Russia is conducting an air force exercise involving more than 25 fighter jets and fighter bombers of different types in the Barents Sea area.

Security service agents from Murmansk, Arkhangelsk and Nenets conduct a major joint exercise at one of the country’s main Arctic oil installations.

Norway has spent more than NOK 20 billion on new state-of-the-art frigates, but staff officers flee the navy for better jobs.

The proposed design for Russia’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carriers is outdated and will be scrapped, Navy leaders say.

Sweden wants joint weaponry with its Nordic neighbors. Finland is positive towards the idea.

Aims at prolonging the fatigue life of the radar operated by the Norwegian Intelligence in Vardø, near the coastal border to Russia’s Kola Peninsula.

Russian Defense Ministry doesn’t let Rosatom decommission the Northern Europe’s most dangerous nuclear Lepse ship.

An abandoned Norwegian sailing boat was found drifting in the Southern parts of the Atlantic Ocean by Russian naval vessels late last week.

Trials of Russia’s two newest nuclear-powered submarines are put on hold following an unsuccessful launch of a Bulava submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) on Friday.

A series of ice-class vessels will be built to protect strategic interests in Arctic waters, the Russian Ministry of Defence announces.

The number of risks connected with developments in the Arctic is increasing, secretary of Russia’s Security Council says.

Russia drops 350 paratroopers over the far northern New Siberian Islands in one of the country’s biggest airdrop operations in the Arctic ever.

A monument devoted to the “creators of the Russian nuclear shield” is to be erected at Belushya Guba, the main settlement at the Novaya Zemlya.

“Does Finland want to start World War III,” asks the Russian President’s personal envoy Sergei Markov ahead of Lavrov´s visit to Turku.

During the celebrations of last year’s Navy Day the Presidents of the Russian Federation and Ukraine were pr