Royal Navy submarine HMS Triumph returned to HM Naval Base Devonport from the Mediterranean on Saturday 2 April after supporting international efforts to protect civilians in Libya over the past two weeks.
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HMS Triumph returns from Libya operations
The Royal Navy’s ocean survey vessel HMS Scott is hoping for a warm welcome on her return to Devonport on Sunday 10 April 2011, after travelling over 22,500 miles (36,000km) through one of the most austere maritime environments on the planet.
HMS Scott returns from the Antarctic
The Afghan National Police (ANP) in Helmand have taken a further step in their continuing development after receiving first aid training from medics of The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland (5 SCOTS).
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ANP get lifesaving lessons from 5 SCOTS
A veterinary outreach programme in Nad ‘Ali is one of a growing number conducted by the Royal Army Veterinary Corps designed to help farmers and livestock owners living in the remote corners of Helmand province, Afghanistan.
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Army vets help to develop Helmand’s rural economy
The Royal Navy and the Army today released the details of their redundancy programmes to their personnel.
Royal Navy and Army release redundancy scheme details