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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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*NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  *NOT FOR PUBLIC RELEASE*  CLYDE BASED ROYAL NAVY PHOTOGRAPHER GIVES A SNAPSHOT OF NAVAL LIFE TO HELENSBURGH SCOUT GROUP.  A CLYDE based Royal Navy (RN) Photographer popped along to Helensburgh Scout group meeting to show what life is like ‘through the lens’ of a RN photographer. Leading Photographer (Lphot) Stevie Burke (35) attended a Helensburgh scout group meeting to show the young Scouts what photographers in the Senior Service do and to show off the kit and equipment they use when deployed around the world. The Scout group were also given a few hints and tips on how to take the best snaps for their upcoming charity calendar.    Stevie from Hull in East Yorkshire said: “It was a great evening the children were really engaged, and they loved trying on all of the kit and equipment that I brought with me”.  The Helensburgh Scout group will be all taking pictures throughout the year to put together a charity calendar. After giving a brief on life as RN photographer Stevie gave some practical lessons to the young Scouts. This involved showing them some tips and tricks using their camera phones and getting them to carry out some tasks amongst each other. The Scout Association is the UK's biggest mixed youth organisation. Every year Scouts helps 450,000 young people in the UK to experience the outdoors; interact with others and gain confidence. Stevie, who will deploy with Arbroath based 45 Commando in the New Year added: “It was great to see that the children really engaged when we carried out the practical camera lessons. Everybody has a camera on their phone, and it was nice to show them different ways of using it. All of the children were having loads of fun jumping around and taking pictures, it was good to see a group of young kids enjoying photography”.
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**RUSHES**  COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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COMMISSIONING DAY FOR HMS PRINCE OF WALES  The Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier has been commissioned into the Fleet today as the largest warship ever built for the nation.  HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, as the ship’s Lady Sponsor, alongside HRH The Prince of Wales, presided over the ceremony at HM Naval Base Portsmouth this morning, to an audience of 2,000 from industry, allies, friends and families.  Commanding Officer, Captain Darren Houston, read the commissioning warrant to the crew and guests gathered in the hangar which will soon house F-35 jets and a variety of helicopters. Among those watching were the First Sea Lord, Admiral Tony Radakin, ambassadors from France and USA, and the commander of the US Sixth Fleet, Vice Admiral Lisa Franchetti.
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