North East Fife based Royal Marine veteran Mark (not his real name) said bonfire night can be an especially difficult time for combat veterans with mental health issues like him, with the loud bangs, bright lights and strong smells from fireworks causing serious anguish.
A maintenance firm has stepped in to help restore an Arbroath garden trashed by “dimwit” vandals.
“There’s only one other thing that comes close to it and it has to be a firefight.”
An Arbroath woman who fell and broke her ankle while hill walking, has thanked her Royal Marines rescuers.
The Duke of Sussex was reunited with an old forces colleague with whom he once shared a tent during a military exercise, and joked: “Let’s not talk about it.”
The Duke of Sussex has told young Royal Marines recruits they face “blood, sweat and tears” in the months ahead but are in one of the world’s best jobs.
The Duke of Sussex will make a dramatic helicopter entrance when he meets Royal Marines recruits for the first time as their Captain General.
“Dimwit” vandals have trashed a memorial garden in the latest wanton act of vandalism to blight Arbroath this summer.
A leaked report has cast a dark shadow over the long-term future of Arbroath’s military base.
A terminally-ill former Royal Marine from Arbroath has had a beer named after him as he faces his toughest fight yet.