Broadsheet 2011 - Royal Navy Matters - Published In Digital Format

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Broadsheet 2011/Royal Navy Matters has just been issued in digital format, although hard copies are available.

The publication aims to give an interesting and useful insight into the work undertaken by the Royal Navy throughout 2010 and the early part of 2011 and highlight the fact that Royal Navy sailors and Royal Marines have been active around the world – from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, on land, at sea and in the air.

You can see Broadsheet 2011/Royal Navy Matters in its new format here:

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Digital version of 'Royal Navy Matters' (Broadsheet 2011)

The interactive digital version of this year's Royal Navy Matters (Broadsheet 2011) is now available online:
DEAR READER,

Welcome to the 2011 edition of Royal Navy Matters. The publication gives, I hope, an interesting and useful insight into the work that the Royal Navy has undertaken throughout 2010 and during the early part of 2011. Royal Navy sailors and Royal Marines have been active around the world – from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, on land, at sea and in the air. I trust that the following pages give a compelling account of what they have achieved since the last edition.

As I write we have over 8,500 personnel at sea or deployed on operations (at 23 per cent), have a third of the personnel on Herrick, are contributing to Ellamy, Saxon Warrior, Spontex and Cougar, and have a frigate in the Far East, in addition to meeting all our standing commitments, with over 75 per cent of our units actually at sea.

Once again, we are offering the publicatio in both hardcopy and electronic formats. An interactive DVD version includes some stunning video footage and a PDF of this book.

We are continuously developing Royal Navy Matters and are most grateful for your suggestions on how to improve our coverage of the Royal Navy’s activities. I hope you enjoy reading and watching Royal Navy Matters and I look forward to your comments.

Pauline J Aquilina

The Editor, Royal Navy Matters
Defence Public Relations (Navy)
1A MOD Main Building
Whitehall
London SW1A 2HB6
ROYAL NAVY
I'm sure the usual suspects will be eager to trash it but give it a fair chance first. It's meant to be pro-RN PR (we hear enough of the other type) and I doubt many of its critics could make a better job of it without immersing readers in what John Bunyan referred to as "The Slough of Despond".

For the record, I have no connection with it but I think it's a more candid improvement on previous issues.
 
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I'm not connected with it either but I think it is pretty good, positive to hear that their might be some new tankers on the way.



For the record, I have no connection with it but I think it's a more candid improvement on previous issues.[/QUOTE]
 

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