The region is to lose its only air sea rescue base as part of a radical reshuffle of the service.
The base at Wattisham in Suffolk has been home to 2 RAF Sea King helicopters covering the East coast.
Now the private firm Bristow is to take over the service from the armed forces, and the Wattisham operation will move to Manston in Kent.
A secret underground military base which has now been decommissioned has been put up for sale on the auction site Ebay. ITV Anglia's Laura Jones reports.
Aircrew from Marham honoured for Libya missionsRead the full story ›
The future of the RAF base at Marham in Norfolk is being raised in Parliament.
Tornado warplanes are currently stationed there but they are due to be replaced by a new aircraft called the Joint Strike Fighter.
South West Norfolk MP Liz Truss is due to ask the Defence Secretary today for a commitment that Marham will remain open once the Tornado fleet is taken out of service and that the new JSF will be stationed there
A Spitfire is due to make a flypast at a ceremony marking the pending closure of an RAF base in Bedfordshire in operation since 1939.Read the full story ›
An RAF helicopter has made a forced landing in the village of Stanwick in Northamptonshire. The Merlin helicopter landed in a field just after six this evening, after the crew detected a fault.
The Ministry of Defence say the aircraft will stay there overnight until the problem can be investigated in the morning.
The future of the derelict site of the former RAF Colitshall airbase in Norfolk could soon be decided.Read the full story ›
A collection of RAF memorabilia has been put together at RAF Wittering to mark centenary of the world's oldest flying military squadron.Read the full story ›
Apache helicopter pilots based at Wattisham in Suffolk are among 120 servicemen and women invited to the House of Commons on Tuesday 24th April to mark their work in Libya.
They'll take part in a parade, which will be followed by an RAF flypast over the River Thames.
Some of the country's most senior armed forces commanders will be in Norfolk today to sign a new Community Covenant. Members of the Royal Navy, army and Royal Airforce will gather with community leaders to offer practical help to the county's military community.
More than 8,000 service personnel and their families live in Norfolk.