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@CdnNavalReview - 28-Oct-20

No one comes away looking very good in this whole saga. "Stowaways’ tanker was denied port access by France and Spa… https://t.co/bvOIYB8ekD

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@CdnNavalReview - 28-Oct-20

On the menu of the Australian Parliament - grilled defence and naval officials! Questions were asked about timeline… https://t.co/50kBQQ5nNQ

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@RoyalNavy - 28-Oct-20

Training and support given to young submariners at @HMNBClyde has been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted inspectors fol… https://t.co/uBQUdyb5vl

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RoyalMarines

@RoyalMarines - 28-Oct-20

Training and support given to would-be Royal Marines at @CommandoTRG has been praised by Ofsted inspectors. who rat… https://t.co/CeZEAv6skt

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@CdnNavalReview - 28-Oct-20

It's great to see first Royal Navy Type 26 frigate take shape. However, there's a long way to go before handover to… https://t.co/CtJMNZxWRd

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@RoyalMarines - 28-Oct-20

Happy 356th birthday to the #RoyalMarines. We have come a long way to being THE elite fighting force of the… https://t.co/8q8e92it7w

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@RoyalMarines - 28-Oct-20

How it started vs How it’s going #HappyBirthdayRoyalMarines https://t.co/l9gJxKL9vl

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@CdnNavalReview - 27-Oct-20

In a break from running around the flight deck to raise funds for charity, crew members of HMCS Winnipeg join USN a… https://t.co/3QmEGaQFHo

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RoyalNavy

@RoyalNavy - 27-Oct-20

The RN's Caribbean task group led by @RFAArgus practised disaster relief ops on #Montserrat. @815NAS's Wildcat heli… https://t.co/IL5xOqK9Uh

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@RoyalNavy - 27-Oct-20

LPT Cawley was the first person in her family to join the Armed Forces, since then her cousin and brother are now s… https://t.co/y08qNxewhw

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@NavalReview - 27-Oct-20

RT @navalhistorian: After 30 years, the @Australian_Navy will no longer be deploying warships to the Middle East, & will also withdraw from…

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@NavalReview - 26-Oct-20

RT @CdnNavalReview: Feeling a little left out. First US, UK sign a naval tech agreement, now USN/RN sign a Statement of Intent for Future I…

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@RoyalNavy - 26-Oct-20

A MARINE engineering and propulsion specialist company has been awarded a multi-million pound contract to support a… https://t.co/BBAaGaktqG

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@CdnNavalReview - 26-Oct-20

Good to see RCN back in Op Caribbe. Smooth sailing to HMCS Summerside. https://t.co/3rJ199OnSK

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@CdnNavalReview - 26-Oct-20

An interesting article. Looking for hiccups in the first Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship. "Seeking out the gremlins… https://t.co/USUDi2ekqU

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