Thousands of people lined the sea walls to welcome home Britain’s second and newest aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, as it sailed into its base at Portsmouth for the first time.
Britain’s second and newest aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, is set to sail into its home port of Portsmouth for the first time.
Family and friends turned out to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the sinking HMS Royal Oak yesterday.
British supersonic stealth jets are being taken by the HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier to conduct advanced trials with the US military.
Britain's newest aircraft carrier – the £3bn HMS Prince of Wales – cruised in to the Cromarty Firth today to restock on fuel and supplies at Invergordon.
They travelled thousands of miles from home to the Highlands, and played a vital part in bringing the Great War to an end.
Engineering giant Babcock has been named the preferred bidder for the £1.3 billion contract to build a new fleet of Royal Navy frigates.
A rescue system that can evacuate submariners from a stricken vessel is setting off to take part in a Nato exercise.
The dozens of corridors aboard the Royal Navy’s largest-ever warship have been named after the famous streets of Edinburgh and London to help their sailors feel at home.
The Royal Navy’s £3 billion aircraft carrier is to set sail for the US where British fighter jets will take off from its flight deck for the first time.
A coastguard rescue team came across more than they bargained for on a routine patrol after discovering some unspent rockets dating back to the rehearsals for the D-Day landings.
An north-east navy veteran whose sight loss had rendered him housebound has conquered two Munros for charity.
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.
An aviation heritage centre has added a new helicopter to its collection.
The captain of the largest and most powerful ship ever built for the Royal Navy has been sacked for misusing its official car, it has been reported.
Commemorations will take place later this month to mark the 100th anniversary of the final journey of the World War One Jellicoe Express.
Coastguard crews called to a Moray beauty spot following the discovery of a deadly explosive got more than they bargained for when they stumbled upon another, even larger, device at the same time.
A Highland road was closed earlier today following the discovery of a suspected unexploded device.
Major military operations are to hone in on the north west as an extensive training exercise involving 13 countries is to take place over a two-week period.
A Royal Navy warship had to be scrambled to the Moray Firth earlier this week in response to the appearance of four Russian vessels.
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A council is asking the Ministry of Defence to help pay for a £400,000-plus clean-up of contaminated land at an old naval base on an Orcadian island.
Orkney Council is facing a bill of up to £384,000 to clean up an oil spill caused by the navy decades ago at Lyness port.
New contingency plans have been drawn up to evacuate a Highland community if a nuclear submarine accident caused a radioactive cloud to be released.
Royal Navy warships are now closer to flanking north-east fishing vessels into disputed French waters after high-level talks failed to resolve an explosive “war” over scallops.
A Royal Navy warship has returned to Aberdeen for the first time in nearly three years.
A Moray charity have issued a call for more volunteers to help their organisation grow stronger and help out more local youngsters.
Orkney Islands Council is seeking to employ an experienced consultant to oversee the multi-million-pound redevelopment of the Scapa Flow Museum.
A maritime patrol craft from the Royal Navy has toured the north-east ahead of formal links being established with the force.
Five Royal Navy Fast Inshore Patrol Vessels are heading north for a tour of Scotland during the Easter holidays.
One of the Royal Navy’s most sophisticated mine-hunting ships has sailed into Orkney’s Stromness Harbour.
Bomb disposal experts from the Royal Navy have today detonated a 500kg Second World War bomb found in the River Thames.