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The Real Life of a Navy Sailor at Sea
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This Royal Navy produced stock reel contrasts the RN versus the Soviet Navy, its chief perceived adversary in combat. The film begins with shots of different modern merchant and oil tanker ships, as well as footage of Navy vessels. It also features footage of the Russian Navy in the 1970s beginning around the 2:30 mark, including helicopter carrying warships equipped with cruise missiles, amphibious assault ships, and more. Soviet amphibious forces are seen at the 4:30 mark including tanks, assault ships, and more. Russian bomber aircraft are seen at the 4:00 mark. The Soviet submarine fleet is profiled at the 5:00 mark with footage of SSBN nuclear missile and attack submarines. At the 6 minute mark, a Navy helicopter is shown making a rescue of stranded merchant seamen on the high seas. At the 7:00 mark, Royal Navy ships are shown on maneuvers, including mine hunting warship M29, which uses an ROV to find enemy mines and detonate them. Nuclear powered hunter killer submarines are shown at the 8:40 mark launching homing torpedoes and harpoon missiles (this material was used in the Thomas Dolby video "One of Our Submarines is Missing btw!) Diesel submarines are seen at the 9:30 mark. An Invincible class carrier is shown at 9:45 with Sea Harrier aircraft, and ASW helicopters are seen at the 11:00 mark. The Sea Dart missile system is seen at the 12:30 mark, and Sea Wolf at 13:00. The 4.5 gun is shown at the 13:30 mark, capable of firing dozens of shells per minute. Support craft are shown at the 14:30 mark, including ships designed to enforce shipping regulations and protect British interests in the North Sea -- including members of the Royal Marines (15:20 mark) who would protect an oil platform against say the IRA. Snow troops are shown at 16:00. Polaris missile submarines are shown at the 17:00 mark. The last part of the film shows a Naval exercise with the fleet, including emergency drill with simulated wounded and fire aboard ship. The Invincible class was a class of light aircraft carrier operated by the Royal Navy. Three ships were constructed, HMS Invincible, HMS Illustrious and HMS Ark Royal. The vessels were built as aviation-capable anti-submarine warfare (ASW) platforms to counter the Cold War North Atlantic Soviet submarine threat, and initially embarked Sea Harrier aircraft and Sea King HAS.1 anti-submarine helicopters. With the cancellation of CVA-01, the three ships became the replacements for Ark Royal and Eagle fleet carriers and the Centaur-class light fleet carriers, and the Royal Navy's sole class of aircraft carrier. The three vessels have seen active service in a number of locations, including the South Atlantic during the Falklands War, the Adriatic during the Bosnian War, and in the Middle East for the 2003 Invasion of Iraq. Invincible was decommissioned in 2005 and put in reserve in a low state of readiness. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example like: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD and 2k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
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Royal Navy Aircraft Carrier | HMS Queen Elizabeth refuelling at sea
HMS Queen Elizabeth has successfully refuelled ‘on the go’ for the first time in the North Atlantic, after receiving her ‘amber gold’ from RFA Tidespring. READ MORE ► https://bit.ly/2K6amKz --- SUBSCRIBE: + Royal Navy ► http://bit.ly/2JlOGwW + Royal Marines ► http://bit.ly/2xxnCGe --- LATEST NEWS ► http://bit.ly/2J5CXmP --- + INSTAGRAM ►https://www.instagram.com/RoyalNavy + FACEBOOK ► https://www.facebook.com/RoyalNavy + TWITTER ► https://twitter.com/RoyalNavy --- JOIN US: + Aviation: http://bit.ly/2LREMS9 + Engineering: http://bit.ly/2Hdu6tx + Logistics: http://bit.ly/2kH4mwJ + Medical: http://bit.ly/2Jqyjiw + Warfare: http://bit.ly/2Jkr1wO + Royal Marines: http://bit.ly/2kMxgMd
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Royal Navy Flagship HMS Ocean – Amphibious Assault Operations
HMS Ocean is an amphibious assault ship, the Royal Navy's sole Landing Platform Helicopter and the fleet flagship of the Royal Navy. She is designed to support amphibious landing operations and to support the staff of Commander UK Amphibious Force and Commander UK Landing Force. Footage includes Royal Marines Commandos conducting beach assault from the ship in the Baltic Sea during NATO exercise Baltops 2016. (Learn more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Ocean_(L12)) AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Visit our channel for more military videos: http://www.youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this video to show your support! Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AiirSource Google+: http://www.google.com/+AiirSource Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AiirSource
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Some videos of Navy ship's battling heavy seas around the world, getting pushed around by hug waves
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ROYAL NAVY AMPHIBIOUS TRANSPORT DOCK HMS ALBION RETURNING TO SEA Royal Navy amphibious transport dock HMS Albion is scheduled to sail from Devonport Naval Base at the end of the week after spending almost six years tied to port in “extended readiness”. In late 2011 the ship was placed at extended readiness, following the decision by the UK Government in the Strategic Defence and Security Review to operate only one of two amphibious ships at a time. To be able to return to sea from mothballs, HMS Albion underwent a £90 million mid-life technical upgrade. In 2015 Babcock Marine began work on the ship’s rejuvenation. In one of Devonport’s largest dry-docks Albion rested temporarily whilst her hull was inspected, and major invasive structural work and re-preservation of the paint scheme was undertaken. Twelve months later, she was refloated and moved to the non-tidal basin at which point the propulsion and weapon systems were brought alive. In January of this year 350 sailors and royal marines of her ships company moved back on board and in March the ship was moved to her home berth at Weston Mill. The capability improvements are significant and necessary and will allow the ship to serve well into 2030s. During the refit 110 improvements have been made. The most significant being the state-of- the-art Phalanx defensive Close in Weapon System, a new propulsion cooling system to allow the ship to operate more effectively in warmer climates, upgraded surveillance radar and combat system computer brain to manage all the weapons and systems. HMS Albion now undertakes an intensive sea trials package to confirm performance of all her systems, followed by operational sea training. The ship is scheduled to sail from Devonport Naval Base at the end of the week. Source : https://goo.gl/p0iZ4i =================================================== DISCLAIMER: Information, Facts or Opinion expressed in this Video are Presented as Sources and do not reflects views of NEW UPDATE DEFENCE and hence NEW UPDATE DEFENCE is not liable or responsible for the same. The Sources are responsible for accuracy, Completeness, suitaibility and Validity of any information in this Documentary.
