The flag has finally been lowered at a rescue base in a ceremony ending 44 years of history. HMS Gannet, home to the Royal Navy’s Sea King helico...
Royal Navy search and rescue helicopter crew members will make a final fly-past of some of the scenes of their most daring operations this week.
Crews at the UK’s busiest search and rescue helicopter base have started their final shift. The men and women who fly the Royal Navy’s Sea King...
The Lake District’s two felltop assessors have vowed their work will carry on despite their base being ‘ripped apart’ by flood water.
A Royal Navy rescue helicopter has ‘christened’ a new landing pad at a Scottish hospital. The helipad is perched 14 storeys above ground at Sou...
A Royal Navy helicopter crewman who carried out a rescue in storm-force winds on a Highlands mountain has received a bravery award.
A search and rescue helicopter had to make an unscheduled landing while taking part in an operation to help missing climbers on the UK’s highest mountain.
A walker was airlifted from a remote Ardgour mountain after injuring his leg. The crew of a Royal Navy Sea King search and helicopter winched the m...
Britain’s privatised search and rescue helicopters will carry the livery of HM Coastguard when the service is introduced in 2015.
Aircrews from the Royal Navy’s search and rescue helicopters made an emotional final tour of Scottish communities today.
The crest of the former Royal Navy helicopter rescue base will hang in the new civilian service’s crewroom in recognition of the history and heritage of the Scottish operation.
Rescuers have said a fond farewell to a workhorse that has been involved in hundreds of operations helping outdoor enthusiasts in distress.
Civilian rescue helicopter crews are to start training following the arrival of a new aircraft at its Scottish base.
The civilian search and rescue helicopter base at Inverness was officially launched as the RAF and Royal Navy service entered its final few days in the area.
Crews at the Royal Navy’s search and rescue helicopter base in Scotland had their busiest January on record.
A group of walkers and their dog had to be rescued after getting cut off by a fast-flowing river at a remote Torridon bothy.
Two walkers were airlifted to safety from a Highland peak by a Royal Navy helicopter crew flying in heavy snow in darkness.
Have you been fortunate – or perhaps unfortunate – to have been rescued by one of the Royal Navy’s search and rescue helicopters.