UK MoD issues tender for two firm and "optional" third FSS

The UK defense ministry has issued a tender for the acquisition of Fleet Solid Support (FSS) ships which will be ...

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UK welcomes third Tide-class tanker

Royal Fleet Auxiliary’s third Tide-class tanker RFA Tidesurge arrived in Cornwall, England, on March 27 where ...

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Fourth UK Tide-class tanker named in South Korea

RFA Tideforce, the final of four Tide-class tankers being built for the UK in South Korea, was named on January 24 ...

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RFA Tidespring arrives in Portsmouth for commissioning

The lead ship in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary’s new tanker fleet, the RFA Tidespring, has arrived in Portsmouth to ...

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GMB: UK should not open FSS construction to foreign yards

UK worker union GMB has slammed the UK government’s decision to put up an international tender for the ...

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UK Coast Guard, Royal Navy responding to dredger explosion

The UK Coastguard on October 4 said it was responding to an explosion aboard a dredging vessel two nautical miles ...

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SEA links Boeing's Chinook with its simulation software

Prior to the Chinook helicopter starting sea trials aboard the Royal Navy’s first MARS tanker, UK company SEA ...

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UK MoD soliciting buyers for two former RFA ships

UK’s defense ministry is inviting interested buyers to provide expressions of interest for the purchase of ...

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RFA Tidesurge officially named in South Korea

The third of four Royal Fleet Auxiliary Tide-class tankers has been named in a ceremony at the Daewoo Shipbuilding ...

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Royal Navy tanker retires after 40 years of service

Royal Fleet Auxiliary tanker Gold Rover was officially decommissioned in a March 6 ceremony at HM Naval Base ...

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Royal Navy's oldest vessel ready for retirement

Royal Fleet Auxiliary Gold Rover entered Portsmouth one final time on February 22, marking the end of her 43-year ...

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RFA Wave Ruler returns to FOST support activities

Following an operational tasking in the second part of 2016, RFA Wave Ruler returned home for a maintenance period ...

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RFA Tidespring arrives in Japan en route home to UK

Royal Fleet Auxiliary tanker Tidespring arrived in Japan on February 9 for a scheduled stop on its way to UK ...

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Last of the RFA Leaf Class Tankers to Retire

The last of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Leaf Class support tankers is to leave the Service on Wednesday (30 ...

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RFA’s Ensign ‘Flies’ Nearly 140 Feet ...

Nearly 140 feet below the surface of the mid-Atlantic, the standard of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary ‘flies’ for the ...

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UK’s New RFA Tankers to Get Military Capabilities

The UK Ministry of Defence has awarded a £15 million contract to A&P Group to install high-end military ...

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RFA Argus Charity Fund Raising in Sierra Leone

Sailors, Airmen, Royal Marines and Medics are stepping up their efforts to help youngsters orphaned by Ebola in ...

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Cammell Laird Completes Biggest Ever Royal Fleet ...

Birkenhead (Liverpool City Region UK) shipyard and marine engineering services provider Cammell Laird is completing ...

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RFA Fort Austin Takes Part in Cougar 14

Royal Fleet Auxiliary ship Fort Austin has spent the last few weeks in company with HMS Bulwark as part of the ...

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RFA Argus to Help Fight Ebola in West Africa

RFA Argus to Help Fight Ebola in West Africa

Merlin helicopters, Royal Marines and the Royal UK Navy’s ‘floating clinic’ RFA Argus will join the fight to stop ...

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Cammell Laird Completes First Year of Second RFA Deal

Merseyside shipyard and engineering services company Cammell Laird has completed the first year of the second ...

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