Work begins on Royal Navy ammunitioning jetty

Discussion in 'Current Affairs' started by MoD_RSS, Sep 23, 2011.

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  2. Will the Gosport/Pompey ferry terminal be big enough, could save a few bob
     
  3. "To service ALL the RN's ships" eh? Couldn't they use this:-
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  4. But what would they do with the other side of the jetty?
     
  5. Hehehe, you are a bad man Broadside!
     
  6. Is that the same one rebuilt in 1953 after the principle of sympathetic detonation was rediscovered?

    Bloody hell! We can't even build a bloody pier by ourselves now. Also, why is it that nothing ever seems to cost less than £10M these days? All Pompey (well, Turktown, actually) needs now is a safe OFJ.

    Thank the Heavens that he wasn't on military duties that day. The programme could have been set back by months.
     
    Last edited: Sep 29, 2011
  7. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    Tsk, cynicism.

    Forunately this eventuality had already been considered & as a precaution we had 260 Captains, 69 Commodores & 40 Admirals standing by with a "Sub Chit". :thumbright:
     

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