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This is a selection of 'Latest News' from the Royal Fleet Auxiliary, for the Royal Navy see RN Live.

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  • A Fond Farewell by RFA Largs Bay to the Falkland Islands
    Largs Bay (LRGS) said farewell to the Falklands Islands after a very successful first visit by a LSD (A) and following a spectacular display of her prowess during a Capability Demonstration.
  • Golf
    3rd Mar 2009
    Golf
    Eight members of the ship’s company, including the Captain DJM Worthington OBE and Chief Engineer Robert Evans, enjoyed a day’s golf at the Riva Dei Tessali course during our port visit to Taranto, Italy.
  • COs Luncheon
    2nd Mar 2009
    COs Luncheon
    Captain Worthington OBE hosted an official luncheon onboard RFA Fort Austin that was attended by senior Italian Navy officers, including Rear Admiral Cassamassina.
  • Another Brazilian Stop for Largs
    After a 10 day passage from the Falklands Recife proved a welcome rest stop for Largs Bay.
  • 40 Commando Royal Marines Sail for TAURUS 09
    Royal Marines from 40 Commando Royal Marines have left their home base in Somerset, sailing from the UK with RFA Mounts Bay for TAURUS 09.
  • A Goodbye to the Falklands
    During the last seven weeks the ship has been very busy with various tasks around the islands.
  • Orangeleaf in Heavy Seas
    As the winter freeze and snowstorms bit hard into the UK, RFA Orangeleaf endured heavy sea and high winds to carry out her duties as FOST tanker.
  • Wave Knight on Deployment
    RFA Wave Knight has had a busy three months since completing her AMP at the end of October 08.
  • RFA Orangeleaf Undergoes Maintenance Period
    Following a well deserved rest for the crew over the festive period, Orangeleaf underwent a maintenance period at Portland to bring her back to her best to support Flag Officer Sea Training..
  • RFA Cardigan Bay in the NAG
    The vessel remains in the Northern Arabian Gulf (NAG) and after a large crew change the Cardigan Bay set sail from Bahrain to her usual stomping grounds of over 28 degrees and 30 minutes north.