South West personnel are among the one-in-seven naval staff working on Christmas Day.
Royal Naval divers have refloated a sunken swan nesting site after a plea from a bird lover.
The Royal Navy survey ship HMS Echo has returned home today after an epic deployment of more than a year and a half.
The Navy and Rolls Royce have been working together to come up with a solution to keep Britain's biggest ever warship refuelled and its crew with fresh food and water while staying out to sea.
A test rig has been set up at Torpoint to make sure the £25million project works before the kit is fitted to the giant aircraft carrier, Queen Elizabeth.
John Andrews has been to have a look:
Royal Marines on HMS Monmouth have been cycling round-the-clock while at sea to raise money for the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund.
A bike has been mounted on a turbo trainer on the Plymouth based frigate. Nine commandos intend to clock up 4,825 miles between them.
ThePlymouth-based Royal Navy frigate, HMS Somerset, has returned to sea for the first time in nine months, after an extensive revamp.
The Type 23 frigate has been given a new lease of life as one of the most advanced fighting ships in the fleet, following the £20 million upgrade in her home port of Plymouth.
The ship sailed from HM Naval Base, Devonport, to undertake a period of training and equipment trials before returning to operational tasking later this year.
The warship HMS Bulwark is returning to the West Country today after a two-month deployment in the Mediterranean. The Plymouth-based ship is due to berth in HM Naval Base Devonport at midday after completing a training exercise with 550 sailors.
HMS Raleigh’s overall effectiveness in providing training for new recruits has been judged as ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
Ofsted carried out an inspection of the Royal Naval base at Torpoint in September 2011.
A Navy warship has returned to Devonport today after nineteen months away. The survey vessel HMS Echo has been mapping the Red Sea and Indian Ocean.
Her crew have all manged to get home during the deployment, which involved tackling Somali pirates. Our defence correpsondent John Andrews reports.
Royal Navy divers from Plymouth created a 200 feet high plume of spray clearing a busy shipping lane of a large World War II bomb. The two-metre-long mine was discovered by civilian divers off the South Wales coast and could have been a major hazard to shipping.
A cordon was set up yesterday evening to ensure that the detonation went ahead safely.