A World War II veteran has been treated to an air force themed 100th birthday.
Scottish War Blinded
A Second World War veteran who appealed to be reunited with his fellow prisoners of war has met the son of one of his former comrades.
Soldiers Jimmy Johnstone and Bert Petrie joined two other prisoners of war in an attempt to escape from their Nazi captors.
A group of Scottish veterans with sight loss have enjoyed a day out at Grampian Transport Museum.
98-year-old former prisoner of war from Aberdeen searching for other soldiers who survived Nazi camps
An Aberdeen man who was imprisoned for five years by the Nazis is searching for survivors of the POW camps.
Reaching the grand old age of 95 and losing his sight has done nothing to stop a Highland WWII veteran scaling new heights.
An north-east navy veteran whose sight loss had rendered him housebound has conquered two Munros for charity.
An Elgin veteran is refusing to let sight loss derail his artistic endeavours by embracing more unconventional forms of art and design.
An Inverness veteran who has significant sight loss after suffering a stroke is regaining his life-long fishing hobby with the support of a vision impairment charity.
New connections were forged and old friends reconnected as veterans with sight loss came together to celebrate Scottish War Blinded’s annual Northern Gathering in Inverness.
A "groundbreaking" project for armed forces veterans in the north-east is in the running to receive a national charity award.
Veterans across Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire have come together for a special reunion.
Veterans with sight loss have the chance to make new connections through a number of lunch groups across the Highlands and Moray.
A north-east RAF veteran is urging the public "not to underestimate" the visually-impaired.
A north-east veteran has hailed a charity for helping him overcome blindness and live life to the full.
A Peterculter man has regained his love for music, art and literature as a result of his work with the charity Scottish War Blinded.
Three of Scotland’s leading charities have combined forces to improve the lives of veterans across Scotland.
A unique tapestry created by north-east women’s institute members in the 1940s has been discovered nearly a decade after it went missing.