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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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Britain’s new aircraft carrier arrives in New York  The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today. Welcoming the aircraft carrier into New York, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said: “HMS Queen Elizabeth is not just a warship, but a symbol of our enduring commitment to our security, and the security of our allies too. This state-of-the-art ship is built on more than 470 years of proud Royal Navy history and her entry into New York harbour shows that our Armed Forces are ready to stand by our allies for generations to come.” Captain Jerry Kyd, Commanding Officer of HMS Queen Elizabeth added: “‘I am delighted and proud to be bringing HMS Queen Elizabeth into New York harbour for the first time. This visit is very symbolic of the intimate relationship the Royal Navy has with the US Navy and Marine Corps and comes at the mid-way point in the F-35B fixed wing flight trials. We have over 170 embarked US staff at the moment onboard in support of the flight trials, including a USMC test pilot and we are all extremely pleased with our progress so far.” The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets. ENDS Notes to editors •         For more information contact the MOD News Desk on 0207 218 7907. •         Images will be available and updated on Defence Imagery throughout the day. Getty Images will also be able to provide imagery.
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city. The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.  The warship, which has been completing F-35B flight trials while at sea off the coast of the US, is set to remain in New York for about a week before she returns to the North Atlantic to continue testing the supersonic stealth fighter jets.  Image by LPhot Jay Allen
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city.   The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city.   The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city.   The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city.   The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city.   The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.
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The UK’s new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has arrived in New York this afternoon, marking the start of an historic visit to the US city.   The largest ship in the history of Great Britain’s Royal Navy, which has been home to more than 1,500 military and civilian personnel for the past two months, anchored in New York Harbour under the gaze of the Statue of the Liberty today.
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