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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.  Image By PO Jenkins
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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.  Image By PO Jenkins
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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.  Image By PO Jenkins
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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.  Image By PO Jenkins
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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.
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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.
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Royal Navy aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, sails back into Portsmouth today, after successful completion of initial fast jet trials in America, marking a new era in UK Carrier Strike capability.  The 65,000-tonne carrier’s first transatlantic deployment, which began in August, saw her embark two F-35B Lightning II test aircraft, from the Integrated Test Force (ITF) based out of Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland. She also conducted an historic, week-long visit to New York.   During the Development Trials, the jets conducted 202 takeoffs from the ship’s ski ramp, 187 vertical landings, and 15 shipborne vertical landings (SRVL) —a landing technique unique to the UK. They also dropped 54 inert bombs, testing the weight loading in a variety of weather conditions and sea states. The operating envelopes will be further expanded during Operational Trials, scheduled for next year.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Four Merlins from 820 NAS conduct a flypast before landing.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Four Merlins from 820 NAS conduct a flypast before landing.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Family and friends waiting for their loved ones to arrive back at 820 NAS.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Merlin Helicopters from 820 NAS arrive back at the squadron.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Merlin Helicopters from 820 NAS arrive back at the squadron.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Merlin Helicopters from 820 NAS arrive back at the squadron.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Members of 820 NAS walk towards family and friends.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Members of 820 NAS walk towards family and friends.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Kaylee Morris and son Noah waiting for the arrival of Dad, Ryan Morris from Helston.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Ryan Morris with son Noah and wife Kaylee from Helston.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Ryan Morris with son Noah from Helston.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Mark Barber with wife Suzi and son Leo.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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820 NAVAL AIR SQUADRON ARRIVE HOME  Pictured: Rik Woolliscroft with wife Raedi and children Harry, Tom and Amelia from Helston.  820 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) has disembarked from HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH today as she passed Cornwall on her way home to Portsmouth. Four of the squadron’s Merlin Mk2 helicopters flew into their home of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, Helston, this morning with 100 of the squadron’s personnel delivered by helicopter and into the arms of their families waiting for them at 820 NAS HQ.
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Following a recent successful anti-narcotics seizure in the Indian Ocean, HMS Dragon’s busy Middle East deployment continues with the joint Indian and United Kingdom Maritime Exercise Konkan 18.   HMS Dragon arrived in Mormugoa, Goa, India last week to prepare for the exercise. This exercise builds on the successes of previous collaborative work between the UK and India. Recently, the British Army participated in the bilateral Exercise Ajeya Warrior and the Royal Air Force and Indian Airforce enjoyed training together in Exercise Indradanush.  HMS Dragon worked with the Indian Naval Ship (INS) Kolkata, a modern stealth guided-missile destroyer, launched by the Indian Navy in 2014. The aim of the exercise is to further the Royal Navy and Indian Navy relationship which will benefit both parties through sharing expertise and identifying future collaborative opportunities.
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The Royal Navy Admiralty Service held at St Martin in the Fields Church in London.
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The Royal Navy Admiralty Service held at St Martin in the Fields Church in London.
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The Royal Navy Admiralty Service held at St Martin in the Fields Church in London.
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The Royal Navy Admiralty Service held at St Martin in the Fields Church in London.
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