Two NATO naval groups have conducted three days of training in the Balstic Sea.
The Royal Navy have confirmed that the names of two new fast patrol boats.
HMS Forth has delivered vaccines to the remote British territory of Tristan da Cunha.
Anson, an Astute class attack submarine, has been launched at the BAE Systems yard in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria.
HMS Westminster has completed a 15-week deployment patrolling British waters, the North Atlantic and northern European waters.
The Royal Navy has monitored seven Russian warships passing through the Channel.
The Precision and Approach Landing System system has been installed as a US owned asset.
Anson is due to remain in Barrow for completion until 2022 before leaving for sea trials and joining her older sisters in Scotland.
The Defence Committee recently discussed a capability gap in an anti-ballistic missile defence capability for the Type 45 Destroyers.
MBDA will equip the new Canadian Surface Combatant, a variant of the Type 26 Frigate, with Sea Ceptor missiles.