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  • Five sea cadets from the Training Ship (TS) Lochinvar based in Queensferry have been presented with certificates in Public Services after completing a year long course.
  • The Commanding Officer of HMS Raleigh, Captain Steve Murdoch, has carried out the biennial inspection of the Plymouth College Combined Cadet Force (CCF).
  • Meeting a group of Royal Navy recruits undergoing their basic training was among the highlights of a visit to HMS Raleigh by Lady Mary Holborrow, the Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall.  
  • The trainee sailors of Chatham Mess at HMS Raleigh have been finding out about their namesake ship's last deployment on anti-piracy patrol during a visit by the Commanding Officer.
  • Around 200 people based at HMS Raleigh took the chance to learn about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle during an event organised by the establishment's PT department.
  • Trainee sailors from Hawke Division at HMS Raleigh have been putting their team working skills into action during a clean-up operation at churches on the Rame peninsular.
  • Developing team-working and leadership skills was the aim of an exercise held at HMS Raleigh last weekend (Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 October) involving 120 Royal Naval Reservists (RNR).
  • ROYAL NAVY KEY MESSAGES   The Naval Service continues to recruit, despite the temporary restriction on training places, which have been put into place to avoid exceeding Royal Navy manpower strengths, in a buoyant recruiting environment.
  • Cadets from the Cambridge University Officers' Training Corps (UOTC) have battled to save a sinking ship during training with the Royal Navy at HMS Raleigh in Cornwall.
  • The Commodore Fleet Air Arm, Commodore Martin Westwood, has met with a group of new recruits whose job it will be to keep the Royal Navy’s helicopters and jets flying high.