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.
Flight fans have gathered at air bases across Scotland to say farewell to the RAF's iconic GR4 Tornados.
Top gun pilots from the north-east are preparing to touchdown in Las Vegas for the most challenging warfighting exercise of the year.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to explain why there has never been a judge-led probe into the deaths of three RAF Tornado air-crew in a 2012 tragedy.
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.
RAF Lossiemouth hopes to gather memories from former station personnel who worked on the air base as part of its 80th anniversary celebrations.
A new man has been installed look after standards and discipline on the RAF Lossiemouth base.
One of Scotland’s most distinguished judges has made a “significant” intervention in the battle for a probe into the tragic RAF Tornado crash over the Moray Firth in 2012.
The New Year brought a first baby for a Moray-based Canadian RAF pilot and his wife.
RAF Lossiemouth crews tasked with protecting the UK from Russian intruders have had their busiest year since 2015.
A Moray woman who served with the RAF for more than 30 years has now devoted her life to raising money to help wounded veterans.
A small Moray business which won military contracts handed over its first package to the Ministry of Defence yesterday.
When Michael Mellon was medically discharged from the military after having his leg amputated he "thought his life was over".
Ambitious plans to use military investment as a springboard to transform Moray into a manufacturing and engineering “powerhouse” has been unveiled.
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.
Fighter jets were launched from RAF Lossiemouth on Monday in response to “unidentified aircraft” approaching UK airspace, defence chiefs have said.
Jets from RAF Lossiemouth have been scrambled this morning following reports of an unidentified aircraft approaching UK airspace.
Goodie bags for north-east air crews who will be deployed overseas over Christmas have been sent around the world.
An initiative has been launched in Moray to help local firms benefit from the skills brought to the region by the armed forces.
The UK Government’s defence minister has joined the fight to save a closure-threatened Moray bank.
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.
Money raised at one of Moray's most popular family-friendly events has been distributed to four charities.
The new RAF Lossiemouth facility that will house a fleet of submarine hunters and secure the future prosperity of the region reached a milestone yesterday, as the main structure of the building was completed.
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.
Moray’s local armed forces renew their rivalry as they square off in a Remembrance Sunday friendly match
Two of Moray’s local armed forces renewed their rivalry as they competed in a hard-fought football match.
A mother has completed a 2,000-mile trek across the UK to raise money for the RAF Association.
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.
RAF pilots from Lossiemouth were photographed whilst carrying out their training exercises.
A model aircraft has been presented to an air force heritage centre in Moray to remember a pilot who died 60 years ago.
For 40 years, up until the early 1990s, Avro Shackletons were a distinctive sight and sound in the skies above the Moray Firth. The four-engined planes, a development of the famous wartime Lancaster bomber, remained in service much longer than was planned. Now a new book, Shackleton Boys, by Steve Bond, tells the stories of the men who flew “The Shack”, and kept her in the air.