News story: Navy's new carrier receives first massive gas turbine

Discussion in 'MoD News' started by MoD_RSS, Jan 28, 2013.

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  2. So Swindon's the new metric against-which all future news articles featuring power-outputs are to be compared.

    At least give us a fighting chance. How many London buses does that compare to?
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  3. You'd be able to power 159,000 simultaneously all filled with sea-skimming supersonic golf balls, which any fule know is the ISO unit of awesomeness.
  4. Subsunk

    Subsunk War Hero Book Reviewer

    Tony Graham sounds massively easy to please and should probably take a sedative before the ship launch, in case he bursts like a big watermelon of joy.
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  5. Swindon has lights?
  6. I hope so because I'm moving that way in a couple of months time...
  7. Yes, and hopefully BFO watchtowers, barbed-wire fences and Dobermans.
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  8. Subsunk

    Subsunk War Hero Book Reviewer

    And that insane roundabout. It's like driving into 'Robot Wars' unless you commute to work in a Merkava MBT.
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  9. But no speed camera's

    FORMER_FYRDMAN LE Book Reviewer

    What a waste of time, stating the bleeding obvious. Saying that a powered warship has a powerpack is on a par with saying that Aircraft Carriers carry aircra...

    OK, fair go - it's a legitimate good news story. Good effort MoD_RSS, well done.
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  11. So why don't they install three MT30s to make them functional? :???:

    Isn't there plenty of empty space on the hangar deck?
  12. Yes. From the burning cars in the Pinehurst area of the town...
  13. The other third will be oar power.

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  14. But no speed camera's what?
  15. Swindon, derived for the Domesday entry for "Suindune", believed to be derived from the Anglo-Saxon words "swine" and "dun" meaning pig hill...........well not much has changed then!