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The Royal Navy’s Submarine Escape, Rescue, Abandonment, Survival (SMERAS) Training Facility recently welcomed the 5000th Student since opening its doors in 2021.



Morecambe and Lancaster Armed Forces Day

The Armed Forces Day flag-raising at Morecambe Town Hall saw vibrant participation with Mayor Abi Mills, Colonel J Davies, and other dignitaries. AB ‘Wills’ enthralled visitors with his passion for submarines, especially at the new North West Submarine Association gazebo.




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Cold War Centre Update

Cold War Centre Update By Ian Whitehouse In October 2021 the National Museum Royal Navy (NMRN)...



BZ From the King

Submariner, Petty Officer Matthew Connick is made an MBE in the King’s 2024 Birthday Honours for demonstrating “innovation and vision” by developing and coding communications software – entirely in his own time – that reduces the time Royal Navy submarines spend at periscope depth.

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Sunderland Branch July 24 Update

The Sunderland branch has been bustling with activity. From visiting Gosforth RU Park in support of Military v Cancer, too visiting Faslane and HMS/m Anson, being but just two of our activities.

Honouring the Life and Service of Graham McGuinness

Members of the Morecambe Bay Submariners Association honoured Graham McGuinness at the Charnock Richard Crematorium in Chorley. The ceremony included heartfelt tributes to Graham’s exceptional service in submarines and the nuclear industry.

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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85 Years since the loss of HMS Thetis

Shortly before 10 A.M. on June 1st 1939, His Majesty’s Submarine Thetis left Birkenhead to make a diving trial. This was to be Thetis’s first venture as a submarine proper. Five hours later she was lying, sunk, 160 feet down, with her bows stuck in the mud. Although only 38 miles from land, 99 lost their lives, only 4 survived.

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Celebrity Jason Fox visits HMNB Clyde

More than 750 Military and civilian staff flocked to listen to Jason Fox on Wednesday, April 17, when he delivered the second in a series Human Performance Lectures in the HMS Neptune Supermess.

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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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Morecambe Bay Branch monthly meeting

The Morecambe Bay Branch of the SA met for their monthly meeting on Friday 5 Apr and managed to get 16 of the 28 members in the same place, to remember those that have gone before and to share the opinions of the group with each other.

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