terrorism offences had thousands of documents downloaded from the internet detailing military techniques on computer equipment, a court heard yesterday.
Hundreds of soldiers have been given a heroes welcome after returning to Aberdeen from tours of Iraq and Ukraine.
A campaign to save a cash-strapped Aberdeen museum from closure is already approaching the halfway mark.
“Brutal cuts” to Scottish military bases, including Fort George, should be reconsidered, according to Veterans Minister Keith Brown.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum in Aberdeen has lodged plans to create a replica World War I trench in an effort to lure more visitors.
North-east health chiefs have joined the armed forces in objecting to a huge 550-home development amid noise concerns.
A Moray war widow will march on parliament to demand that "unfair" rules governing pension payments are overturned.