Two kayakers sparked a lifeboat scramble after being spotted at Monifieth Sands.
Monifeth and District Rotary held its most successful clean-up yet of a beach at the Barry Buddon Training Camp.
It would have been one of the first lines of defence against Hitler’s hordes, had Nazi forces stormed Barry Buddon during the Second World War.
Residents were woken by “low-flying” helicopters and “loud bangs” as military aircraft carried out a series of exercises over Tayside.
The Royal Navy, HM Coastguard and Broughty Ferry RNLI took part in a special training exercise on the River Tay.
An area of the beach at Barry Buddon was cordoned off after a dog walker stumbled across a suspected bomb that later turned out to be a WWII smoke marker.
Volunteers will join forces for a beach clean-up at Barry Buddon on Sunday.
Reports of whale intestines washed up on Monifieth beach have been dealt with by Angus Council.
A post mortem examination carried out on a 45ft sperm whale beached in Tayside could be a world first, a researcher involved in the effort claimed.
A lifeboat crew was called into action at a Tayside beach after a sperm whale was washed up on the sand.
A DUNDEE Army cadet has received his youth first aid certificate.