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DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid on behalf of Royal Navy veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), by his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid on behalf of Royal Navy veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), by his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher (center) Lieutenant Calvin Shenton (right))  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher and his daugher Moira)   DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher (sat) during the ceremony)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher and his daugher Moira)   DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Corporal Bugler Jo Barnes)   DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: wreath laid by Lawrence Churcher)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher laying a wreath in commemoration)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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(Pictured: Lawrence Churcher laying a wreath in commemoration)  DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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DUNKIRK COMMEMORATED BY ROYAL NAVY VETERAN 80 YEARS ON  Today the Royal Navy remembered the 80th anniversary of the start of Operation Dynamo, the evacuation of over 338,000 troops from Dunkirk during WWII. The occasion was marked by a wreath-laying ceremony in Portsmouth.    The wreath was laid by veteran Lawrence Churcher (99), assisted his friend Lieutenant Calvin Shenton at the foot of those plaques which bear the names of men who never returned from Dunkirk, and for whom there is no known grave.   Lawrence Churcher served throughout WWII including Dunkirk, where by miracle he met his brothers on the beaches during Operation Dynamo.
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Pictured here is AB James Hopkins during his charity climb on board HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH.   JAMES HOPKINSON CHARITY CLIMB  AB James Hopkinson is climbing the equivalent of Rheasilvia, which is the tallest known mountain in the Solar System and stands at 14 miles or 73’920ft, This will be done using the ladders onboard HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH where he will conduct 70 climbs per day over three weeks. His daily climbs will take him from 6deck to 2deck, even more interestingly he has to do in 3 weeks as he is due on draft then. He will have to make time during the ships busy schedule as it goes through BOST.
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Pictured here is AB James Hopkinson on his second day of climbing up 6 to 2 deck ladder chain 70 times in a charity fundraiser for RNRMC and NHS.   JAMES HOPKINSON CHARITY CLIMB  AB James Hopkinson is climbing the equivalent of Rheasilvia, which is the tallest known mountain in the Solar System and stands at 14 miles or 73’920ft, This will be done using the ladders onboard HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH where he will conduct 70 climbs per day over three weeks. His daily climbs will take him from 6deck to 2deck, even more interestingly he has to do in 3 weeks as he is due on draft then. He will have to make time during the ships busy schedule as it goes through BOST.
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Pictured here is HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH during one of its many night flying serials prior to the ship's Operational Sea Training.    JAMES HOPKINSON CHARITY CLIMB  AB James Hopkinson is climbing the equivalent of Rheasilvia, which is the tallest known mountain in the Solar System and stands at 14 miles or 73’920ft, This will be done using the ladders onboard HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH where he will conduct 70 climbs per day over three weeks. His daily climbs will take him from 6deck to 2deck, even more interestingly he has to do in 3 weeks as he is due on draft then. He will have to make time during the ships busy schedule as it goes through BOST.
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JAMES HOPKINSON CHARITY CLIMB  AB James Hopkinson is climbing the equivalent of Rheasilvia, which is the tallest known mountain in the Solar System and stands at 14 miles or 73’920ft, This will be done using the ladders onboard HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH where he will conduct 70 climbs per day over three weeks. His daily climbs will take him from 6deck to 2deck, even more interestingly he has to do in 3 weeks as he is due on draft then. He will have to make time during the ships busy schedule as it goes through BOST.
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HMNB PORTSMOUTH MARKS VE DAY 75TH ANNIVERSARY  Pictured: HMS Trent, HMS Diamond and in the background HMS Prince of Wales shine their searchlights in Portsmouth Naval Base.  On Friday 8 May 2020 sailors and Royal Marines around the world paused to pay tribute to the sacrifices made by their forebears in World War Two. Ships and naval bases at home and abroad joined the rest of the UK in marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day. The sirens of Royal Navy ships blared and their searchlights pierced the darkness in celebration of the Allied Victory in Europe.
