Rear Admiral Jude Terry, the Royal Navy's first female admiral, has taken on the position of director of people and training and naval secretary...
Tag Archives : Royal Navy
14 Jan 2022
The third and final jetty at Glen Mallan on the shores of Loch Long in Scotland to support the Royal Navy’s aircraft carriers has been handed over to its operators.
12 Jan 2022
The Royal Navy's newest aircraft carrier, HMS Prince of Wales, assumed the command of the NATO Response Force in Portsmouth Naval Base on Tuesday, January 11.
23 Dec 2021
The Royal Navy’s crucial support arm is looking at using drones to deliver mail drops and other supplies to ships in the middle of the ocean. The Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) – whose ships and sailors have supported Royal Navy operations since 1905 with fuel, food, spare parts, ammunition and other supplies – is looking into the possibility of crewless aircraft performing some of the more routine, lighter duties.
14 Dec 2021
The Defence Committee of the House of Commons (the UK parliament) published its latest report on the Royal Navy. The name of the report, “We’re going to need a bigger Navy”, is self explanatory.
10 Dec 2021
HMS Queen Elizabeth returned home to Portsmouth 9 December after her maiden operational deployment which took the nation’s flagship to the Indo-Pacific and back.
17 Nov 2021
The Royal Navy has expanded its fleet of remotely-piloted drones – the far-seeing eyes of navy warships – with new training, personnel and 12 aircraft.
12 Nov 2021
One of Britain’s biggest warships was towed through the Channel to help the French test the power of a new specialist ship.
09 Nov 2021
Babcock has been awarded a contract for the design, manufacture, delivery/commissioning and in-service support to the Maritime Electronic Warfare Systems Integrated Capability (MEWSIC) Increment 1.