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Royal Navy Jun 19
Today we formally welcomed as the new First Sea Lord, who takes over leadership from in a ceremony that took place at . Discover more about the new First Sea Lord here: .
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Flowerbedgrl Jun 22
Not exactly convenient for photographers 😂
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Philip K Allan 6h
Crossing of the Line Ceremony by Henry Heath
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Alan H Jun 17
Please can anyone give me any pointers about where to start researching my grandparents WW2 service records? My grandad served on HMS Mauritius during the Battle of the Atlantic, I'd love to know a bit more about it.
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RN ship losses Jun 21
21 June 1942 // HM Submarine P514 (ex USS R19) was rammed and sunk off Newfoundland by Canadian minesweeper HMCS Georgian, which was unaware of P514's presence and attacked after challenging and receiving no response. P514 sank with all hands: 41 men.
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PRATHAM 48m
Lord Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma was a British Royal Navy officer.
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Royal Navy Jun 20
At a ceremony that took place at , the torch of Naval leadership changed hands yesterday as took over as Britain’s most senior sailor 🤝 🇬🇧. Watch and discover more about the new First Sea Lord here:
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J.T. McDaniel 16h
I read "The History of the Royal Navy." Presents RN history from the beginning to modern times in a concise, entertaining way. I really enjoyed narrating this little book. Audible UK: Audible US:
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Monochrome Warships Jun 21
Okay naval history peeps; HMS Glasgow, on this day in 1938...what's this uniform? It's got me head-scratching.
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RN ship losses Jun 23
23 June 1940 // Destroyer HMS Khartoum sank in the Red Sea when she suffered an internal explosion (probably caused by a faulty torpedo) after taking part with other ships in a battle with Italian submarine Torricelli. 1 crewmember died. (Public domain image)
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grumpy man Jun 24
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Cobseo Member News 3h
The June newsletter is out now! It is packed with useful information and events that may be of interest to and families. Read more here
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Mark Collins 12h
Replying to @Mark3Ds
No weapons dropped: "first operational sorties were flown on June 16 from in , targeting the last remnants of []...conducted a total of 14 operational sorties over and "
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Angela Taylor Jun 18
Replying to @PhilipKAllan
Hi Philip,I want to go to Nova Scotia and ring the bell he would of listened to. Hv to wait till I finally get my State Pension. Yes the Capt was given desk job. Said he 'misjudged the mood of the men' and didn't Leach go on to be Admiral Fleet Falklands?
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Natalie Round Jun 17
Love the new Royal Navy advert 👊🏻
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Naval Analyses Jun 23
Truly honored to meet in person Commodore James Parkin! Thank you for the hospitality and the great tour aboard the impressive ! 😊
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Dr Alexander Clarke Jun 22
Replying to @DavidBurhenn @TeamRN1
All the Tribals were actually lost in 1942 or earlier... basically once they made it past December 1942 they all survived... still doing the high risk stuff, but they made it... its 1939-42 which is the real graveyard for the 's surface forces
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Demob Job Jun 24
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Philip K Allan Jun 24
WW2 Aircraft carrier HMS Indefatigable passing through the Suez Canal in 1945 to join the final push against Japan
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Ravenscourt Park Preparatory School Jun 24
The highlight of last week for many of our RPPS children was a surprise Royal Navy Merlin helicopter landing on Ravenscourt Park! Meticulous planning by Ms Leviston made this exciting, educational event happen!
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