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Seafarers UK - Opportunities to Work At Sea - Royal Navy (long)
A Life Without Limits – Royal Navy This year Seafarers Awareness Week is highlighting 'Opportunities to Work at Sea' - promoting education, training and recruitment services leading to employment in the maritime industry. To showcase some of the job options available, Seafarers UK produced five films which feature young people embarking on a career at sea. This film shows engineering trainees, Beatrice Ramoala and Aaron Adam from the Royal Navy onboard HMS Northumberland. http://www.seafarersawarenessweek.org/
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Tug Work At Sea from Seventies Navy -  a Royal Navy Videos DVD from Beualh
This is an extract from Seventies Navy available in specialist retailers, by phone on 0116 236 2091 0r on line at http://www.eavb.co.uk/store/ The crew of A95 Typhoon, an ocean going tug, tow Leander Class frigate F10 HMS Aurora. Tug Work in Harbour the first of the two Tug Work films can be veiwed at http://youtu.be/jr3DRR1Ry3I
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Marc Izquierdo - Navy Burial at Sea
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Royal Navy's Struggle To Adapt to New Warfare at Sea, 1914-1915
RAdm James Goldrick, RAN (Rtd.) speaking to the First World War Research Group, Defence Studies Department, King's College London at the Joint Services Command and Staff College on 10 March 2015 'Learning to Use the Remote: The Royal Navy's Struggle to Understand and Exploit the New Operational and Tactical Paradigms of Warfare in the North Sea in 1914'
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Royal Navy Ships (1940-1949)
Location Unknown / Unclear. Close up shot of Union Jack. Various shots of the warship at sea and activities onboard. Men are seen operating guns, signalling, looking through binoculars etc. Destroyer at rough sea, explosions around. Two marines playing trumpets. More shots of the battleship and the crew at sea. Guns being fired. Men on deck operating guns. Note: German battle cruiser Scharnhorst was sunk on 26th of December 1943 in the Atlantic. Five ships took part in the action: Belfast, Norfolk, Sheffield, Duke of York and Jamaica. This footage is probably aftermath of the action. FILM ID:1931.06 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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Are you in the Royal Navy or Royal Marines? Volunteer at Sea Cadets!
We need the help of people like you – volunteers who are happy to roll up their sleeves, get involved and potentially make a huge difference to the lives of so many! This video is aimed at Royal Navy active and current personnel, but if you're over 18 and would like to volunteer, please visit your local unit: www.sea-cadets.org/units or email [email protected]
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Royal Navy's HMS Enterprise excercise freedom of Tiverton
Hundreds braved the rain to see the crew of the HMS Enterprise exercise the freedom of Tiverton this weekend. The Royal Navy vessel returned home to Plymouth after three years at sea on Tuesday, April 18, and her crew of more than 50 were joined by the Royal Marine Corps of Drums and members of Tiverton Sea Cadets in a parade through the town centre on Sunday, April 30. Starting at Tiverton Pannier Market, the crew paraded with the Queen’s Colour in full ceremonial uniform with swords and rifles fitted with bayonets. The Mayor of Tiverton, Councillor Steve Flaws also gave an inspection of the crew. HMS Enterprise has been affiliated with Tiverton for her whole life in service, beginning when she was commissioned in October 2003. A part of this affiliation was the granting of the freedom of the city by the town council. Cllr Flaws said: “What a great honour it is for me as mayor of Tiverton to welcome to our town the members of our adopted ship and the Royal Marine Band. “A couple of weeks ago, I actually had the pleasure of visiting the ship in Plymouth and sailing down to Falmouth. It was a fabulous day out and one that I will always remember. During this trip I learnt about the important work the Royal Navy does to protect our shores and its humanitarian work across the globe. Specifically, I discovered that over the last few years, HMS Enterprise has rescued many thousands of refugees and has probably saved many of those people from drowning. “I believe that we should all be proud of the work done by HMS Enterprise and I trust we will all continue to develop stronger links between the town and the ship. These wonderful events do not happen very often so I feel highly privileged that this has happened during my year as mayor.” Commanding Officer of the HMS Enterprise Philip Harper, who joined HMS Enterprise in November 2016 and has spent more than 25 years in the Royal Navy added: “I am humbled and honoured by the reception we have been given in Tiverton. My ship’s company have homes all over the UK and indeed as far afield as New Zealand and the US, but for the ship herself, Tiverton represents home – a home more fondly remembered for being visited so rarely. “We owe a great debt of gratitude to the citizens of our great country, who keep the home fires burning and allow us to protect the nation’s interests abroad, at range. And this beautiful county of Devon does more than its fair share – it is home to half of the Royal Navy and most of the Royal Marines. For hundreds of years, Devon has supplied the best sailors in the world including Drake and Raleigh, and good a good many serving today in Enterprise. “For today we thank the Mayor and the Town Council, and all those who have worked so hard to prepare. Most particularly we thank the people of Tiverton for their warm welcome and ongoing support. I’d also like to pay tribute to the Sea cadet Corps, led by Chief Petty Officer Mikki Chubb for all their good work with the young people of the town. “Thank you Tiverton, and please go on making this town, county and country a place well worth coming home to.”
