The first in a fleet of “game-changing” submarine-hunting jets has been delivered to the RAF.
Members of a Moray-based air force squadron with historic links to Montrose paraded through the town on Friday to exercise their Freedom of Angus.
It was the daring River Tay rescue mission “in the most atrocious conditions imaginable” which saved the lives of a stricken ship’s crew 40 years ago today.
Sir, - Mr. A Hinnrichs’ conflations become ever more bizarre (July 23).
You read this column for my modesty and because I’m usually right.
A party from the Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre was among the guests at RAF Lossiemouth for the opening of No.2 (AC) Squadron’s new purpose built Squadron headquarters.