Navy’s new Merlin helicopters up for biggest sub hunt since the Cold War 04/03/2014
The Royal Navy’s new submarine-hunting helicopters will face their greatest test yet when they head into the Atlantic this June in the biggest exercise of its kind this century.Read Full Story
Ready to patrol the waters around the UK once again after a major overhaul followed by intensive training is fishery protection ship HMS Mersey.
Recovering Royal Marines and other troops are taking on the cream of injured US Marine Corps athletes in America.
A Royal Navy helicopter has rescued two walkers from the summit of Buachaille Etive Mor in Glen Coe. The pair had been on the mountain overnight and were mildly hypothermic and very tired – one of the two had a minor leg injury, but they were otherwise unharmed.
One of the longest serving Royal Marine in its history, Colour Sergeant Gavin Young, of 40 Commando, Norton Manor, Taunton, has decided to hang up his coveted Green beret and retire from the Royal Marines after serving 38 years.
Making his first visit to Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose since becoming First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir George Zambellas KCB DSC ADC DL met air base personnel and saw how things had changed since his Sea King Flying days, when serving with 814 Naval Air Squadron.