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The Royal Canadian Navy at Sea
working together at sea
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Royal Navy Ship HMS ARGYLL arrived Karachi
Royal Navy Ship HMS ARGYLL arrived Karachi on a goodwill visit which will be followed by Pakistan Navy – Royal Navy bilateral exercises at sea. HMS ARGYLL is a -Type-23 Guided Missile Frigate which was commissioned in Royal Navy In 1991. Earlier, Pakistan Navy F-22P Frigate visited Portsmouth, UK in July 2018. An impressive reception was arranged by PN to welcome HMS ARGYLL at Karachi Port. The ship was received by senior officials of Pakistan Navy and British High Commission. The visit of Royal Navy Ship to Pakistan is aimed at strengthening mutual Collaboration and interoperability between the two Navies through conduct of exercises and discussions on issues of common interest. During the visit to Karachi, professional interactions, sports and social activities will also be held. On completion of the port visit, Pakistan Navy – Royal Navy bilateral exercise at sea covering wide ranging of naval operations aimed at enhancing interoperability between the two navies is also planned.
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The Royal Navy Is About to Test F-35s on Its New Aircraft Carrier
The F-35 program’s Patuxent River Integrated Test Force (ITF) is gearing up to test the stealthy new jump jet onboard the new British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth later this year. As part of the effort, two F-35B short takeoff vertical landing (STOVL) variant Joint Strike Fighters along with more than 200 American and British personnel will embark on the British vessel for what the Royal Navy calls First of Class Flight Trials (Fixed Wing)—FOCFT (FW)—this fall. “It’ll be the return of fixed-wing maritime aviation to the U.K.,” Royal Navy Cmdr. Stephen Crockatt, the British team lead at the ITF, said. “From there on, the U.K. F-35B Lightnings can partake in supporting the defense of our realm from both land and sea, wherever the U.K. government decides.” Under current plans, the F-35 IFT and Royal Navy will conduct two back-to-back FOCFT (FW) phases this fall. During those test phases, the F-35 test team expects to conduct a variety of maneuvers both in the air on the flight deck to develop the F-35B’s operating envelope onboard the Queen Elizabeth-class carrier, according to the U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR). The F-35 IFT expects to evaluate F-35B’s performance on over 200 test points during different weather and sea conditions as well as the aircraft’s integration with HMS Queen Elizabeth. Every aspect of the aircraft and ship’s performance will be monitored during the tests. “They see every aspect of how the aircraft is performing and coping to different situations,” Royal Air Force Sq. Ldr. Andy Edgell, FOCFT (FW) lead test pilot at the Pax River ITF, said. “With thousands of parameters being monitored it is possible that they will identify emerging issues a long time before it becomes apparent to the pilot.” One of the unique aspects of the FOCFT (FW) trails will be the F-35B test team’s efforts to validate the Royal Navy’s Shipborne Rolling Vertical Landing (SRVL) concept. Unlike U.S. Navy aircraft carriers such as the Nimitz and the Gerald R. Ford-classes, which are equipped with catapult launch systems and arresting gear, the British flattops do not feature such systems. Instead, the British vessel features a ski-jump similar in concept to that found on the Russian Kuznetsov-class carrier , but without arresting gear. Flight deck operations are conceptually similar to what might be found on a U.S. Navy large-deck amphibious assault ship such as the America-class, however, the SRVL technique will push the concept beyond that found on the Wasp-class and LHA-6s, allowing pilots to return to ship with more stores on the aircraft after a mission.
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Why ? Royal Navy Ship HMS ARGYLL arrived in Karachi (Pakistan)
KARACHI: Royal Navy Ship HMS ARGYLL arrived in Karachi on a goodwill visit which will be followed by Pakistan Navy – Royal Navy bilateral exercises at sea. HMS ARGYLL is a -Type-23 Guided Missile Frigate which was commissioned in Royal Navy In 1991. Earlier, Pakistan Navy F-22P Frigate visited Portmouth, UK in July 2018. An impressive reception was arranged by PN to welcome HMS ARGYLL at Karachi Pot. The ship was received by senior officials of Pakistan Navy and British High Commission. The visit of Royal Navy Ship to Pakistan is aimed at strengthening mutual Collaboration and interoperability between the two Navies through conduct of exercises and discussions on issues of common interest. During the visit to Karachi, professional interactions, sports and social activities will also be held. On completion of the port visit, Pakistan Navy – Royal Navy bilateral exercise at sea covering wide ranging of naval operations aimed at enhancing interoperability between the two navies is also planned.
Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer HMS Dragon Ready for Gulf Deployment
Royal Navy Type 45 Destroyer HMS Dragon Ready for Gulf Deployment The UK Royal Navy’s, Type 45 Daring-class air-defence destroyer, HMS Dragon, left her homeport in Portsmouth on Sept. 18, to embark on an operational deployment to the Gulf. The HMNB Portsmouth based destroyer is scheduled to work alongside coalition and regional partners throughout her time away. She will be focused on providing regional maritime security. Source : https://goo.gl/sVW8Lj #royalnavy #royalnavydestroyer #type45 #hmsdragon
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Sinking Ship Simulator: The Royal Navy's Damage Repair Instructional Unit
http://tomscott.com - with many, many thanks to the Royal Navy and everyone at HMS Excellent! http://royalnavy.mod.uk How do you train sailors to save a sinking ship? Sure, you can teach them the theory, but there's no replacement for having to hammer softwood wedges into deck and bulkhead splits that are spraying cold, high-pressure water in your face. At HMS Excellent in Portsmouth sits Hazard, a Royal Navy Damage Repair Instructional Unit (DRIU). Every Navy recruit who's going out to sea will have to go through something like this -- and on a much harder level than we did! But then, they'll have had months of training and teamwork beforehand... DIRECTED BY Matt Gray: http://mattg.co.uk - @unnamedculprit - see behind-the-scenes video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwlnbkzDKoY WITH: Paul Curry - @cr3 Melinda Seckington - http://missgeeky.com - @mseckington And again, with many thanks to all the Navy team who were so generous with their time and effort: http://royalnavy.mod.uk - http://twitter.com/royalnavy http://facebook.com/royalnavy
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The Worst Jobs In History: At Sea (Navy Documentary) | Timeline
Check out our new website for more incredible history documentaries: HD and ad-free. http://bit.ly/2O6zUsK Among the thankless tasks tackled by Tony this week are the work of the midshipman, lighthouse keeper, stoker and trimmer, the men of Britains first navy who survived on minimal rations, and the men who wore sacks on their heads on the luxury liners. Finally he experiences the dangerous occupation of the Victorian lifeboat man. Content licensed from Spire. Any queries, please contact us at: [email protected] Produced by Spire
Models of Royal Navy future Carrier & RFA Tanker simulate Replenishment At Sea
http://www.navyrecognition.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=933 One-tonne models of the Royal Navy's future carriers and the tankers which will support them are being tested in a giant water tank in Gosport. A 1:44 scale model of HMS Queen Elizabeth and RFA Tidespring have been practising replenishments at sea in calm and rough waters at the 'ocean basin' test facility -- the largest indoor water tank in Europe. Royal Navy video
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Incredible Video - NZ Navy HMNZ Otago in Rough Sea
Incredible footage shows NZ Navy vessel HMNZ Otago being pounded by a storm during an operation in the Southern Ocean! Winds were exceeding 148km/h generating 20-metre swells.
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UK PROUD :British Royal Navy’s HMS Prince of Wales welcomes first sea-going captain
The British Royal Navy’s second Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier HMS Prince of Wales has welcomed its first sea-going captain, commodore Stephen Moorhouse. To serve under the local rank of sea-going captain, Moorhouse has taken command of the aircraft carrier that is currently being constructed at Rosyth Dockyard in Scotland. #royalnavy #HMSPrinceofWales #newcommander source :https://goo.gl/7TuZYm
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NAVY ships crash at sea Part 1
2 US NAVY ships, the USS Downes and the USS Fletcher in the Pacific Ocean. I was on the USS Downes. What a crazy day that was.
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Royal Navy TwoSix.tv June 2014: Providing Security at Sea HMS Northumberland
Security as sea is paramount to maintaining a safe work environment for those serving on board Royal Navy ships.
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This beautiful hymn is well-known to those who live on or by the sea; and particularly those who serve on ships or lifeboats. A tribute to those who served and died at sea, including Emmanuel Leonard, my late great-uncle from Plymouth, Devon, and of the Royal Navy. NOTE: I apologise for the typo concerning the composer of this hymn. It's John Bacchus Dykes (not Sykes). These are the original lyrics: Eternal Father, strong to save, Whose arm hath bound the restless wave, Who bidd'st the mighty ocean deep Its own appointed limits keep; Oh, hear us when we cry to Thee, For those in peril on the sea! O Christ! Whose voice the waters heard And hushed their raging at Thy word, Who walkedst on the foaming deep, And calm amidst its rage didst sleep; Oh, hear us when we cry to Thee, For those in peril on the sea! Most Holy Spirit! Who didst brood Upon the chaos dark and rude, And bid its angry tumult cease, And give, for wild confusion, peace; Oh, hear us when we cry to Thee, For those in peril on the sea! O Trinity of love and power! Our brethren's shield in danger's hour; From rock and tempest, fire and foe, Protect them wheresoe'er they go; Thus evermore shall rise to Thee Glad hymns of praise from land and sea.
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US Navy sailors have one of the coolest job perks in the world
"Swim call" is a rare treat that can sometimes be experienced on deployments out at sea. The military tradition allows sailors to take a breather and enjoy the open ocean as their own private swimming pool. These clips show some of the swim calls enjoyed by the US Navy and Marines, including leaps from some of the top decks. -------------------------------------------------- Follow BI Video on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1oS68Zs Follow BI on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1W9Lk0n Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ -------------------------------------------------- Business Insider is the fastest growing business news site in the US. Our mission: to tell you all you need to know about the big world around you. The BI Video team focuses on technology, strategy and science with an emphasis on unique storytelling and data that appeals to the next generation of leaders – the digital generation.
