"Student Spends Summer Holidays on Nuclear Submarine" (sic)

#2
Wow, proper gash journalism there.

On reading the article it actually appears that the student never even saw a nuclear submarine let alone stayed on one.

Oh and fnaaar fnaaar:

Lieutenant Frankie Vaughan
The mind boggles at how some of these newspaper types can hold down jobs.
 
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Gosportonians will be alarmed that HMS SULTAN, which masquerades as a shore establishment, is actually a nuclear-powered submarine.
 
#4
angrydoc said:
Gosportonians will be alarmed that HMS SULTAN, which masquerades as a shore establishment, is actually a nuclear-powered submarine.
......and what about poor Royal? He will be even more alarmed to learn that:

<<The course for 13 to 14 year-olds took place in Gosport, where the Royal Navy trains it marines and nuclear engineers.>>





Especially when the organisers of this jaunt are the 'Smallpiece Trust'.

8O :wink: :wink:
 
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Re: "Student Spends Summer Holidays on Nuclear Submarine" (s

Does that mean I was entitled to sea going pay when I was on Mechs course?



Seen off from Watt Hanger
 
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BreathingOutOnTheWayUp said:
angrydoc said:
Gosportonians will be alarmed that HMS SULTAN, which masquerades as a shore establishment, is actually a nuclear-powered submarine.
......and what about poor Royal? He will be even more alarmed to learn that:

<<The course for 13 to 14 year-olds took place in Gosport, where the Royal Navy trains it marines and nuclear engineers.>>





Especially when the organisers of this jaunt are the 'Smallpiece Trust'.

8O :wink: :wink:
Alas the quality of the local newspapers in this are is sadly lacking. As to HMS Sultan............Swear to god I just saw it floating down the coast before submerging ...... might have been the lack of sleep making me hallucinate though but surely the Paper wouldnt get such things wrong.....
 

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