HMS Bulwark develops her twin Chinook capability

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Ministry of Defence said:
To develop her lift capacity the Royal Navy's flagship, HMS Bulwark, has been operating with two CH-47 Chinook helicopters whilst transiting north to the Tyne.

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#5
Sighs. Is this really the best capability we can boast about? :( Nor exactly the Charles de Gaule is it? Or even INS Viraat.
 
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Sorry. MoD are crap at the end of the day, but we are working on it. Here.

Flagship's Chinook double act | British Forces News

Any idea when you can shift your boat out of the river? No rush, but it is cluttering up the place. Thanks.

"…Following that successful operation, HMS Bulwark’s deck was modified as part of a £30 million refit package.

The modifications included new deck markings and the removal and relocation of obstructions.…"

Makes you wonder why some MOD design genius didn't make the flight deck a tad bigger in the first place, after all, it's not as if the fact the RAF uses Wokkas snuck up on the RN unannounced, is it?
 

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