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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Sea Turtle Conservation educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Sea Turtle Conservation education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Sea Turtle Conservation educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Sea Turtle Conservation education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS HADR TROOP HELPS THE SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION   Pictured: 24 Commando Royal Engineers working at the new Green Phenix educational centre in the Sambil shopping centre in Curacao.   RFA Argus Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) Troop from 24 Commando Royal Engineers have been carrying out charity work at the new Green Phenix education centre at the Sambil shopping centre getting it ready for the opening in a few months’ time which is part of Sea Turtle Conservation.  The Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the conservation, research, education, and awareness related to sea turtles and their habitat in Curaçao. They together with volunteers and other dedicated people, who support them with their help, experience and donations. Their common mission is to protect sea turtles and their environment.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  Pictured: Ranks from RFA Argus conduct a beach beaches.  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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RFA ARGUS CONDUCTS BEACH CLEAN  The crew of RFA Argus have completed a beach clean on one of Curacao most polluted beaches in partnership with Sea Turtle Conservation Curacao followed but sea water collection for injured or sick turtles that are currently at medical facility on the island.  RFA Argus is a Primary Casualty Receiving Ship of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary. It has a 100-bed medical complex on board. She acts as a floating medical facility, she is currently in Curacao.   The Royal Navy plays an essential part of the UK's military response to support people affected by Hurricanes by providing humanitarian and disaster relief to the Caribbean Islands.  When disasters occur, infrastructure and resources can be crippled, with shortages of food and water supplies and a lack of basic services like sanitation and electricity.  Responding humanely to these life-threatening scenarios is central to the Royal Navy's ethos - we have the skills, know-how and equipment to make a real difference, however extreme the circumstances.  A self-sustaining, flexible force for good - even in the most challenging conditions – The crew will work alongside local emergency services re-establishing law and order, restoring water and power, repairing buildings like hospitals and schools, reopening airstrips and roads.
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