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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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  • RFA Fort George Returns Home
    Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) oil replenishment ship Fort George returns to Crombie on the morning of Monday 16 August after a busy four-month deployment to the north and west Atlantic.
  • DCinC Visits Argus
    11th Aug 2010
    DCinC Visits Argus
    Deputy Commander in Chief Fleet, Vice Admiral Richard Ibbotson CB DSC today visited RFA Argus alongside in Portsmouth Naval Base, to meet the ship’s communications officers and ratings for the official renaming of the Communications branch of the RFA.
  • Lancashire Sailor Returns from Multi-National Exercise
    A sailor from Oldham is currently serving on board the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) vessel Fort George, as part of a series of multinational exercises in the North and West Atlantic.
  • Edinburgh Sailor Returns Home
    A decorated sailor from Edinburgh brought his illustrious career with the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) to a fitting conclusion recently when he met Prime Minister David Cameron during his last ever deployment.
  • RFA Argus Attends French Fly Navy 100
    The British Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Argus arrived at Toulon, France, on Thursday, June 10 to assist in the celebrations of 100 years of French Naval Aviation.
  • RFA Largs Bay Delivers Emergency Rations
    Following the successful cargo operations in Port au Prince and Gonaives on behalf of DfiD and the World Food Programme, RFA Largs Bay has been given the vital task of distributing emergency food aid to the remote village of Anse a Veau..
  • RFA Largs Bay Continues World Food Programme Tasking
    Following the successful unloading of UK Aid in Port au Prince on behalf of DfiD and International NGOs, RFA Largs Bay has started to unload its first cargo of essential food for the World Food Programme.
  • RFA Largs Bay Commences World Food Programme Offload
    After a short transit by sea to the remote town of Gonaives. 17 Port and Maritime Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps commence the process of unloading some 3600 sacks of beans, 4050 sacks of rice and 7392 packs of Meals ready to Eat (MRE).