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The Royal Navy is Britain’s Maritime Armed Force, protecting our nation’s interests around the globe. We operate in some of the world’s most high impact situations, and technology is at the heart of everything we do. In order to respond to any natural disasters or events that threaten our economy or national...

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Graduate Opportunities (6)

Whitehall invests £30m in laser weapon to protect ships from attack...

Whitehall is spending £30m turning science fiction into fact and test laser weapons on Royal Navy warships Industry has been given two years to design, build and then test a laser directed energy weapon at sea and on land. The weapon is intended to down – or disrupt – drones or missiles , fast attack boats and even incoming mortar rounds courtesy of a high-power, concentrated laser beam. The US Navy already has a laser weapon fitted to the support ship USS Ponce...

Feb 22, 2017

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Navy's eyes in the sky look to the future on board HMS Ocean

Learning how they might help defend the Royal Navy’s flagship of tomorrow are the Navy’s ‘eyes in the sky’ aboard its flagship of today. After years over the sands of Afghanistan – where their radars proved vital in tracking the movements of insurgents on the ground – the Sea Kings of 849 Naval Air Squadron are re-learning the art of working with a carrier task group, led by HMS Ocean. The helicopter assault ship is currently the flagship of the...

Feb 21, 2017

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Jim

Marine Engineer Submariner

Originally from Reading, I graduated in 2011 from Swansea University with an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering. After a short career in teaching I felt like I wanted to push myself a little further so I decided to join the RN in 2014....

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Merlin squadron's Gulf deployment prepares for HMS Queen Elizabeth'...

From one flagship to another, a Merlin Mk2 from 820 NAS lands on HMS Ocean in the Gulf. Next year the squadron – known as the Flying Fish – will fly the first aircraft to land onboard HMS Queen Elizabeth as she sails from Rosyth to make her debut in her home port of Portsmouth. As well as 820 NAS, a Merlin Mk2 from 814 NAS, AKA the Flying Tigers, also provided support to Ocean. Both crews will spend Christmas in the Gulf supporting Commander Task Force 50, Cdre Andrew...

Feb 22, 2017

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Rich

Marine Engineer

I joined Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College where I did my A-Levels, played a lot of sport and reached a national semi-final in rugby having gone on a 2 week rugby tour to Canada. I also learned various military skills including: sailing,...

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