The Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales has left Portsmouth and is heading for Rosyth for work on its starboard propeller shaft. The shaft suffered a mechanical defect as the ship left for New York last month. Inspections by divers revealed the shaft...
The Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales broke down shortly after departing Portsmouth for a training mission in the US. After divers conducted an inspection, it appears there is significant damage to the shaft on the propeller and that the ship...
The new flagship of the British Navy has been hit by a Covid outbreak during its maiden voyage around the world. British media report that around 100 infections have been detected on board HMS Queen Elizabeth. Covid cases have also been discovered on board escort...
The frigate HNLMS Evertsen will be taking part in the British Carrier Strike Group (CSG) in the coming six months. This is a fleet around the new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth, with 32 British and American fighter planes and helicopters on board. The Dutch...
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