Manpower for the 2 new carriers of sufficient calibre?

Maalox

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Although conditions on carriers have improved, on viewing the high calibre of Briton that doesn't exist any more that operated RN carriers in the 60s and 70s in these clips



are the recruiters really sure that they will be able to find the 2000 of this breed, including the air element, from the current British youth needed to man the QEII & POW?
 
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Although conditions on carriers have improved, on viewing the high calibre of Briton that doesn't exist any more that operated RN carriers in the 60s and 70s in these clips



are the recruiters really sure that they will be able to find the 2000 of this breed, including the air element, from the current British youth needed to man the QEII & POW?
That's right. All British and Commonwealth young people recruited these days are complete thickos. Supported by huge amounts of hearsay.
 
#4
QEII? I've never heard of an aircraft carrier of that name, or one abbreviated to that. Do tell.
 
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Although conditions on carriers have improved, on viewing the high calibre of Briton that doesn't exist any more that operated RN carriers in the 60s and 70s in these clips



are the recruiters really sure that they will be able to find the 2000 of this breed, including the air element, from the current British youth needed to man the QEII & POW?
Do you like films about gladiators?
 

FORMER_FYRDMAN

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are the recruiters really sure that they will be able to find the 2000 of this breed, including the air element, from the current British youth needed to man the QEII & POW?
The Admiralty has already considered this issue - which is why there's no air element.
 
#10
Although conditions on carriers have improved, on viewing the high calibre of Briton that doesn't exist any more that operated RN carriers in the 60s and 70s in these clips



are the recruiters really sure that they will be able to find the 2000 of this breed, including the air element, from the current British youth needed to man the QEII & POW?

What no comments regarding reliability, no comparison to a kiddies bath toy, you must be slipping you pointless cloud of sheep piss
 
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Those haicuts are irreplaceable.
 

chrisg46

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Come on now, Mlaarox has even got photos of him doing research this time...

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#18
Fregattenkapitän Erich Topp knows all about HMS QEII.
Why would he know about HMS QEII? He was a submarine commander in the Second World War, and afterwards in the BundesMarine, retiring in 1969. And he died in 2005. So what has he to do with your incomprehensible dribbling about the incapability of all things British Military?
 

Maalox

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#19
Because a photo of U-Boat ace Tropp is "Seadog's" avatar, yet he claims that he has never heard of HMS QEII!



QEII? I've never heard of an aircraft carrier of that name, or one abbreviated to that. Do tell.

Either Seadog really is a bit simple or he is being facetious.
 

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