HMS St. Albans joins FS Charles de Gaulle Carrier Strike Group

Charles de Gaulle launches a Rafale multirole fighter (above)  In the ongoing fight against Daesh, the Type 23 Frigate HMS St. Albans has made a...

Royal Navy ice ship breaks 80 year Antarctica record

HMS Protector became the first Royal Navy vessel to visit the Eastern Antarctica or sail below 77 degrees latitude since before the Second World War.

Royal Navy and Coast Guard operate together on exercise

In a demonstration of the versatility of vertical naval air operations, the River class patrol ship HMS Tyne has performed a winching exercise with...

HMS Queen Elizabeth to sail for sea trials in Spring

HMS Queen Elizabeth is planned to sail in March for 11 weeks of sea trials in the North Sea.
The QEUH where the Christmas gifts were delivered to the children

Faslane families give Christmas presents to Glasgow childrens hospital

Faslane naval families gifted sacks of Christmas presents to a ward at Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Children, part of the new Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

Could this be Britain’s future light frigate?

One of the most obvious contenders for the UK's future light frigate is an offering from BMT, the Venator-110.

HMS Artful handed over to the Royal Navy

HMS Artful and her crew will now be added to the Royal Navy Fleet.

Two more patrol vessels to be built on the Clyde

In addition to 13 frigates and 3 patrol vessels, an additional two ships are to be built on the Clyde bringing the work book up to 18 vessels.

HMS Ocean not decommissioning early

HMS Ocean will not decommission early and will continue in service as planned well into this Parliament.

No, our new aircraft carriers don’t run on Windows XP

Britain's new Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers do not utilise Windows XP derived software, the Ministry of Defence has confirmed.



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