Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has set aside £11 million to spend on improving the UK’s response to chemical attacks, the Ministry of Defence said.
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A secret nuclear bunker under Whitehall could delay a restoration project on the parliamentary estate, MPs have warned.
A female officer cadet has died in an apparent suicide at the prestigious Sandhurst military academy following a party.
A female officer cadet has been found dead at the renowned Sandhurst military academy in an apparent suicide.
A missile testing range on the Western Isles has recorded one of its busiest years as Nato allies take advantage of the unique facility.
Defence chiefs are poised to hand control of Fort George to Historic Environment Scotland (HES) after the Army is withdrawn from the barracks.
A Tory MSP privately raised fears that military chiefs would break their promise to the Highlands by shutting down the historic Fort George barracks several years early.
The first personnel who will work on a new fleet of RAF planes that will be based in the north-east have arrived in the US to begin training.
Military budget cuts have been blamed for a dramatic fall in the use of a key weapons training range in the Highlands.
The military hardware deployed to stop drones disrupting flights at Gatwick Airport has been withdrawn, the Ministry of Defence said.
RAF Lossiemouth crews tasked with protecting the UK from Russian intruders have had their busiest year since 2015.
Bomb disposal robots with technology that allows human operators to “feel” their way through disarming explosive devices have been delivered to the British Army, the Ministry of Defence said.
The Ministry of Defence has lost £150million in potential savings for the RAF Lossiemouth spy planes due to the drop of British pound caused by Brexit.
Jets from RAF Lossiemouth have been scrambled this morning following reports of an unidentified aircraft approaching UK airspace.
A council is asking the Ministry of Defence to help pay for a £400,000-plus clean-up of contaminated land at an old naval base on an Orcadian island.
A top gun pilot from RAF Lossiemouth has been awarded a bravery medal after destroying booby-trapped trucks and an arms cache during a gruelling Middle East mission.
Special markings now adorn the side of a fighter jet to celebrate the fact that Typhoons operated by the RAF have now passed the 500,000 flying hours mark.
Fighter jets from the north-east were scrambled yesterday to track a suspected Russian military aircraft.
The huge steel frame taking shape at RAF Lossiemouth reveals for the first time the scale of the operation underway.
New contingency plans have been drawn up to evacuate a Highland community if a nuclear submarine accident caused a radioactive cloud to be released.
Military jets in the north-east have been scrambled to intercept Russian bombers approaching UK airspace.
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The air force is poised to make a surprise return to a Moray military base – six years after moving out.
Military officials are attempting to track down thousands of armed forces personnel due to concerns they may have been affected by asbestos.
The first personnel who will be working with the Poseidon P-8s have already started arriving at RAF Lossiemouth.
The multi-million-pound investment into the north-east’s largest air base is now expected to be even bigger than first expected.
A UK Government defence minister believes growth deal funding for Moray will strengthen the bond between the region and its military bases.
NHS Orkney has received a coveted award from the Ministry of Defence in support of the health board’s long support of the armed forces.
North-east air crews based in Romania have been scrambled to intercept a Russian bomber flying over the Black Sea.
More than 8,000 military personnel will have their salaries protected from income tax increases in Scotland.
The remotest bunkhouse on mainland Britain has opened - more than 300 feet above the sea and at a bombing range.
Fears have been raised that anti-crash systems due to be fitted to fast jets at RAF Lossiemouth are “inadequate”.