VietnamNet: "British Destroyer Docks In Da Nang Port"

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  1. "On the morning of December 18, the heavyweight destroyer HMS Daring of the British Royal Navy docked the Tien Sa Port in Da Nang City, starting a 4-day visit to Vietnam on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of Vietnam-UK diplomatic relations."

    British destroyer docks in Da Nang Port - News VietNamNet
     
  2. Seaweed

    Seaweed War Hero Book Reviewer

    Quite a trip this ship is having - almost like old times.
     
  3. Building up a fair old selection of ' runs ashore'.
     
  4. Great run ashore, was there in 2000 during NTG2000 deployment :)
     
  5. Levers_Aligned

    Levers_Aligned War Hero Moderator

    Ha. It would seem that. I know one or two on there who were dripping like ****ed fridges because they were going on a nine month deployment around the world. Yep. I know. Don't have a go at me. If they wheeled round and suddenly said 'Levers, our <insert name> is currently gapped. Would you mind re-joining and filling in?' it would take the amount of time for my mouth to form the words, '****ing mooch' to reply, as long as I could re-leave the pile of shit navy o/c return.

    One of their senior rates ... heard draining down all over me two days before the ship deployed ... is back already, leaving a gapped billet.

    The Royal Navy. Life without matelots.

    levers
     
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  6. Gee, no Royal Navy deployment, people complain. Long Royal Navy Deployment, people still complain. What do you want?
     
  7. bloody hell, no wonder no one wants to be a submariner these days when you see the other half having port visits like this
     

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