[ HOT NEW ]Nine british servicemen removed from hms vigilant after testing positive for cocaine



Nine british servicemen removed from hms vigilant after testing positive for cocaine
Royal Navy Vanguard Class submarine HMS Vigilant returning to HMNB Clyde after her extended deployment Credit: Thomas McDonald Nine British servicemen have been removed from HMS Vigilant, the nuclear submarine, after testing positive for cocaine while on duty. It is the latest scandal to hit the Van…
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Found 77 years on.. icy tomb of british submarine with 58 seamen on board



Found 77 years on.. icy tomb of british submarine with 58 seamen on board.
The final resting place of 58 British seamen killed when their submarine sank in World War Two has been discovered in the North Sea by accident. The wreck was stumbled upon 77 years after it disappeared by a group of Polish divers who were looking for one of their nation’s lost submarines in the area. A 3D radar scan showing the craft perfectly intact in 308ft of water has confirmed it to be HMS Narwhal which was attacked by the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain in July 1940. The submarine …
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British Troops To Train Afghan Army For ‘As Long As It Takes’ | Forces TV



The future leaders of the Afghan military have passed out with pride from the place they affectionately call their Sandhurst. 352 new officers have recently graduated from ANAOA – the Afghan National Army Officer Academy. Watch the report for more on this story and visit for the latest developments in the forces world.

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Speaking in this report are Second Lieutenant Mohammed Essa, Major Anna Kirkin, Second Lieutenant Rahima, Second Lieutenant Madargul, Second Lieutenant Arifa, Major General Charlie Herbert, Colonel Qais Mangal, Brigadier General David Colthup and Armed Forces Minister Mark Lancaster.

Hurricane Maria devastated parts of the British Virgin Islands At least 30 Britons remain missing



Dozens of British nationals who were in the Caribbean when Hurricane Maria hit last week are still missing.
Victor Williams, 61, his wife Yvonne, and father Joseph are among the long list of British nationals who are still unaccounted for following the storm, which has killed at least 30 people.
The couple had just moved to the island of Dominica last month, and Victor’s daughter, Candice Garrett, 38, from Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire, said she hasn’t heard from them in a week.
British troops have airlifted ten UK passport holders from Dominica, where at least 30 others are believed to still be missing.
Hurricane Maria has added to the extensive damage on British overseas territories after the region was pummelled by a second major storm in two weeks on Monday.

A British man is among the dead following Maria, with his body yet to be recovered, after a boat capsized off Puerto Rico near Vieques, as Maria unleashed devastation.
The US Coast Guard in Miami said a British Royal Navy helicopter hoisted a woman and two children from the overturned vessel on Thursday, after a distress call was sent from the boat
Also among those unaccounted for following Maria are Stewart Andrews and his wife, Deb, who are originally from the North East.

How the British Army is Trying to Give Its Tanks ‘Shields’



Britain has announced that it will be developing active protection systems to defend its armored vehicles from antitank rockets.

Russia and Israel already use active protection systems, or APS, to defend their armor, and the United States is now evaluating them. Britain, whose armor force has been somewhat neglected in recent years, is now joining the party.

The first step has been taken by Britain’s Defense Science and Technology Laboratory, or DSTL, which signed a contract with Italian defense contractor Leonardo to develop an active protection system. Leonardo will use a team of British experts to develop a prototype Modular Integrated Protection System.

“APS can detect and defeat threat missiles within 100 milliseconds, which is less time than half the time it takes a human to react to a visual cue,” proclaims a DSTL news release.

Coast Guard, British Royal Navy rescue 3 people on overturned boat off Puerto Rico after Hurricane M



A Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Air Station Clearwater, Florida, and a British Royal Fleet Auxiliary Mounts Bay rescue helicopter crew coordinate the rescue of an adult female and two children from the vessel Ferrel near Vieques, Puerto Rico, Sept. 21, 2017.

Dramatic footage: US Coast Guard, British Navy rescue family stranded on capsized boat



A mother and her two sons are rescued by a British Royal Fleet Auxiliary Mounts Bay rescue helicopter crew with the help of the U.S. Coast Guard after their vessel overturned.

A Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Air Station Clearwater, Florida, and a British Royal Fleet Auxiliary Mounts Bay rescue helicopter crew coordinate the rescue of an adult female and two children from the vessel Ferrel near Vieques, Puerto Rico, Sept. 21, 2017. Coast Guard watchstanders received an alert via emergency position indicating radio beacon and then a distress call on Sept. 20 from the Ferrel stating they were disabled and adrift in 20-foot seas and 100-knot winds. (U.S. Coast Guard video)

Coast Guard, British Royal Navy locate vessel near Vieques after Maria, rescue three



A Coast Guard HC-130 Hercules airplane crew from Air Station Clearwater, Florida, and a British Royal Fleet Auxiliary Mounts Bay rescue helicopter crew coordinate the rescue of an adult female and two children from the vessel Ferrel near Vieques, Puerto Rico, Sept. 21, 2017. Coast Guard watchstanders received an alert via emergency position indicating radio beacon and then a distress call on Sept. 20 from the Ferrel stating they were disabled and adrift in 20-foot seas and 100-knot winds. (U.S. Coast Guard video)

British troops advance and examine destroyed German tanks in Southern Italy, and …HD Stock Footage



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British troops advance and examine destroyed German tanks in Southern Italy, and take German POWs.

Fighting in Southern Italy during the second world war. British soldiers in a Universal carrier (aka Bren Gun Carrier or Scout carrier) heading rapidly toward a village area. Views of a damaged German PzKfw IV tank (Panzer IV medium tank) disabled just off a road, with British soldiers examining the tank. A large hole in the tank schuertzen (skirt armor). Several other wrecked PzIV tanks dispersed in the field. Vehicle markings for A51 and 21 are visible. British soldiers escort a group of German Prisoners of War. Four German POWs carry a wounded soldier on a stretcher, under British guard. German POWs resting and posing for the camera. Various views of German POWs. British soldiers sit, relax on the ground and smoke cigarettes. Several soldiers sit on carts and some talk with the civilians. Location: Southern Italy. Date: September 1943.

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