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Bristol students take to Sea

Two students from Bristol University Royal Naval Unit (URNU) were given the opportunity to experience life on board the fleet ready escort, HMS St Albans, during her journey from Portsmouth into London. The ship gave the two Officer Cadets (OC) the full works of maritime experiences, including visits to every department as well as witnessing

By |March 14th, 2017|Armed Forces & Cadets, News|
  • HMS St Albans (foreground), seen here with the Russian Warships Petr Velikiy (centre) and the Admiral Kuznetsov (background). She was escorting the ships as part of her Fleet Ready Escort duties.

HMS St Albans – Russian Admiral Kuznetsov carrier task group transportation

HMS St Albans (foreground), seen here with the Russian Warships Petr Velikiy (centre) and the Admiral Kuznetsov (background). She was escorting the ships as part of her Fleet Ready Escort duties. Royal Navy warship HMS St Albans has escorted the Russian Admiral Kuznetsov carrier task group back through the Channel. The Portsmouth-based Type 23 frigate kept

By |February 7th, 2017|Armed Forces & Cadets, News|

HMS St Albans – Marketors’ Cup

The Master, Andrew Marsden, presented the Marketor’ Cup to AB (SEA) Charlotte Dodds on HMS St Albans in Portsmouth on the morning of the 26th September. The Cup is awarded annually to a member of the Ship’s Company who has done most to raise the profile of HMS ST ALBANS and/or the Royal Navy.

By |September 27th, 2015|Armed Forces & Cadets, News|

HMS St Albans visits London and on to the America’s Cup – July 2015

On 7th July 2015, HMS St Albans sailed down the Thames and passed through the lock into West India Dock where she remained for a week adjacent to Thames Quay below Canary Wharf. The Master, Andrew Marsden, was invited to the select Civic Lunch in the Wardroom at the invitation of the new Captain, Commander

By |July 24th, 2015|Armed Forces & Cadets, Events, News|

Armed Forces

Armed Forces and Cadets Committee The committee has been in existence since 1997, when Past Master Roger Hood, who attained the rank of Brigadier in the TA (now called the Army Reserve), facilitated a connection with 151 (London) Transport Regiment, as it was then called, now usually affectionately abbreviated to ‘151’ by most Marketors, in

By |August 19th, 2013|Armed Forces & Cadets|
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