An unidentified British soldier who died in the First World War was laid to rest with full military honours in front of hundreds of people who turned out to pay their respects.
Ministry of Defence
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.
Cuts to the defence budget in recent years have left the British Army half as capable as it once was, a former Chief of the General Staff has said.
Britain’s relationship with Oman is a longstanding and historical one that extends far beyond the military, a senior officer from the Gulf state’s military has said.
Aerial bombardments by British forces have destroyed a significant number of Islamic State terror group command posts, tunnel networks and weapons in Syria.
Former army troops axed for illegal drug offences are being paid up to £10,000 to return to service in “specialised roles”, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed.
The families of two men shot dead on Bloody Sunday have been awarded a total of £700,000 in damages, their solicitor has said.
A Coldstream Guardsman who was the first to wear a turban during Trooping the Colour is reportedly among a number of soldiers under investigation for alleged drugs misuse.
UK-created artificial intelligence that scans battlefields to detect hidden attackers has been successfully trialled.
Military jets in the north-east have been scrambled to intercept Russian bombers approaching UK airspace.
A cyber-force unit that will combat terrorist groups and domestic gangs is to be set up, it has been reported.
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The air force is poised to make a surprise return to a Moray military base – six years after moving out.
A supersonic stealth jet has completed its first test flight armed with British missiles.
Military officials are attempting to track down thousands of armed forces personnel due to concerns they may have been affected by asbestos.
An alert has been issued to military personnel who worked on Sea King helicopters warning they might have been exposed to asbestos, it has been reported.
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.
The Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth is setting sail to the US to carry out flight trials with the supersonic F-35B Lightning II.
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”.
Air force crews destined for the north-east have been putting the UK’s latest submarine-hunting aircraft through its paces.
Air crews from the north-east have forged friendships with comrades in Eastern Europe while on a mission there to defend the region.
Education kits to encourage youngsters to consider careers in engineering and the sciences have been handed out in Moray schools.
Moray-based aircrews are called to the cockpits of their Typhoon fighter jets in “heightened readiness” every few days, it has emerged.
The first images of what the RAF’s newest fleet of spy planes will look like when they touch down in the north-east of Scotland have been released.