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UK Royal Navy ADVANCED STEALTH Destroyer Ship Concept
The United Kingdom Royal Navy plans to build one of the most advanced destroyer ships in the world. The Royal Navy (RN) is the United Kingdom's principal naval warfare force. Tracing its origins to the 16th century, it is the oldest service and is known as the Senior Service. From the end of the 17th century until well into the 20th century it was the most powerful navy in the world,[2] playing a key part in establishing the British Empire as the dominant world power. Due to this historical prominence, it is usual – even among non-Britons – to refer to it as "The Royal Navy" without qualification. Following victory in the First World War, the Royal Navy was significantly reduced in size,[3] although at the onset of the Second World War it was still the largest in the world. By the end of the Second World War, the United States Navy had emerged as the world's largest. During the course of the Cold War, the Royal Navy transformed into a primarily anti-submarine force, hunting for Soviet submarines, mostly active in the GIUK gap. Following the collapse of the Soviet Union, its focus has returned to expeditionary operations around the world.[4][5][6] The navy maintains a fleet of technologically sophisticated ships[7] including a landing platform helicopter, two amphibious transport docks, four ballistic missile submarines (which maintain the UK's nuclear deterrent), seven nuclear fleet submarines, six guided missile destroyers, 13 frigates, 15 mine-countermeasure vessels and 22 patrol vessels. As of 1 August 2015, there are 76 commissioned ships (including submarines) in the Royal Navy, plus 12 commissioned ships of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA); there are also four Merchant Navy ships available to the RFA under a private finance initiative. The RFA replenishes Royal Navy warships at sea, and augments the Royal Navy's amphibious warfare capabilities through its three Bay-class landing ship vessels. The total displacement of the Royal Navy is approximately 337,000 tonnes (603,000 tonnes including the Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Royal Marines). The Royal Navy is part of Her Majesty's Naval Service, which also includes the Royal Marines. The professional head of the Naval Service is the First Sea Lord, an admiral and member of the Defence Council of the United Kingdom. The Defence Council delegates management of the Naval Service to the Admiralty Board, chaired by the Secretary of State for Defence. The Royal Navy currently operates three bases in the United Kingdom where commissioned ships are based; Portsmouth, Clyde and Devonport, Plymouth, the last being the largest operational naval base in Western Europe. History[edit] Main articles: History of the Royal Navy and Royal Scots Navy Development of an English navy[edit] c. 900–1500[edit] The strength of the fleets of the Kingdom of England was an important element in the kingdom's power in the 10th century.[8] At one point Aethelred II had an especially large fleet built by a national levy of one ship for every 310 hides of land, but it is uncertain whether this was a standard or exceptional model for raising fleets.[9] During the period of Danish rule in the 11th century, the authorities maintained a standing fleet by taxation, and this continued for a time under the restored English regime of Edward the Confessor (reigned 1042–1066), who frequently commanded fleets in person.[10] The Battle of Sluys as depicted in Froissart's Chronicles; late 14th century English naval power seemingly declined as a result of the Norman conquest.[11] Medieval fleets, in England as elsewhere, were almost entirely composed of merchant ships enlisted into naval service in time of war. From time to time a few "king's ships" owned by the monarch were built for specifically warlike purposes; but, unlike some European states, England did not maintain a small permanent core of warships in peacetime. England's naval organisation was haphazard and the mobilisation of fleets when war broke out was slow.[12] With the Viking era at an end, and conflict with France largely confined to the French lands of the English monarchy, England faced little threat from the sea during the 12th and 13th centuries, but in the 14th century the outbreak of the Hundred Years War dramatically increased the French menace. Early in the war French plans for an invasion of England failed when Edward III of England destroyed the French fleet in the Battle of Sluys in 1340.[13] Major fighting was thereafter confined to French soil and England's naval capabilities sufficed to transport armies and supplies safely to their continental destinations. However, while subsequent French invasion schemes came to nothing, England's naval forces could not prevent frequent raids on the south-coast ports by the French and their Genoese and Castilian allies. Such raids halted finally only with the occupation of northern France by Henry V.[14] 1500–1707[edit]
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British Royal Navy fleet maneuvers in the Atlantic Ocean. HD Stock Footage
Link to order this clip: http://www.criticalpast.com/video/65675049648_Royal-Navy-fleet_maneuvering_Duke-of-York-ship_destroyer-escorts Historic Stock Footage Archival and Vintage Video Clips in HD. British Royal Navy fleet maneuvers in the Atlantic Ocean. A British aircraft carrier underway in the Atlantic during a maneuver. Sailors aboard a carrier as they prepare for the maneuver. British destroyer escorts leave the harbor and underway at sea. An aircraft takes off aboard a carrier. A sailor looks through binoculars. Royal Navy battleship Duke of York underway at sea. Ships at sea. Location: Atlantic Ocean. Date: 1950. Visit us at www.CriticalPast.com: 57,000+ broadcast-quality historic clips for immediate download. Fully digitized and searchable, the CriticalPast collection is one of the largest archival footage collections in the world. All clips are licensed royalty-free, worldwide, in perpetuity. CriticalPast offers immediate downloads of full-resolution HD and SD masters and full-resolution time-coded screeners, 24 hours a day, to serve the needs of broadcast news, TV, film, and publishing professionals worldwide. Still photo images extracted from the vintage footage are also available for immediate download. CriticalPast is your source for imagery of worldwide events, people, and B-roll spanning the 20th century.
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Naval Tactics in the Age of Sail (1650-1815)
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The Royal Navy - On Trial (The Modern Navy - State of Alert)
This fascinating exploration of the challenges faced by the modern Royal Navy takes presenter Desmond Hamil on board HMS Invincible as it sails to an active posting in the Adriatic. We see the ship's sea Harriers and Sea King helicopter fleets up close, look at an at-sea refueling operation (RAS) from the Royal Fleet Auxillary RFA Black Rover, and follow the crew as they cope with a variety of trail crises whilst having their performance monitored by the Royal Navy's Sea Riders. 'The Modern Navy - On Trail' also features life aboard HMS Fearless, showing Royal Navy personnel working in close co-operation with the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps and as part of a NATO force.
Views: 49249 Ryan Doyle
Royal Navy Damage Control (The Modern Navy - State of Alert)
Presenter Desmond Hamill is aboard HMS Gloucester to see the Royal Navy's sophisticated damage control procedures first-hand. This film paints a unique picture of the Royal Navy's professional fire-fighting capabilities and uses on board footage of the 1967 tragedy aboard USS Forestall to show the devastating potential of fire at sea. Hamill also looks at the Royal Navy's ability to deal with flooding on board and examines the vital role of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary who keep our fighting ships afloat.
