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A selection of comment on current media topics closely related to the Royal Navy

These may include observations on media issues as well as details on printed publications events and speeches.

    A pamphlet offering a summary of the First Sea Lord's vision for the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary.
  • FLY NAVY 100
    On the 7th May 2009, the Royal Navy will be celebrating 100 years of Naval Aviation, on the anniversary of the date in 1909 when the Admiralty placed its first order for a Naval Airship.
  • Battle at Sea
    In September 2008 Doring Kingsley are publishing a new book in association with the Royal Navy called Battle at Sea. Written by R. G. Grant, this stunning visual encyclopedia covers 3,000 years of naval warfare.
  • Jeremy Clarksons Meets the Viking
    Jeremy Clarkson swaps his racing overalls for some Combat 95’s in his new Christmas DVD ‘Thriller’. Clarkson spent a day putting the armoured amphibious all-terrain Viking through its paces with the Royal Marines of the Armoured Support Group CTCRM.
  • The Future Royal Navy
    The Royal Navy operates in a fast changing and uncertain world in which an ability to adapt rapidly is central to ensuring we remain both capable and resilient. We must ensure that we are a modern and relevant force capable of sustained deployments and with the ability to respond rapidly and effectively to crises whenever and wherever required.
  • The National Museum of the Royal Navy
    The National Museum of the Royal Navy embraces the Royal Navy’s four service Museums and HMS Victory. Each museum is located on its own separate site and each is dedicated to preserving the past and promoting the future of Royal Navy’s activities either on the sea, under the sea, in the air or on the land.
  • Sea Your History
    A fantastic resource for those interested in 20th century naval history is now live! The Sea Your History website is a great place to discover more about the Royal Navy and Portsmouth Dockyard.
  • The Marine Society College of the Sea
    The Marine Society College of the Sea (MSCoS) is a specialist distance learning college committed to the provision and promotion of access to continuing education for professional British seafarers from all the sea services.