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HMNB PORTSMOUTH MARKS VE DAY 75TH ANNIVERSARY  Pictured: HMS Trent, HMS Diamond and in the background HMS Prince of Wales shine their searchlights in Portsmouth Naval Base.  On Friday 8 May 2020 sailors and Royal Marines around the world paused to pay tribute to the sacrifices made by their forebears in World War Two. Ships and naval bases at home and abroad joined the rest of the UK in marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day. The sirens of Royal Navy ships blared and their searchlights pierced the darkness in celebration of the Allied Victory in Europe.
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HMNB PORTSMOUTH MARKS VE DAY 75TH ANNIVERSARY  Pictured: HMS Trent and HMS Prince of Wales shine their searchlights in Portsmouth Naval Base.  On Friday 8 May 2020 sailors and Royal Marines around the world paused to pay tribute to the sacrifices made by their forebears in World War Two. Ships and naval bases at home and abroad joined the rest of the UK in marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day. The sirens of Royal Navy ships blared and their searchlights pierced the darkness in celebration of the Allied Victory in Europe.
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ROYAL NAVY HELP CELEBRATE 100TH BIRTHDAY  A call was made to the Royal Navy at HMNB Devonport asking if someone from the Royal Navy could sing Happy Birthday to mark a 100th Birthday on 8 May the Royal Navy swung into action.  With the back drop of the scaled down VE Day events and the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions Joyce Page was looking at a very quiet birthday.  Knowing of her love for the Royal Navy, Grandson Bob Stewart thought it a long shot but called the Navy to see if anyone might be available to go to his Grandmother’s house in Stonehouse, Plymouth, to sing Happy Birthday to her.   One of Her Majesty’s representatives in Devon, Deputy Lieutenant Brigadier Simon Young CBE, along with serving Naval Officers and Ratings visited Joyce’s house and, standing at a safe distance, sang Happy birthday to her.  A Plymouth City Town Cryer, John Pitt, who works in the Dockyard with Babcock International also made a proclamation about Joyce’s birthday.
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ROYAL NAVY HELP CELEBRATE 100TH BIRTHDAY  A call was made to the Royal Navy at HMNB Devonport asking if someone from the Royal Navy could sing Happy Birthday to mark a 100th Birthday on 8 May the Royal Navy swung into action.  With the back drop of the scaled down VE Day events and the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions Joyce Page was looking at a very quiet birthday.  Knowing of her love for the Royal Navy, Grandson Bob Stewart thought it a long shot but called the Navy to see if anyone might be available to go to his Grandmother’s house in Stonehouse, Plymouth, to sing Happy Birthday to her.   One of Her Majesty’s representatives in Devon, Deputy Lieutenant Brigadier Simon Young CBE, along with serving Naval Officers and Ratings visited Joyce’s house and, standing at a safe distance, sang Happy birthday to her.  A Plymouth City Town Cryer, John Pitt, who works in the Dockyard with Babcock International also made a proclamation about Joyce’s birthday.
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ROYAL NAVY HELP CELEBRATE 100TH BIRTHDAY  A call was made to the Royal Navy at HMNB Devonport asking if someone from the Royal Navy could sing Happy Birthday to mark a 100th Birthday on 8 May the Royal Navy swung into action.  With the back drop of the scaled down VE Day events and the COVID-19 lockdown restrictions Joyce Page was looking at a very quiet birthday.  Knowing of her love for the Royal Navy, Grandson Bob Stewart thought it a long shot but called the Navy to see if anyone might be available to go to his Grandmother’s house in Stonehouse, Plymouth, to sing Happy Birthday to her.   One of Her Majesty’s representatives in Devon, Deputy Lieutenant Brigadier Simon Young CBE, along with serving Naval Officers and Ratings visited Joyce’s house and, standing at a safe distance, sang Happy birthday to her.  A Plymouth City Town Cryer, John Pitt, who works in the Dockyard with Babcock International also made a proclamation about Joyce’s birthday.
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