Views: 50586 Ryan Doyle
HMS Albion: Rare Access To Mothballed Royal Navy Ship | Forces TV
She may be one of the Royal Navy's key assets but HMS Albion has been mothballed since 2011. The engineering company, Babcock, has been given the mammoth task of bringing the amphibious assault ship back to life, ready to return to sea next year. The Government mothballed Albion just eight years after she joined the fleet at a cost of £359 million. Subscribe to Forces TV: http://bit.ly/1OraazC Check out our website: http://forces.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ForcesTV Twitter: https://twitter.com/ForcesNews
Views: 142964 Forces TV
Royal Navy to command two NATO forces
Royal Navy to command two NATO forces The Royal Navy are guardians of the Mediterranean after taking charge of two NATO task forces in the Middle Sea. Type 45 destroyer HMS Duncan is now flagship of a group of half a dozen warships on patrol from the Pillars of Hercules to the Black Sea. The mission of the British, German, Albanian, Turkish and Greek vessels is to deter illegal migration in the Mediterranean, provide assistance in the event of a humanitarian crisis such as an earthquake, and generally remind NATO’s allies and partners in the region of the key role of the alliance. At the same time HMS Enterprise has just taken charge of a minehunting force patrolling the very same waters, following a 30-minute ceremony aboard Nelson’s flagship HMS Victory in Portsmouth. She will lead a flotilla of minehunters dealing with the threat of present-day mines and underwater explosive devices, as well as any historic ordnance they come across from the past 100 years. It’s the first time Enterprise, which only returned from a three-year deployment just before Easter, has been used to direct the operations of minehunters; she proved hugely successful in more than a year on migrant patrol in the central Mediterranean, sinking nearly 120 boats used by smugglers and rescuing over 9,000 people. or her new mission, the survey ship will be home to one of the UK’s most experienced mine warfare experts, Commander Justin Hains, and his staff. Enterprise will initially be joined by a Turkish minehunter with vessels from Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Romania, and the UK joining Mine Counter-measures Group 2 later in the year. “It is an immense privilege to take command of the group for the next 12 months,” said Commander Hains, who’s commanded HMS Ledbury as part of a NATO group before as well as taken HMS Atherstone to the Gulf and served two years on exchange with the French Navy. “NATO is the cornerstone of UK Defence, and I have benefitted from every interaction I have had with other nations throughout my career. With my multinational command staff, I look forward to continue building deeper understanding and cooperation across and beyond the alliance.” He formally assumed command of the group from Poland’s Commander Aleksander Urbanowicz and his flagship ORP Kontradmiral Xawery Czernicki. As for HMS Duncan, she received the NATO flag of command, which was ceremonially hauled down aboard FGS Brandenburg, the group’s previous flagship under the German Navy’s Rear Admiral Axel Deertz, and presented to Commodore James Morley RN in Souda Bay, Crete. From the Portsmouth-based Type 45 destroyer, Cdre Morley will direct a force of frigates, patrol ships and fast attack craft. With summer at its height, one of the force’s key tasks will be to clamp down on traffickers exploiting people from Africa and Asia trying to reach Europe by sea, in particular in the Aegean, where the task group will work with the UK Border Force, Greek and Turkish coastguards to deter migrants. Source : https://goo.gl/TFB4zg
Views: 1195 00.99 PM DEFENSE NEWS
The Navy Goes to Sea
Newsreel/documentary footage of the Royal Navy just prior to the Second World War.
Views: 2255 DAVID BOBER
China releases SICK propaganda of Royal Navy ships being BLOWN UP in South China Sea
✅ Top Stories Today - CHINA has released vile propaganda showing British ships being obliterated in bombing attacks. The shocking computer-generated picture shows Argentinian planes bearing down on a Royal Navy aircraft carrier, which has just been heavily bombed. It was published alongside a piece discussing how China can build influence in Argentina. The state-controlled publisher states a “plunging economy” in Argentina has not stopped the country outsourcing arms and China should seek to “gain greater strategic interests” in the country. It is not clear from the article why the Argentinian fighter jet is shown attacking a British boat, but it is likely to be a reference to the Falklands The South American country invaded the UK overseas territory on April 2, 1982, sparking a two-month conflict. Since then, tensions have remained high, with Argentina regularly calling the islands theirs, claiming they were “stolen”. Earlier this year, shocking photos emerged of Argentinians burning Union Jacks in anger. ✅ Video/Thumbnail Picture just For Illustration ✅ What do you think of this video? Let us know in the comments below, and in addition, share this on social media. ★ ★ Please support growing channel by the press Subscribe LATEST NEWS 360 here : https://goo.gl/ikBgF5 ★ ★ ★ Read More/Source/Credit(FAIR USE): ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~`~~~~ + We report daily news, the latest news. + We are very pleased to cooperate with other electronic newspapers. + Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ★ CONNECT WITH US ★ ★ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/latestnews360/ ★ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GlobalHotNews24 ★ Website: https://latestnews360today.blogspot.com/ ★ ★ SEE MORE: #latestnews360 1, PRESIDENT TRUMP TODAY https://goo.gl/VG4yia 2, NORTH KOREA NEWS: https://goo.gl/UrFXrS 3, WORLD NEWS TO DAY: https://goo.gl/rZoAP6 #latestnews360 #youtube #breakingnewstoday #breakingnews #presidentdonaldtrump #presidenttrumpnews #usanewstoday #trumplatestnews #latestnewstoday #latestnews #usnews #northkoreanews #DonaldTrump #USAmorningnews THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR WATCHING !
