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A senior Royal Navy officer has insisted that the Royal Navy has enough warships to protect HMS Queen Elizabeth.
US Navy Rear Admiral Kenneth Whitesell praised HMS Queen Elizabeth saying the vessel would ease stress on the US fleet.
FLAGSHIP FOR SALE Royal Navy’s flagship helicopter carrier HMS Ocean could join Brazil’s fleet as defence chiefs confirm it is up for sale
ROYAL Navy flagship HMS Ocean could soon be sailing under a different flag – as part of the Brazilian fleet.
Defence chiefs have confirmed the 28,000-ton helicopter carrier is for up for sale and that they are in talks with foreign governments.
In Part 2 of a Sept. 11, 2017, interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show, Cmdr. Toby Shaughnessy, Royal Navy, commanding officer of the HMS Argyll, discusses the role of US Navy and US Coast Guard service members on the HMS Argyle. He is joined by Lt. Graham Ziemba, USN, HMS Argyll’s officer of the watch, who discusses his experience on the ship. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.
Cmdr. Toby Shaughnessy, Royal Navy, discusses what sets the HMS Argyll apart from other Type 23 frigates and the advantages of the MBDA Sea Ceptor missile during a Sept. 11, 2017, interview with Defense & Aerospace Report Editor Vago Muradian. The interview was held at the 2017 Defense and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London, which Defense & Aerospace Report is covering in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.
The first seagoing Captain of the Royal Navy’s second new aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, will be Captain Stephen Moorhouse.
The announcement was made at an event at the Institute of Directors in London just two days before the warship is officially named in Rosyth.
Captain Moorhouse is a former Commanding Officer of HMS Ocean and HMS Lancaster, known as the ‘Queen’s Frigate’ because Her Majesty is the ship’s sponsor.
The British Royal Navy is set to take delivery of the Albion-class amphibious command ship HMS Albion, following a £90m mid-life technical upgrade programme.
HMS Albion is claimed to be one of the largest warships in the navy, and is returning to service after being in a state of extended readiness in Devonport for almost six years.
Britain’s most advanced and biggest warship, 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, is conducting sea trials ahead of her commissioning in 2018.
The ship cost £3.0 billion (3.4 billion euros, USD 3.8 billion) to build in a project employing 10,000 people and will be the country’s future flagship. The vessel outstrips aircraft carriers operated by the Russian and Chinese navies as also Indian Navy’s INS Vikramaditya.
HMS Queen Elizabeth is a 280-metre (918-foot), 65,000-tonne aircraft carrier. Warship leaves the port of Rosyth, where it was assembled, in a highly delicate manoeuvre that took many hours to complete.
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