In a recent operation conducted in the Baltic Sea, NATO mine countermeasures experts successfully neutralised 16 historical sea mines in Estonian territorial waters.
The United Kingdom and the Republic of Korea have signed a new Accord to jointly enforce sanctions against North Korea, focusing on halting its illegal weapons programme.
Embarking from Devonport in early August, HMS Portland's mission included the shadowing of Russian naval vessels and visits to ports from Belfast to Nova Scotia.
MBDA has signed a contract with Sweden for the delivery of Common Anti-air Modular Missiles (CAMMs) for their Visby class corvettes.
A recent drone video provides a striking view of the ongoing construction of two vital but troubled ferries at the Ferguson Marine shipyard in Port Glasgow.
HMS Penzance, a minehunter, was the scene of multiple arrests whilst docked in Dublin after a small group of activists appeared at the vessel to protest non-existent British weapon flights.
The Ministry of Defence has announced plans to procure two new floating docks along with associated infrastructure for Faslane.
Engineers averted what could have been the worst Royal Navy disaster since World War Two.
The fall in the number of 'militarily useful' British vessels from 841 in 2009 to 495 in 2023 represents a 41% decrease.
Neil Gray, the Cabinet Secretary for Wellbeing Economy, Fair Work and Energy, has updated the Scottish Parliament on the new ferries being built at Port Glasgow.