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Pictured: Commodore Mike Utley RN, giving his D-Day75 speach on board HMS St Albans.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Commodore Mike Utley RN, giving his D-Day75 speach on board HMS St Albans.  Pictured: Commodore Mike Utley RN, givening his D-Day75 speach on board HMS St Albans.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Commodore Mike Utley RN, giving his D-Day75 speach on board HMS St Albans.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured:  Veterans listening to Commodore Mike Utley RN, giving his D-Day75 speach on board HMS St Albans.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: L to R Greg Hayward, Eric Strange and Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans speaking to ships company and waiting for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Eric Strange on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Eric Strange on board HMS St Albans speaking with the ships company before the D-Day75 announcement by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Ships company of St Albans and Veterans on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commodore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Eric Strange on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Eric Strange on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Eric Strange on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Commodore Mike Utley RN, giving his D-Day75 speach on board HMS St Albans.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: L to R, ET (CIS) Ciaran Morris, Leading Seaman Adam Davey speaking with Greg Hayward on board HMS Albans ready for Commodore Mike Utley RN announcement of D-Day75.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: Leonard Williams greeted by Commanding Officer of HMS St Albans, Commander John Cromie RN on board HMS St Albans for the D-Day75 announcement given by Commdore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Pictured: L to R, Chief Petty Officer Ryan Squance, Petty Officer Simon Payne speaking with Eric Strange on board HMS St Albans for D-Day75 announcement by Commodore Mike Utley RN.  By land, sea and air: D-Day veterans to be saluted in style this June  In one of the biggest mobilisations of the UK Armed Forces in recent years, the Ministry of Defence has announced details of plans to pay tribute to remaining D-Day veterans during the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landings. With less than 50 days to go plans are being finalised by the Royal Navy, Army and the RAF to offer ceremonial and logistical support to D-Day75. In total over 4000 personnel will be involved in the UK and France, along with at least 11 Royal Navy vessels, and multiple aircraft from the Red Arrows to the iconic Spitfire. On the 5th June, a national commemorative event will be held on Southsea Common, Portsmouth, attended by D-Day veterans, VIPs and current serving personnel.
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Handover of Fishery Protection Squadron  Today saw the last day that Commander Sarah Oakley RN as Commander of Fishery Protection Squadron as she hands over her role to Commander Simon Pressdee RN outside Lancelot Building, HMNB Portsmouth  The Fishery Protection Squadron is a front-line squadron of the Royal Navy with responsibility for patrolling the UK's Extended Fisheries Zone
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HMS ST ALBANS INTERCEPTS AND ESCORTS THE MARSHALL USTINOV  HMS St Albans has taken over the escorting of the Russian Marshall Ustinov from the French frigate FS Primaguet.
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Pictured: Naval veterans Mike Biggs, Fred Lee and Peter Smoothy wave in HMS Dragon.  HMS DRAGON RETURNS TO PORTSMOUTH  Destroyer HMS Dragon has sailed back home to Portsmouth after her record-breaking deployment in the Middle East.  During her time at sea the warship carried out eight successful raids on drug smugglers, capturing narcotics weighing a whopping 18400kg more than the weight of five of her one embarked Wildcat helicopter with an estimated value of £200 million.  HMS Dragon deployed from Portsmouth on the 17th September 2018 and has spent the last seven months deployed on Operation Kipion in the Arabian Gulf and the Indian Ocean.  Consent held at FRPU(E)
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