WATCH: Building the new River class Offshore Patrol Vessels

Take a look inside the BAE shipbuilding halls as the first steel is cut for HMS Trent, a new offshore patrol vessel for the Royal Navy.

F-35C completes carrier tests ahead of schedule

The F-35 Integrated Test Force has completed the third and final shipboard developmental test phase for the F-35C one week earlier than scheduled.

HMS Daring to deploy to the Gulf

HMS Daring, a Type 45 Destroyer, is tasked with protecting American aircraft carriers and allied vessels conducting strikes against Islamic State.

Second supercarrier takes on first crew

Royal Navy personnel have become the first crew to join HMS Prince of Wales, currently being assembled in Rosyth, Scotland. Twelve people, the first of...

New crew join HMS Chiddingfold in Bahrain

Bahrain based minehunter HMS Chiddingfold has 'new owners' in the form of Crew 3 from the Hunt class Mine Countermeasures Squadron.

HMS Illustrious set to sail to Turkey on her final voyage

The following is a press release from the Ministry of Defence regarding the scrapping of HMS Illustrious.

Scottish Secretary highlights UK defence benefits

Scottish Secretary David Mundell was in Faslane to examine how the redevelopment of the base will continue to provide regional and national benefits.

HMS Illustrious sold for £2.1 million

HMS Illustrious is to be sold for scrap in a £2.1 million deal after schemes to preserve her for the nation have now been abandoned.

Nuclear submarine HMS Trenchant rejoins the fleet

HMS Trenchant has been reintegrated into the fleet after undergoing a maintenance period featuring a weapon and sensors upgrade.

New lights to ‘guide the way’ for Queen Elizabeth carriers

Work on new lights in Portsmouth harbour nears completion to help guide the Queen Elizabeth carriers.



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