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RT @RFAArgus: Hello #BVI. A beautiful day to sail in and drop anchor just off Spanish Town on the island of Virgin Gorda. 🇻🇬 ⚓ #Caribbean #…
The crew of HMS Prince of Wales will represent the Naval Service at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshir… https://t.co/WwIm0vNyzd
#HappyBirthday to HRH The Princess Royal, who celebrates her 70th birthday tomorrow. https://t.co/pL7Bres5cS
The UK is chatting with Australia and Japan about greater security cooperation in Indo-Pacific region. What's invol… https://t.co/JMCdohSQiO
More about Turkey and maritime disputes. Article examines how the regional navies compare. "Turkey Is Up Against So… https://t.co/ElyFgnRpJp
Turkey v. Greece maritime dispute could become a problem for NATO. Hopefully cool heads will prevail as warships fa… https://t.co/eiJnoRBD83
RT @PoppyLegion: A great round up of what to look out for this Saturday as we mark #VJDAY75. ⬇️ https://t.co/bLSTEe0jAK
RT @AdmTonyRadakin: A real privilege to take the salute at BRNC Dartmouth today. Over 200 people passing out, officers and ratings, from 14…
RT @HMSEnterprise: From loading stores on Sunday to delivering a survey and setting up camp for up 500 people. Cracking teamwork to deliver…
Navy officers and ratings have passed out together side-by-side today, for the first time in history, at Britannia… https://t.co/H2EtBAxboU
Philippine navy leader worries about Chinese maritime aggression much more than Philippine President. "South China… https://t.co/p87w2t7JKf
A problem for NATO. Turkey's warships in Greek-claimed waters. Turkey's M of Defence rhetoric: "Inspired by our glo… https://t.co/esQRY5Um0i