Roll up, roll up! See how steely eyed messengers of death were formed!

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  1. This may be of interest to some of you......... or your family.

    Saturday 20 April 10am

    Mini Navy Open Day at Fort Blockhouse & HMS Sultan in aid of the Saving HMS Alliance Appeal

    Submariner’s Tour of Fort Blockhouse 10am, 11am, 2pm & 3pm

    HMS Dolphin was the home to the Royal Navy’s Submarine Service for most of the first 100years of the RN submarine service from 1904 – 1999. Now known as Fort Blockhouse, take a tour with a submariner of their former base and visit the SETT Tower where all submariners had to learn to escape through 100 feet of water, the Submarine Memorial Chapel and the Harold Wylie paintings in the Officer’s Mess.

    Places are limited so please book in advance by calling 023 9251 0354 ext 240
  2. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    All of the Blockhouse tours are sold out.
  3. Disappointed, I had assumed this was a dit about the Corps! :D
  4. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Me to, I only ever saw a submariner steely eyed when last orders was called and his glass was empty. :)
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  5. And being Royal, I bet you were the bastard that scuppered his wet!
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