A supersonic jet fighter is expected to take off from the Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth in the UK for the first time after being brought back home aboard following flight trials in the US.
The Prince of Wales will attend the commissioning ceremony of his namesake £3.1 billion aircraft carrier.
The Duke of Cambridge took to the high seas to learn about the role of Royal Navy sailors helping to protect British-flagged ships from Iranian attack.
President Donald Trump has nominated a new Navy secretary following the removal of Richard Spencer over the case of a Seal who was facing disciplinary action following his acquittal over alleged war crimes in Iraq.
The US Navy secretary has said he does not consider a tweet by President Donald Trump an order and would need a formal order to stop a review of a sailor who could lose his status as a Navy Seal.
The bomb squad was called to a picturesque north-east beach after an unexploded device was discovered.
The Ministry of Defence has been condemned for a “dismal” failure to dispose of obsolete nuclear-powered submarines.
From the battlefield to the bakery aisle – new study show soldiers are finding new work in supermarkets
New study findings suggest ex-soldiers should head to Tesco to find work.
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 north-east MP has appealed to the UK Government to reverse an “ill-advised decision” six years ago that left the north-east without a permanent naval presence.
Four mine hunters left their north-east berth at the weekend as they set sail for a new operation clearing explosives from the Baltic seabed.
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.
A maritime patrol craft from the Royal Navy has toured the north-east ahead of formal links being established with the force.
A Second World War explosive hidden on a Scottish beach since rehearsals for the D-Day landings has been blown up.
Nearly 190 lives lost a century ago in a double naval tragedy that only saw one survivor will be remembered in Orkney next month.
Sounds hauntingly reminiscent of World War II rang out on the Nairnshire coastline last night as bomb disposal experts rendered a series of wartime devices safe.
One of the last survivors of the brutal Arctic missions, which helped turn the tide of war into an Allied victory spoke emotionally at the weekend of his huge respect for the thousands of colleagues who perished.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and cyber warfare will be used by the Royal Navy in major war games to begin in Scotland this week.
Bomb disposal experts last night urged people to steer clear of suspicious devices after it was reported that a group of children were caught playing with a live war-time explosive on a Highland beach.
A World War II explosive unearthed during works to create an offshore wind farm has been detonated at a Moray beach.
Bomb squad experts have delicately moved a World War II missile towards the Moray coast as they get ready to blow it up.
A navy helicopter has joined a huge community search for a fisherman who went missing when his crab boat sank off the Western Isles.
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.
A group of scuba divers have launched an appeal to find the relatives of a captain who died following the sinking of his ship in World War I.
An Aberdeen World War II veteran is to receive a medal of valour from the Russian government in recognition of his services protecting the vital Arctic Convoys during the conflict.