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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Pictured: The Lawrence Family with Inara (3) and Elina (1) waiting for their dad PO Sammy Lawrence  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Pictured:CPO Nick Halpin with daughter Molly (9)  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Pictured:LH Baker-Irons with son Elwood (2)  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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ECHO HOMECOMING FOLLOWING 22 MONTH DEPLOYMENT  Back in the bosom of her home port today after 22 months gathering data on waters from the Channel to the eastern shores of the Black Sea is HMS Echo.  It is 668 days since the survey vessel last caught sight of Smeaton’s Tower thanks to an extremely varied – and rewarding – mission which began in the central Mediterranean and ended at the gateway to the Middle Sea.  Echo’s 668-day tour of duty began supporting the international effort to prevent illegal migrant trafficking in the central Med, joined NATO’s efforts to clamp down on terrorist activity in the same region (Operation Sea Guardian) and used her impressive array of sensors to gather key military data to support naval operations.  The final month of her deployment was spent around Gibraltar, surveying territorial waters, taking tidal readings and giving sailors the chance to look behind the scenes on the Rock, notably the impressive cave and tunnel network.
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: AB(EW) Robert Ward prepares to ring the bell to signal ceremonial colours.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: Ceremonial colours party on the flight deck of HMS Lancaster.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: The ensign is raised during ceremonial colours as the ships company move back on board HMS Lancaster during refit.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: HMS Lancaster form up on the flight deck for ceremonial colours.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: The ensign is raised during ceremonial colours as the ships company move back on board HMS Lancaster during refit.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: HMS Lancaster form up on the flight deck for ceremonial colours.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  Pictured: HMS Lancaster alongside in 2 Basin, HMNB Devonport.  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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HMS Lancaster Ceremonial Colours  HMS Lancaster conducted ceremonial colours today (15th August 19) as the ships company moved on board for the first time during her refit in HMNB Devonport. The Type 23 Frigate is due to leave Plymouth in December to return to her home in Portsmouth.  Image: LPhot Paul Hall
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