Military medic Tanya Wilson has swapped the wards of the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth for the front line in Afghanistan where, for the past five months, she has been accompanying Royal Marines on patrol.
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Navy medic looks after Royal Marines in Helmand
Nine Royal Marines from Her Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde’s Fleet Protection Group in Faslane recently helped raise over £10,000 for charity by assisting a blind man to scale the heights of Ben Nevis.
Royal Marines help blind man up Ben Nevis
A Royal Navy Search and Rescue team helped rescue a father and son who had fallen down cliffs in Scotland this week, while an RAF crew rescued a teenage girl stuck in mud near Middlesbrough.
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Navy and RAF Search and Rescue teams in action
Since the start of Operation HERRICK 14 in April this year, the Military Stabilisation Support Group (MSSG) in Helmand province has helped with a number of projects that have directly benefited people’s lives.
Military stabilisation teams benefiting Afghan lives
As an 8,000-tonne hull section of the Royal Navy’s latest aircraft carrier begins a 600-mile (966km) journey around the north coast of Scotland, a team of cyclists has set off to try and ‘beat the block’ to its destination.
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Key section of new Navy carrier is on the move