The family of Harry Dunn have pleaded with the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to undertake an “urgent” review into road safety around US military bases after the teenager’s death.
Poor management of the infrastructure to build and maintain Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent has led to years of delays and cost overruns of more than £1 billion, the Whitehall spending watchdog has warned.
The Ministry of Defence has donated 14,000 unused ration packs to food waste charity FareShare in time for Christmas.
Incidents of racism in the armed forces are happening with “increasing and depressing frequency”, its official ombudsman has warned.
Craig Stanford has been working as an archaeologist on one of Scotland's most remote places for the last three years.
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has said it may investigate the British military for the first time after allegations that war crimes had been committed, it has been reported.
The first in a fleet of “game-changing” submarine-hunting jets has been delivered to the RAF.
An 11-year-old singer from Harris sang his way to victory yesterday to become the recipient of a special memorial award.
Three young performers from the West Coast are celebrating their achievements after securing first place during another day of tough competitions.
Here are the results in full from day one of the Royal National Mod 2019:
RAF Lossiemouth Typhoons were scrambled yesterday to intercept Russian aircraft monitoring British watercraft.
Typhoon pilots from RAF Lossiemouth have been praised by the defence secretary after they were involved in two separate incidents with Russian aircraft on Thursday.
One of the most prominent celebrations of the Gaelic language could be heading back to Argyll.
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.
It is arguably the least used road in the country - partly because it goes through a bombing range.
The UK’s public spending watchdog has branded the Ministry of Defence’s plan for buying new equipment “unaffordable”, with a £7 billion shortfall identified over the next ten years.
The largest commercial sponsor says it is “reviewing” its commitment to funding the Royal National Mod in 2019.
This year's Royal National Mod is in full flow in Dunoon, with competitors from across Scotland gathering to celebrate Gaelic literature, music and culture.
An Aberdeen MSP has written to the Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson calling for action on veteran suicides, and has accused the Ministry of Defence of a “ dereliction of duty”.
A UK Government defence minister believes growth deal funding for Moray will strengthen the bond between the region and its military bases.
The young winner of the best performance award at the 2018 Lewis Provincial Mod was the special guest of the Western Isles Council yesterday.
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.
The countdown to a record-breaking event which will generate more than £2 million to the Lochaber economy began yesterday.
A multimillion-pound military upgrade for the Western Isles and neighbouring outpost of St Kilda has secured funding.
Hundreds of extra troops are poised to move into Moray's Army base.
An RAF technician who had been singled out for a blossoming future in the force now faces a career in ruins - after he smuggled a woman onto a military base in the boot of his car.
Defence chiefs are poised to win permission next week for a multimillion pound upgrade of the country's most remote base at St Kilda.
The future of the Hebrides Range in Uist will remain secure until 2028 with a £60million investment, it was announced yesterday.
A spending watchdog has warned that Britain's military bases have deteriorated so badly they could affect the operational readiness of the country's armed forces.
Historic Fort George will be axed as part of "brutal" cuts to military bases in Scotland - but has been given a 15-year stay of execution.
A ferocious war of words over the future of two military bases in the north has escalated with a Scottish Government minister branding the UK Government "disrespectful."
Calls have been made for defence chiefs to increase their presence at Kinloss, rather than pulling out.