Discussion in 'Royal Navy' started by MoD_RSS, May 22, 2012.
In the case of the Royal Navy, they have been using the term since 1904. They were called Naval Lords before that and we're thought of as professional Lords as opposed to civilian Lords who signed paperwork.
I've actually learnt something.
Good old MoOD RSS, furiously posting right on pc messages, but strangly quiet about the savage capability cuts the RN is taking.
I wonder who supplies their fiddles and heat proof underpants?
This was much more informative with the other posts.
Milestones reached for women in the Royal Navy - Just as long as they dont crash their ship into them, unlike some of the blokes do.
Has the Type 23 been fitted with parking sensors?
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