The last act in the proud career of HMS Liverpool was played out today under brilliant sunshine as the ship was formally decommissioned after 30 years’ service. The 200 guests and 240-strong ship’s company of the heroine of the Libya campaign were told that their deeds and accomplishments would “endure...
Surprise in the Silent Solent as Royal Marines Let Rip with Amphibious Firepower
The tranquillity of a beautiful spring day by the Solent was shattered as Royal Marines completed an amphibious exercise at a beauty spot.The spit of land at Hurst Castle, home to a mediaeval fortress, was used by the green berets of 10 Training Squadron to hone the skills of landing...
Plymouth Born RFA Sailor Bids Farewell to the Sea
A Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Chief Petty Officer from Plymouth has been commended for his role in training as he retires from the Service after a career spanning four decades
HMS Sultan Hosts the Annual TM Conference and Dinner
With the kind permission of Commodore Mark Slawson (Commandant of the Defence College of Electro-Mechanical Engineering), officers of the Training Management (TM) Specialisation held their annual Conference and Dinner at HMS SULTAN on 8 March 2012.
Armed Forces Share Best Practice on Recruit Training
Military personnel involved in the front line delivery of training for new recruits have gathered in an innovative tri-Service forum at HMS Raleigh to share best practice and ideas.
Naval bomb team deals with wartime V2 missile found off Harwich
Royal Navy bomb disposal experts are making safe a World War 2 German missile unearthed in the mud off Harwich. A six-strong team from Portsmouth was called out to Essex to deal with the V2 missile – fired at Britain from the continent in 1944 or 1945 as part of...
Capt Scott Honoured as Plymouth Memorial is Rededicated 100 years After His Death
The Navy’s most famous – and most tragic – explorer has been honoured by today’s sailors and the Princess Royal with a service in Plymouth.
Westminster joins Abe in the Arabian Sea
HMS Westminster was invited to work alongside the most powerful naval formation on the Seven Seas – an American carrier strike group – as it sailed through the Arabian Sea.
Strictly Come Dartmouth as College Tries Its Hand at Dancing
Anything Bruce Forsyth, Harry Judd, Len Goodman and Holly Valance can do, so too the staff and cadets of Britannia Royal Naval College
Sergeant Luke Taylor killed in Afghanistan
It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of Sergeant Luke Taylor, of the Royal Marines in Afghanistan on Monday, 26 March 2012.
Hawaii Welcomes San Diego Ships for Koa Kai 3/30/2012
North Korean Missile Tests Jeopardize U.S. Food Aid 3/30/2012
Thurman: U.S. Forces Remain Ready in Northeast Asia 3/30/2012
Navy Announces Revised FY13 Enlisted Boards Schedule 3/30/2012
Historic HS-4 Transitions to HSC-4 3/30/2012