A runway at a north-east Army base has been handed over to the RAF ahead of the arrival of a new fleet of planes next month.
Search and rescue teams are today searching the area surrounding Glen Duror after reports of concern for a person were received in the area on Sunday.
Typhoon jets sent from the north-east to protect Iceland from intruders have returned after completing their assignment.
A sharp wind whisks across Longside airfield and the landing strip is completely exposed to the elements.
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A new scheme aimed at helping forces families in Moray overcome loneliness has been launched.
The first of a fleet of new submarine-hunting spy planes destined for the north has been officially handed over to the RAF.
The first in a fleet of “game-changing” submarine-hunting jets has been delivered to the RAF.
An Aberdeen air cadet has beaten 34,000 others to be named the organisation's highest flyer.
A Royal Air Force plane declared an on-board emergency while flying near Loch Ness yesterday.
An RAF enthusiast has appealed for information about the identity of a mystery pilot in a portrait he discovered.
An 85-year-old former RAF pilot has been given a £160 fine and three penalty points after admitting driving without due care and attention.
A team of Moray fighter jet pilots have been deployed with the Royal Malaysian Air Force as part of a high-level training exercise.
Three military helicopters have touched down at RAF Lossiemouth for three weeks of intensive exercises.
The Royal Air Force’s links to the north-east have again been celebrated in the christening of its second new P-8 Poseidon spy plane.
Memorial walk for RAF crew who crashed into Bennachie – the first British casualties of the Second World War
A memorial hike will take place in Aberdeenshire next month to mark the 80th anniversary of the first British military casualties of the Second World War.
RAF personnel will be allowed to grow beards for the first time - as long as they are "smart and neatly trimmed".
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.
A teenage serviceman in the north has embarked on a gruelling challenge to become the first person to circumnavigate the entire North Coast 500 route on a BMX bike.
Lossiemouth manager Joe Russell is relishing this weekend’s return to competitive football after missing the end of last season due to work commitments.
During the Cold War that once appeared to threaten the world with destruction, a windswept radar station played a key role in keeping the UK safe.
The first of a new generation of submarine-hunting spy planes in the north-east has been celebrated in the Scottish Parliament.
The first submarine-hunting spy plane which will touch down at RAF Lossiemouth next year has been named Pride of Moray, and has taken to the skies on its maiden voyage.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt will personally inspect preparations for the arrival of the new submarine hunting planes at RAF Lossiemouth next year.
The first of the new submarine hunting aircraft that will touch down at RAF Lossiemouth next year has received its official livery.
A tireless armed forces fundraiser is finally hung up her collection tin after helping to raise £500,000 over the past decade.
The RAF Lossiemouth Voluntary band will be playing an extra special concert later this month.
A new exhibition will shed light on the little-known story of a Scottish distillery that was taken over by the US Navy during the First World War.
Aircraft and personnel from RAF Lossiemouth took part in an Arctic training exercise described as one of the largest in Europe.
A military marathon runner is embarking on an expedition today to become the first person to run the entire North East 250 tourist trail.
An RAF squadron set up at the height of the Cold War is looking to the oil and gas industry as it seeks to bolster its ranks.
Two special services are being held on the Mull of Kintyre tomorrow to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the RAF Chinook disaster.