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Simon Harley 17h
Her Majesty the Queen’s father, the then Lieutenant Prince Albert, aboard H.M.S. Queen Elizabeth during the First World War. With him is the second Earl of Cromer.
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H I Sutton 4h
In case you missed it, new article on . No intention to take anything away from the Coast Guard, but I want this article to highlight some of the partner forces/agencies who are often overlooked by the media.
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The Minesweepers’ Victory 4h
OTD 1940 Scapa-based 1st MSF is on the 2nd day of its targeted LL op vs a known, extant magnetic minefield on Scotland’s NE Coast. Lasts until 11th June. 3 mines safely detonated. Screenshot reports from the outstanding Halcyons website
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NavyLookout 3h
USS Gerald R. Ford and USS Harry S. Truman in the Atlantic - the first time a Ford-class and a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier operated together underway
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RM Historical Society 4h
in 1916 the cruiser HMS Hampshire was mined and sunk of the Orkney Islands with Lord Kitchener, Secretary of State for War and his staff. 79 Royal Marines were lost...
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Rear Admiral Simon Asquith 4h
Extraordinary life. The first person to join the as a sailor and be promoted to Rear Admiral (and later Vice Admiral), helping to sink the Bismarck along the way!.
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Iain Ballantyne 2h
A remarkable officer indeed, who followed one of Nelson's most famous maxims in May 1941
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Reuters 3h
Ocean shipping shrinks as pandemic pummels retailers
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Oihonna 3h
Cyber attacks on shipping increased four-fold since February
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Warships IFR 20h
Btw while this new is a June/July edition, the publishing drumbeat returns to usual monthly pattern with August edition, due out 17 July. Subscribers get the number of issues they are due no matter what! More info here
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Warships IFR 24h
Ta. Always evolving!
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Warships IFR 24h
New edition of is out NOW & available direct to you as hard copy or digital edition For sale in shops where open/safe to purchase, such as + other retailers. The cover star is RFS Admiral Gorshkov. Image: Michael Nitz.
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Captain David George Jun 4
Fair winds dear friends - sorry it wasn’t a more expansive visit. Maybe next time?
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Naval War College Naval & Maritime News Jun 3
Building Six Types of : The ’s Extreme Modernization Forbes, June 3, 2020
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U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa/U.S. 6th Fleet Jun 3
Tune in Friday, June 5, as highlights D-Day VIRTUALLY! The USEUCOM Historian, along with service historians (Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard) and UK/French military historians, will look at D-Day from a historical perspective.
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U.S. Navy Jun 3
It is a new day aboard (CVN 71), as Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 11 completed qualifications June 2, the last milestone in returning Theodore Roosevelt to sea. Read more:
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Dr Phil Weir Jun 2
On this day 1940 the last 3,460 men of the British Expeditionary Force boarded the troop ships King George V and St Helier at . Their commander Maj/Gen Harold Alexander boarded the destroyer HMS Venomous
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Dr Phil Weir Jun 2
Replying to @RoyalNavy
At 2330 Capt Bill Tennant, Senior Naval Officer , then made the signal "BEF Evacuated", boarded MTB 102 & sailed for Dover
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Søren Nørby Jun 2
Danish Navy 2020.
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JuVi Jun 2
Op-Ed: Time for a Minesweeping Force for the Strait of Malacca
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