HMS Queen Elizabeth is fitting out in the foreground and HMS Prince of Wales is being assembled in the background. Taken yesterday I believe.
That's just an undercoat, it'll look like this when finished
Indeed it has and successfully too.
David Axe always seems to have an axe to grind with the F-35, pun intended. He's actually quite famous in...
The UK purchase has to last a lot longer than the US, it doesn't have the money to purchase Hornet now and F35 a few decades later. So it was one...
I'm afraid colleagues in the forces and industry would disagree with that assessment, opinions are very optimistic over the capabilities it'll...
Both will be stationed in Portsmouth naval base.
HMS Queen Elizabeth outfitting while HMS Prince of Wales is assembled in Scotland
From the helipad of the South Glasgow University Hospital.
It's very modern, here's a few more. :)
Glasgow's new 'super hospital'.
After a period of intense work this last year, the ship has come to life.
HMS Queen Elizabeth comes to life as first engine started
No UK industrial benefit to the Rafale though sadly. Good point too regarding the figures.
Correct, she's now afloat and being fitted out and her deck coated.
You do indeed, however, we were beyond the zone that PPE was needed.
I remember you too but I'm still, sadly, emotionless in photos.
For what it's worth, I love the feeling or being in the air or even at sea. I'll likely fly any chance I can get.
They can, in theory, hold 60 F-35B's and helicopters. By 2018, there will be 14 and by 2020 nearly twice that if current orders are maintained.
Today I learned that dropping a Galaxy S5 costs £90 in screen repair. Withdrawal is being managed by Elite Dangerous.
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