Ships, Submarines and Aircraft of the RN

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  1. Found this useful PDF which I should like to print out and put on my wall for swotting . . .

    http://www.royalnavy.mod.uk/upload/pdf/RN_Ships_and_Subs_Jan09.pdf

    . . . problem is, its bloody tiny on an A4 (the limit of my printer). It occurred to me that I could split it up into four A4 size pages and put them up on my wall next to each other, so I downloaded the trial version of Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro Nob Extender and I still can't work it out. :scratch:

    Can somebody please tell me how?
     
  2. Re: Ships, Subs and Aircraft of the RN

    Has your AFCO given you the 'Broadsheet: A Year in Focus' publication yet? It's got the exact same details in a handy pull out at the back of it. Try and get hold of one, it'll be useful for swotting for your whole application.

    ps. don't call them subs. :wink:
     
  3. Re: Ships, Subs and Aircraft of the RN

    GAFL :lol:
     
  4. Re: Ships, Subs and Aircraft of the RN

    http://www.blockposters.com/

    Seriously though, V8's right. Get some posters with boobs on, everyone likes boobs.
     
  5. Re: Ships, Subs and Aircraft of the RN

    Yeah because that'll really help in my recruitment interview. :roll:


    Edit : Thanks for link but it doesn't take PDFs, and print screen loses too much detail when blown up.
     
  6. Re: Ships, Subs and Aircraft of the RN

    :roll: :roll: Well at least you will see TWO boobs on the poster!!! as opposed to the ONE and only aircraft in the FAA :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  7. Re: Ships, Subs and Aircraft of the RN

    I'll phone and ask, thanks for the suggestion. How big is the pull out?
     
  8. It's about as big as 2 A4's horizontally, quite useful for sticking on the wall next to boobies.
     
  9. Hmm.. cant find my broadsheet! Is there a more recent version of this pdf?
     
  10. I'd rather blow it up to 4 or 5 upright A4s and stick them on the wall next to each other, and boobies. :safe: :safe:

    I don't think there is because this one is still current.
     
  11. This year's issue, newly launched as 'Navy Matters', can be downloaded here but it lacks the usual pull-out showing ships and aircraft of the Fleet:

    http://newsdeskmedia.com/files/Royal%20Navy%20Matters%202010.pdf
     

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