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Himalayan challenge for Lars

Not satisfied with conquering Europe’s renowned mountain, submariner Lars Atkins is gearing up to tackle one of the Himalayas’ most challenging peaks next month (May).

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Submariners Association Visit to Belfast 2024

The Submariners Association would like to take this opportunity to thank the following for their support and assistance in making this one of the most successful Family Weekend's to date.

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Belfast AGM & Family Weekend

The Northern Ireland Branch helped to organise and hosted this years Submariners Association AGM and reunion, making it a truly Gala Weekend.

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HMS Victorious £560 million life extension program

Having arrived in Plymouth last year, HMS Victorious is currently undergoing a program that will ensure its operational readiness for patrols extending well into the 2030s. This initiative, the second of its kind at Babcock's Devonport facility in Plymouth, is vital for the Vanguard fleet's contribution to Operation Relentless, the UK military's longest-running operation.

James Magennis VC

James (Joseph) Magennis, VC was a Belfast-born sailor. He was the only native of Northern Ireland to receive the Victoria Cross in the Second World War.

East Kent AGM & March Branch Meeting

The East Kent Branch held their AGM and Branch meeting Sunday 17th March at Ramsgate RNA club. The meeting began with a tot of rum with the toast to those in Sick Bay.

Himalayan challenge for Lars

Not satisfied with conquering Europe’s renowned mountain, submariner Lars Atkins is gearing up to tackle one of the Himalayas’ most challenging peaks next month (May).

Music & Camping festival – At E@SE 2024

Our host site this year is the Spilsbury & Jones Brewing Company at Orleton Court Farm Campsite, a beautiful venue set amongst orchards and hop fields, bordering the river Teme and with its own fishing lake.

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