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.
Around 300 passengers were “quarantined” after two RAF Typhoon jets escorted their Air India flight to London Stansted Airport because of a reported bomb threat.
A passenger plane has been escorted by two RAF Typhoon jets to London Stansted Airport after a reported bomb threat.
The supersonic F-35B Lightning II is the cutting-edge aircraft which has taken part in active British operations for the first time.
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.
The RAF has two of its jets deployed in Estonia have been scrambled twice in recent days to intercept Russian aircraft.
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.
An Aberdeen councillor has written to the defence secretary inviting her to the city as the local authority continues with its vision of making the Granite City Scotland’s “friendliest” to veterans.
The Church of Scotland has made a fresh call for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) not to destroy records relating to the worst RAF peacetime disaster.
Air crews from the north-east have jetted-off to Scandinavia to take part in a massive training operation.
Two RAF fighter jets came within feet of each other over a Scottish airbase in an incident rated as a “high risk” by the body that investigates near misses.
An airman who honed his skills with a storied fighter squadron has now taken command of the RAF Lossiemouth-based fleet.
A former soldier who served in Iraq claims lunches with other war veterans in Aberdeen have helped to save his life.
Three brothers who died in RAF service have been remembered with the unveiling of new planes bearing their names.
A new collection of stories about RAF Nimrod aircrafts housed in Kinloss for many years has been released.
Rooting around a flea market near Newcastle a collector of all things wartime was astonished to find a rare item with links to the north-east.
It was a day of celebration at RAF Lossiemouth yesterday as the base welcomed a fourth Typhoon squadron.
Today mark's the 80th anniversary of RAF Lossiemouth opening.
RAF Lossiemouth remains at the forefront of the UK's defence, 80 years after it first opened as part of the country's war efforts.
A Second World War veteran returned to RAF Lossiemouth on her 94th birthday to share memories of a bygone age at the base.
The first fuselage of a fleet of submarine-hunting aircraft destined for RAF Lossiemouth has been completed.
A major NATO exercise taking place across Scotland's skies and waters came to an end this week.
A famed former RAF training aircraft returned to its Highland base yesterday after making the mammoth journey north from Coventry.
Students and instructors from Glasgow will arrive at RAF Lossiemouth later this month for training.