Views: 1715 Latest News 360
Hermes For Royal Navy  (1959)
Title reads: "Hermes Joins Royal Navy". At sea near Isle of Wight. Aerial shot Aircraft Carrier HMS Hermes at sea. Various shot Royal Navy officers and men assembled on the flight deck as the white ensign is raised from mast head. C/U Captain Tibbits shaking hands with Mr Leonard Redshaw of Vickers Shipbuilding after the handing over ceremony. Aerial shot Hermes at sea. Panning shot of ship's interior; the hangar beneath the flight deck. Panning shot showing corridor; men relaxing in their quarters. Two sailors reading a paper. M/S sailor pulls his folding bunk out from the wall. M/S giant washing machines operating in the laundry. M/S sailor operating press on clothes. M/S galley, camera pans to a cook breaking eggs into large basin for custard. M/S men pouring large churn of milk into large vat. Captain Tibbits on bridge, camera zooms into C/U officer looking at radar screen. C/U radar screen scanning. M/S Captain Tibbits seated in large chair on the bridge and looking through binoculars. Aerial shot Hermes at sea. Note: press release about the Hermes is on file. FILM ID:1701.23 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 16474 British Pathé
The Commerce Raider Wolf: Bane of the Royal Navy
Departing Germany in November of 1916, the Commerce raider Wolf embarked on a voyage of epic proportions. Sources: Faulkner, Marcus, and Peter Wilkonson. The Great War at Sea: A Naval Atlas 1914-1919. Guilliant, Richard, and Peter Hohnen. The Wolf: The Mystery Raider that Terrorized the Seas during World War 1. Free Press, New York: 2010. Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, Maryland: 2015. Music: Sonata No. 1- Araon Dunn Violin Concerto no. 3 in G major, K.216 - Mozart, preformed by the NOVA Community Chorus https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode Olfilia's Dream- www.bensound.com Concerto for Cello and Orchestra In B flat Major - I. Allegro moderato - Boccherini The Duel - www.bensound.com Epic - www.bensound.com March for Military Band, WoO 24 -Beethoven Concerto for Cello and Orchestra In B flat Major - II. Agagio non troppo - Boccherini Going Higher - www.bensound.com Pictures are from the Australia War Memorial and are in the public domian Like what you see? Please subscribe! Really like what you see? consider becoming a patron at https://www.patreon.com/VoxOceanus?ty=h
Views: 14441 Vox Oceanus
Royal Naval Review (1953)
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II reviews the fleet at Spithead off the coast of Portsmouth, Hampshire. Various L/S's of the ships of fleet. SV. Pan Queen and Duke of Edinburgh (Prince Philip) boarding Surprise. GV. Queen's standard flying at masthead. SV. Queen and Duke greeting ship's captains. SCU. other officers being greeted. M/S Sir Winston Churchill boards Patricia. SCU. Sir Winston poses with Trinity House officers. CU. Churchill looking out to sea. CU. Mr. Attlee with naval officers. SCU. Earl Alexander (Viscount Harold Alexander, Conservative Defence Minister) talking to Trinity House officer. SV. Pan Queen walking towards observation post. LV. Queen and Duke wave from Surprise. SCU. Queen and Duke waving to crowds on shore. M/S of Princess Margaret on Suprise. Various shots of the fleet firing gun in salute. CU. Queen looking through glasses. C/U Winston Churchill. M/S H.M.S. Vanguard flagship of the Home fleet. C/U Duke salutes as Queen smiles. LV. U.S.S. Baltimore. SV. Russian Cruiser Svordlov. SV. Queen says something to Duke and laughs. CU. Queen and Duke waving. LV. Pan Queen and Duke pass aircraft carrier. Angle shot Queen waving. SV. Queen Mother chatting to Lady Mountbatten and Admiral McGrigger SV. Crew of H.M.S. St. Kitts cheering. Side view sailors board H.M.S. Glasgow waving. LV. Pan Surprise approaching Italian training ship (Amerigo Vespucci) LV. Crew lining Italian ships yardarms. SV. Duchess of Kent and daughter Princess Alexandra watching from Surprise. SCU. Lord Mountbatten (Earl of Burma) looking out to sea. SV. Queen and other members of Royal family waving to Planes.Aircraft included in flypast include, Swordfish, Dragonfly helicopters, Firefly, Seafire, Skyraiders, Sea Fury, Sea Hornet, Avenger, Gannet, Vampire, Meteor, Attacker, and Sea Hawk. SV. Queen and Royal party watching fly past. SV. Royal party watching. Various shots of ships lit up at night time, fire works exploding. FILM ID:92.1 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 9681 British Pathé
Royal Navy missile system seawolf shoot
A seawolf shoot, with decent close up of launch
Views: 133419 tony white
China response to UK: re-Arm Argentina for the Falklands Islands
No doubt the Chinese wanting to convey displeasure at the United Kingdom's presence in Asia, the on September 6 Sina.com provided an unsubtle reminder that China could once again try to rearm Argentina to the point it may be tempted to ignite a SeconDWar over the Falklands Islands. The Royal Navy's amphibious assault ship, HMS Albion, is on a four-month tour of Asia, and was recently harassed by Chinese ships and aircraft in an August 31 South China Sea encounter. #royalnavy #ChinaResponseUK #ChinaUK source: https://goo.gl/GU61MT ------------------------------------------- Music by DTD Music https://soundcloud.com/mehmettorcuk
Views: 54423 Weapons Of The World
UK warning to China: Royal Navy boosts operations in Far East over Beijing fears
UK warning to China: Royal Navy boosts operations in Far East over Beijing fears SUBSCRIBE my channel here: https://goo.gl/F8gn4Z G+ here: https://goo.gl/UzMJVe ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ROYAL Navy chiefs are to ramp up operations in the Far East amid fears China is plotting to take control of the high seas. A Brit frigate is to be based in Singapore for at least the next four years to counter what naval experts say is a bid by Beijing to claim sovereignty of the South China Sea. The move comes after Chinese warships tried to stop Brit assault vessel HMS Albion as it headed for Vietnam through international waters. China's People's Liberation Army Navy claimed the UK ship was "acting in an aggressive manner".But Royal Navy officials believe the move was a sign China is stepping up its expansion of its military power base across the Pacific to claim sea routes and secure economic fishing rights. Related Articles Over the past decade Chinese leaders have funded the massive modernisation of the country's armed forces. In June US President Donald Trump banned China from regional annual US war games and imposed sanctions. Now Beijing has announced it will next year launch at least 10 satellites to monitor South China Sea shipping. Its navy has recently chased aircraft and fishing boats from the Philippines out the region. GETTY FEARS: Royal Navy chiefs are to ramp up operations in the Far East GETTY AGGRESSIVE: The move comes after Chinese warships tried to stop Brit assault vessel HMS Albion Much of the UK's trade comes from Taiwan, Vietnam and Singapore and safe passage for merchant shipping in international waters is critical to Britain's economy especially in the wake of Brexit. HMS Albion has a company of Royal Marines aboard from 40 Commando and a 12-man team from the Special Boat Service who have been taking part in exercises with troops from Singapore, Malaysia and Japan. A senior naval source said: "Tension has been increasing in the South China Sea for some time."China is trying to extend her sovereignty and wants to control the fishing rights.... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Views: 2144 Hot News
HMS Queen Elizabeth - The Future of the Royal Navy
This powerful video demonstrates the capabilities and effectiveness of the new Queen Elizabeth class carriers demonstrating, via amazing CGI, the workings of the carriers and the F35 Fighters. The First Sea Lord talks about the incredible journey that the construction and original concept of the carriers has taken and what the carriers mean to the future of the Royal Navy. The British Army and the RAF also talk about what carriers mean to them and the important role they will play in the future of defence. These highly advanced ships will have a huge variety of roles that she will be able to perform when the first ship launches and the amazing technology that has been built into them to put them at the fore-front of the Fleet. They really will be the Jewel in the Crown of the Royal Navy. This stunning video was show to her Majesty the Queen and other guests at the amazing naming ceremony on the 4th July. You can find further information about the new carriers on our website: http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/news-and-latest-activity/features/equipped-for-the-future
Views: 147063 Royal Navy
HMAS Darwin of Royal Navy Australia sails on India's eastern sea-board
HMAS Darwin of Royal Navy Australia sails on Indian's eastern sea-board during International Fleet Review. The HMAS Darwin, an Australian Navy frigate, intercepted a Somalia-bound fishing dhow carrying a large shipment of weapons. The shipment, whose origin and specific destination are unknown, contained at least 1500 AK-47 assault rifles, 20 mortars and 100 rocket-propelled grenades and had a black market value of more than $2 million dollars. The Hon’ble President of India being the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, once in his/her term, reviews the Indian Naval (IN) Fleet as part of the ‘President’s Fleet Review’ (PFR). This review aims at assuring the country of the Indian Navy’s preparedness, high morale and discipline. Many leading nations of the world use the opportunity provided by the Fleet Review to enhance mutual trust and confidence with their maritime neighbours and partners by inviting their ships to participate in the review. Normally called ‘International Fleet Review’ (IFR), this event then allows the host nation an occasion to display its maritime capabilities and the ‘bridges of friendship’ and trust it has built with other maritime nations. The last IFR was conducted in January 2001, off Mumbai with participation from 29 countries. This earned the country widespread appreciation and goodwill. A Naval Fleet Review is a long-standing tradition followed by navies all over the world. It is a grand occasion when every operational ship is spruced up, proudly displaying its crest and its company in a spirit of loyalty and allegiance to its sovereign and the state. The idea of a Review was perhaps conceived as a show of naval might or an inspection of readiness for battle at sea. It still has the same connotation, but assembling of warships without any belligerent intentions is now the norm in modern times. Later reviews were used as a celebratory demonstration for victories in battle, for a coronation or on the occasion of the visit of royal guests. On many occasions, ships have sailed across the seas to participate in fleet reviews of friendly nations. While India boasts of a maritime tradition dating back to Vedic times, we do not have any authentic reports of fleet reviews of the past except for a mention of two influential women demanding a fleet review during the supremacy of the Marathas. Source : ifr16.indiannavy.gov.in This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The collection comprises of 100, 000+ hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM / SR 1080i High Definition, Alexa, SR, XDCAM and 4K. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Please subscribe to our channel wildfilmsindia on Youtube for a steady stream of videos from across India. Also, visit and enjoy your journey across India at www.clipahoy.com , India's first video-based social networking experience! Reach us at rupindang [at] gmail [dot] com and [email protected] To SUBSCRIBE click the below link: www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WildFilmsIndia Like & Follow Us on: Facebook: www.facebook.com/WildernessFilmsIndiaLimited Website: www.wildfilmsindia.com
Views: 535 WildFilmsIndia
NEW NAVAL WARFARE WWII Strategy, Carriers, Battleships, Fleet Battles | Victory at Sea Pacific
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Views: 33753 Raptor
Naval Story - Good Shots Of Navy Ships - Part 2 (1914-1918)
Naval story - good shots of navy ships - part 2. Various shots of warship of the Royal Navy at sea. Shots of activity on board ships, people coming aboard etc. Flotilla of ' V' class destroyers maneouvring. Cut to shot of a battleship's mast and funnel (lots of smoke). Vice Admiral's flag flying. Sailors on deck of battleship. In distance is fhree funnel armoured cruiser of Monmouth class (also known as County) class. Senior officer's steam launch comes alongside and officers come up on to deck. Pathe have been given the following information regarding this film: "This is not a Monmouth class armoured cruiser, but clearly a german small cruiser. The foremast of the battleship is just behind the fore funnel and has a wing turret. That makes her a Collossus class battleship with an escort of V-class destroyers." Military; Royal Navy FILM ID:1916.18 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
Views: 1757 British Pathé