Sail World: "Night Drama As Two Dutch Sailors Rescued By British Royal Navy"

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by soleil, Jul 9, 2011.

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  1. Thanks for that Sol, am in Amsterdam at the moment, wonder if I'll get lashed up to a pint tonight. Very much doubt it have wife and daughter in tow....:laughing2:
  2. ?? Coals/Newcastle ??
  3. As is always the way, my friend.
  4. 771 Naval PR Squadron to the rescue, (again.) Well done lads.
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  5. Having moved on to Maastricht, its been belting down with rain for the past three days, Reputed to be 5metres below sea level. If it doesn't stop raining soon 771 will have a rather long diversion. Come to that I did see two Cloggy Seakings tracking north yesterday, sadly we were travelling south. Sods Law
  6. Nice to see the memory of Billy Deacon recognised for what Billy was good at. Risking all to save others.

    For those that don't or didn't know, Billy Deacon started his RN career as a seaman, changing branches to Aircrewman qualifying as a Search and Rescue Diver. Billy died working for Bristows helicopters in the North Sea during a very dangerous rescue. Proud to say he was a friend.
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  7. Well done and well earned !
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