Recognition at last for our Arctic heroes as they are finally given medals after 70 years

Recognition at last for our Arctic heroes as they are finally given medals after 70 years David Cameron delivers on pledge to introduce a specific Arctic MedalBoth survivors and victims of dangerous and arduous sea missions will receive accolades Their heroism, stoicism and sacrifice directly contributed to victory on Eastern Front By Tim Shipman and Ian Drury UPDATED: 23:02 GMT, 19 December 2012 Veterans of the Arctic Convoys won their 70-year battle for recognition yesterday when David Cameron revealed they will finally be given campaign medals. The 200 survivors will be presented with the medals next year, marking a victory for the Daily Mail’s campaign to win recognition for the veterans of the convoys

Royal Navy "spy" who took mobile phone pictures in nuclear submarine for Russian "spooks"

Jailed Navy petty officer spent three months trying to sell submarine secrets to 'Russian agents named Demitri and Vladimir' with 'fake accents' who were really MI5 agents Edward Devenney, 30, foiled after trying to sell submarine photographs Took photos of secret code for encrypted information on mobile phone He had contacted the Russian Embassy after a 12-hour drinking binge | UPDATED: 10:18 GMT, 13 December 2012 Edward Devenney was jailed for eight years today A treacherous Royal Navy petty officer who tried to pass secrets about Britain’s nuclear submarines to Russian spies has been jailed for eight years. The Old Bailey heard that Edward Devenney, 30, who was bitter at missing out on a promotion, had phoned the Russian embassy in a bid to betray his country. He offered information about sailing dates and movements of Trident submarines that would have revealed the unique sound ‘signature’ given off by the British nuclear craft, meaning they could have been tracked around the globe

Climbing the Navy career ladder! Sailors in stunning display of skill and strength as they practise for the British Military Tournament

Climbing the Navy career ladder! Sailors in stunning display of skill and strength as they practise for the British Military TournamentThe Royal Naval Window Ladder display features sailors climbing up the ropes to music on the lattice work in the air Part of the British Military Tournament featuring over 600 servicemen and women and 160 horsesShow will feature a special tribute to the Queen to mark her Diamond JubileePrince William will be in attendance at the tournament in Earl's Court this weekend | UPDATED: 21:11 GMT, 6 December 2012 Lord Nelson would be proud to see the might and skill of these Royal Navy officers at work as they practise their rope climbing routine ahead of the British Military Tournament this weekend. The Royal Naval Window Ladder display features sailors climbing up the ropes and performing their routine to music on the lattice work in the air