FAA News Archive
RN Lynx - book release
This is the story of an amazing aircraft that has served in every naval theatre of operations over the last forty years but not always received the praise it deserved, (particularly during the Falklands and Gulf Wars).
Defence Secretary opens new facilities to support arrival of new carriers
A £120m investment will mean that Portsmouth Naval Base will be ready for Britain’s biggest ever warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon told personnel at the ship’s new home today.
AIR BRANCH RESERVIST IN KOREA ATTENDS REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY
A Royal Marine Pilot who serves with the Royal Naval Reserve Air Branch attended a moving remembrance ceremony at the United Nations Memorial Cemetery in South Korea.
RFA ARGUS RESUMES HER AVIATION TRAINING ROLE
The Royal Navy’s Primary Aviation Training Ship, RFA Argus was put through her paces recently as she was validated for Multi-spot and Multi-aircraft aviation operations.
Wings of the Royal Marines train where eagles dare in Bavarian Alps
WITH the leaves on the trees surrounding the fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein turning to various shades of brown as autumn sets in, a Merlin helicopter heads for southern Bavaria.
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