FAA News Archive
COMMANDO FLIERS READY FOR CARIBBEAN AFTER WALES WORKOUT
The wings of the Royal Marines hit Southeast Wales for a fortnight to prepare them should a major hurricane strike the Caribbean.
820 NAS NAMED FLEET AIR ARM'S SAFETY CHAMPIONS
The helicopter guardians of the nation’s biggest warship have been named the safest of the safe for their work over the past 12 months.
NEW COMMANDING OFFICER AT RNAS YEOVILTON
Commodore (Cdre) Niall Griffin MBE has taken the helm at RNAS Yeovilton having started his career on the Air Station 31 years ago!
ROYAL NAVY JOINS MAJOR NATO SUB-HUNT EXERCISE IN ICELAND
Royal Navy warships, helicopters and a submarine today begin a 14-day battle in Icelandic waters. More than 500 British submariners, sailors and aviators are locking horns for NATO’s annual test of anti-submarine forces in cooler climes.
HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH ON THE CUSP OF OPERATIONS AFTER 70-DAY TEST
Britain’s biggest warship today returned home to Portsmouth for the first time as a fully-trained aircraft carrier.
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