The Plymouth-based helicopter carrier is filled with aid from the UK and Gibraltar Governments.Read the full story ›
Troops of Taunton's 40 Commando and Plymouth-based HMS Ocean are part of the forces providing support in the Caribbean.Read the full story ›
The Royal Navy's Plymouth-based fleet flagship has set sail for the Caribbean with emergency supplies for territories destroyed by the stormRead the full story ›
Royal Marines from the 40 Commando unit in Taunton are in the Caribbean helping communities devastated by Hurricane Irma.Read the full story ›
The Ministry of Defence has announced that HMS Ocean will be sent to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
The Plymouth-based warship is currently on her final deployment.
She will accompany a military task force to the Caribbean to support devastated communities.
Winds of 185 miles per hour has already destroyed areas in teh islands of Barbuda and St Martin. It is now heading for the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic.
HMS Ocean has arrived in the Baltic Region for a major multi-national exercise.
The Plymouth-based Royal Navy amphibious warship is the NATO flagship for BALTOPS 2016.
16 other countries are taking part in the war-fighting exercise, which aims to show NATO's commitment to the Baltic Region.
HMS Ocean has the Commander Amphibious Task Force and Commander Land Forces onboard. Helicopters from 814 and 845 Naval Air Squadrons from RNAS Yeovilton in Somerset are also embarked.
The Royal Naval took part in a training exercise off the Cornwall coast. It involved HMS Buwark, HMS Ocean, frigates and helicopters.Read the full story ›
Navy officers from Plymouth based HMS Bulwark and HMS Ocean have been taking part in a land and sea training exercise in Cornwall.Read the full story ›
Her Majesty the Queen is due to make a special visit to HMS Ocean in Plymouth today.
The ships' company has spent the week rehearsing for the event and it's made even more special because the Queen is the sponsor of HMS Ocean and officially launched her in 1995.
Bugler Steven Booth, HM Royal Marines Band, is particularly looking forward to her visit.
Royal Marine Commandos training to operate landing craft from HMS Ocean, HMS Bulwark and HMS Albion are moving into a new purpose built base at Devonport today.
They're heading in convoy from their current base at Poole in Dorset.