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Royal Navy

the navy of the United Kingdom
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Release date- 27082019 - Rohde & Schwarz provides shipborne communications for line-of-sight and beyond-line-of-sight connectivity, supporting the future of the Royal Navy .
The Royal Navy photographers were "recognised for their talent, dedication and creativity" at the annual Peregrine Trophy awards in London.
"The decision to replace her in service with HMS Ocean will ensure that the Royal Navy has her most advanced and capable ships working to protect the nation.
This multi-million-pound contract shows our commitment to investing in new ships for the Royal Navy and maintaining in the UK the expertise needed to build the warships of the future.
It will join the Royal Navy's efforts to support the safe passage of shipping in the Middle East, the Royal Navy said Saturday.
Royal Navy Offshore PatrolVessel (OPV) HMS Forth, which is affiliated to Stirling, is visiting the Firth of Forth for the first time.
The Royal Navy has tested a boat killer missile, the Martlet, in the Irish Sea.
A mayor attended a Royal Navy parade in the West Midlands.
A live Second World War torpedo, found at Scapa Flow, was blown up yesterday by a Royal Navy explosives disposal team.
The purpose of the Royal Navy trials was to explore the possibility of significantly expanding the operational range of the system in a more demanding open-ocean environment.
HEY were born in Middlesbrough, but they were made to design helicopters for the Royal Navy.

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