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British Navy lands on Cayman beach

British Navy lands on Cayman beach

| 10/07/2017 | 37 Comments
(CNS): The Royal Engineers aboard the RFA Mounts Bay demonstrated how quickly and efficiently they can unload heavy equipment and supplies and set up a command post, if needed in the wake of a natural disaster, during a special exercise at the weekend. Military and other disaster equipment rolled up [...]

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British navy to land equipment on 7MB

British navy to land equipment on 7MB

| 03/07/2017 | 46 Comments
(CNS): Tourists enjoying the beauty of Seven Mile Beach on Friday and Saturday could be in for a surprise when the Royal Navy simulates a post hurricane exercise in front of Government House. RFA Mounts Bay, a British naval auxiliary landing ship, will test its disaster recovery response and land a [...]

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Royal Navy crew plans exercise with RCIPS

Royal Navy crew plans exercise with RCIPS

| 09/02/2016 | 7 Comments
(CNS): A British Royal Navy vessel that is currently patrolling the Atlantic, offering support and standby assistance to UK territories as well as watching out for drug traffickers, will be visiting Grand Cayman this month. The crew from HMS Mersey, one of four Royal Navy River Class Offshore Patrol [...]

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UK naval support ship to bring the governor’s new car

UK naval support ship to bring the governor’s new car

| 13/07/2015 | 31 Comments
(CNS): A British naval vessel which is currently on deployment in the Atlantic for both disaster relief and counter narcotics operations is on its way to Cayman and is expected to arrive on Wednesday with a new car for the governor. RFA Lyme Bay will visit for five days and in addition to the human [...]

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British naval patrol ship calls on Cayman

British naval patrol ship calls on Cayman

| 20/01/2015 | 0 Comments
(CNS): The UK’s Royal Naval ship, HMS Severn, arrived in Cayman on Sunday for a short visit, having already paid a call on nine islands in the region over the last few weeks as it patrols the Caribbean Sea. The ship replaced HMS Argyll last month and it will remain in the region until July to [&h [...]

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