Thousands of residents gathered in towns and villages across Moray yesterday for Remembrance Sunday services.
An investigation has revealed that a jet fighter and a civilian aircraft came within a couple of hundred feet of each other over Caithness.
A Moray airman studied for his degree while completing gruelling 12-hour shifts repairing fighter jets in a war zone.
An RAF legend has revealed how training in Moray helped harden his resolve ahead of being captured as a prisoner of war during World War II.
Flying aces from RAF Lossiemouth are training in the Arabian desert to prepare for future operations in hot countries abroad.
Hundreds of Moray school children have sampled what life is like supporting the country’s frontline air defence.
Internationally renowned performers will march through the centre of Elgin next month before taking centre stage at the Highland Military Tattoo.
Anti-nuclear campaigners will meet in Moray to press for alternatives to transporting radioactive waste through the region.
The £100 million plan to get RAF Lossiemouth ready for the arrival of a fleet of Poseiden spy planes has got off the ground as the search begins for candidates to fill the first vacancy.
A popular Moray raft race is to return after high winds forced organisers to cancel last year.
An air traffic controller at RAF Lossiemouth who caused a horrific crash on a Moray road has been allowed to keep his driving licence.
A mum-of-two who was seriously injured in a horror crash in Moray had no time to take avoiding action, a court has heard.
Despite serving in Afghanistan and the Middle East during a military career spanning nearly four decades, an RAF veteran has finally conquered his biggest fear on his last day in uniform – riding a horse.
A war veteran has been presented with his military honours more than 70 years after surviving the D-Day landings.
The US Navy will “routinely” base its spy planes at RAF Lossiemouth as the Moray base develops its own fleet tasked with patrolling the North Sea.
The Royal Navy’s “biggest and greatest” warship has left the Cromarty Firth to resume her sea trials after an extended 15-day stay at Invergordon.
An airman, stationed in Moray, has completed a phenomenal fitness challenge as part of his efforts to mark the 100th anniversary of the RAF.
The 120 Squadron began life in 1918, but achieved its greatest success when it was reformed during World War II.
A new era has dawned at RAF Lossiemouth, with the formation of a spy plane squadron destined to become the backbone of the base.
Air traffic controller accused of causing crash that left him and another motorist seriously injured
An RAF Lossiemouth air traffic controller will stand trial after allegedly causing a horrific car crash which left himself and another motorist seriously injured.
One of Scotland's most famous movie stars swapped Trainspotting for plane-spotting on a recent trip to RAF Lossiemouth.
Injured veterans and their carers have shared their stories with each other at a charity cooking workshop.
Hundreds of extra troops are poised to move into Moray's Army base.
Safety fears have been reignited on the anniversary of an RAF Tornado crash over the Moray Firth which killed three airmen.
Moray and Highland councils have joined forces to create a new means of helping military families find their feet in the area.
A children's charity boss has visited RAF Lossiemouth to learn about how they can support the base's massive expansion.
Air aces from RAF Lossiemouth are training their Nigerian counterparts on how to defend their bases, amid rising threats of the sites coming under attack.
A Moray airman is completing an impressive fitness challenge in order to mark the 100th anniversary of the RAF.
A £4.5million maintenance base for Rolls-Royce engines has been opened at RAF Lossiemouth.
The standard of an historic RAF squadron which was based in Moray has been laid up.
A retired RAF search and rescue pilot has returned to Moray to commemorate a frightening operation to rescue fishermen from the North Atlantic.