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Des bâtiments de défense anti-aérienne ... sans missiles anti-aérien Shocked
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Le National Audit Office (NAO), l’équivalent britannique de la Cour des Comptes, a indiqué que les nouveaux destroyers Type 45 de la Royal Navy auraient 2 ans de retard. Le budget prévu a été dépassé de 1,5 milliard de £ pour 6 exemplaires.
Le NAO a aussi indiqué que les navires prendraient au départ la mer sans leur système de missiles anti-aériens à cause de retard dans la mise au point.
Le ministère a indiqué que, après des retards au début du programme, il respectait désormais le calendrier.
Les destroyers sont les chevaux de trait de la Royal Navy, protégeant contre des attaques aériennes les bâtiments plus gros comme les porte-avions, et fournissant un appui feu pour les troupes au sol.
Ils effectuent aussi un large éventail d’autres missions comme les patrouilles anti-pirates et le secours en cas de catastrophe naturelle.
Une flotte vieillissante
Le ministère britannique de la défense avait d’abord prévu d’acheter 12 destroyers Type 45, mais ce chiffre avait été réduit à 8 en 2004, puis à seulement 6 l’an dernier.
Néanmoins, le NAO indique que le programme, qui devait au départ couter 5 milliards de £, couterait au final près de 6,5 milliards de £ (pour un nombre de bâtiments divisé par 2).
Le premier des destroyers, le HMS Daring, qui a été lancé en 2006, ne dispose toujours pas de la totalité de son système de communications. Il ne recevra pas avant 2011 son principal système de missiles anti-aérien, le PAAMS. Celui-ci peut abattre en même temps plusieurs appareils ou missiles ennemis.
Il devra aussi attendre jusqu’en 2014 pour être équipé de la capacité de combat en coopération, qui relie ensemble les systèmes de combat et les senseurs de plusieurs navires, améliorant leur capacité à combattre ensemble.
Le NAO indique que, en raison de ces retards, la Royal Navy devra conserver plus longtemps ses destroyers Type 42 vieillissants, qui avaient été conçus pour la Guerre Froide et que les Type 45 doivent remplacer.
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Commando coxswains looking to embark on Royal Navy warships exercise
their craft in Plymouth [Picture: Leading Airman (Photographer) Dan
Hooper, Crown Copyright/MOD 2011]




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Royal Marines Landing Craft Course final beach landing exercise on
Wilson's Beach at HM Naval Base Devonport [Picture: Leading Airman
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Stores for the first contingent of Royal Air Force personnel to deploy
on Opeation Ellamy, arrive at an air base in the Mediterranean as part
of the UK contribution to help enforce the no fly zone over Libya. A
team from RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire was airlifted to the base by
C130 Hercules transport aircraft. They were accompanied by specialist
air movements staff from 1 Air Mobility Wing, based at RAF Lyneham in
Wiltshire, whose role was to unload cargo and passengers as the RAF's
presence in the area builds over the coming days. Photographer: SAC
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Royal Air Force VC10 aircraft from 101 Squadron are pictured at RAF
Brize Norton in Oxfordshire prior to departing for Operation Ellamy in
support of the no fly zone over Libya. The VC10 C1K is a dual-role AT
and AAR aircraft. In the AT role, the aircraft is used for troop
carrying, with accommodation for 124 passengers and nine crew. Use of a
large, cabin-freight door on the forward left side of the aircraft
allows easy conversion of the aircraft into a dual-role
passenger/freight or full-freight configuration. In its full-freight
role, the cabin can hold up to 20,400kgs of palletised freight, ground
equipment or vehicles, on its permanently strengthened floor. The
aircraft can also be used for aero-medical evacuation, for which up to
68 stretchers may be fitted. Photographer: SAC Neil Chapman Image
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RAF Reaper Remotely Piloted Air System taxis along the runway at
Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan [Picture: Corporal Steve Follows RAF,
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BAE Systems Responds to An Urgent Operational Requirement For Frontline UK Tornados



RAF Marham 31 Squadron Tornado GR

Warton, UK. BAE Systems is responding to an urgent operational requirement to equip the UK Tornado fleet with a Helmet Mounted Cueing System (HMCS). Work starts immediately on the £8m contract to integrate the system on to the aircraft.
Tornado crews in-theatre currently provide close air support, tactical reconnaissance and convoy support to land forces. The Helmet Mounted Cueing System will project visual targeting symbols on to the visor of the pilot’s helmet, in front of one eye.

Martin Taylor, BAE Systems’ Combat Air Support Director says: “BAE Systems is proud to be awarded the contract to integrate the system, which had already been developed and deployed on the Harrier GR9 aircraft. BAE Systems recognises its responsibility to support the men and women of our armed forces with the best possible equipment particularly when they are operating in-theatre.”

The award of the contract further demonstrates the systems integration capabilities of the BAE Systems’ Tornado team. These skills are essential to enable the continued support and delivery of urgent operational requirements for the UK Tornado fleet.

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  • remarquez les tests du Meteor sous Tornado F3

  • "le EF ne vaut pas son prix"


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LIBYA: Harrier retirement was unavoidable, says RAF chief
By Craig Hoyle

Debate has escalated over the UK government's controversial decision to retire its last BAE Systems Harrier GR9 ground-attack aircraft late last year, with the Royal Air Force's current involvement in action over Libya having focused attention on the issue.

Interest in the topic mounted on 18 April, when UK newspaper The Sun ran a front-page image showing mothballed Harriers in storage at RAF Cottesmore in Rutland under the headline "Harrier dump jets".
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The article says that the UK's contribution to the NATO-led campaign to protect Libyan civilians from attack by forces loyal to leader Col Muammar Gaddafi's regime could be delivered more cheaply by using Harriers from a Royal Navy CVS-class aircraft carrier.

The offensive element of the UK's Operation Ellamy is being provided using RAF Panavia Tornado GR4s and Eurofighter Typhoons flying combined missions out of Gioia del Colle air base in Italy, with tanker support coming from the service's Vickers VC10s.

Speaking before the article's publication, chief of the air staff Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton has defended the Ministry of Defence's decision to retire the Harrier in favour of safeguarding the bulk of the Tornado GR4 fleet, describing it as "in cold logic, unavoidable".

With reference to the Libyan operation, Dalton said: "The Tornados have delivered [MBDA] Storm Shadows to penetrate hardened buildings and the dual-mode Brimstone, neither of which could have been delivered by the Harrier."
"I am not knocking the Harrier, just those who have, often willfully, overstated its relative utility in this scenario," he told the Royal Aeronautical Society's Aerospace 2011 conference in London on 13 April.

"In operations such as Ellamy, on the periphery of Europe, the access, basing and over-flight restrictions that would necessitate carrier strike do not apply. There is simply no comparison in terms of platform capability, time on station or versatility between Tornado GR4s operating from a well-found NATO airfield in Italy and Harriers operating from a CVS."

Outlined last October, the UK's Strategic Defence and Security Review also included a decision to retire the Royal Navy's last operational aircraft carrier, HMS Ark Royal.

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les tornados GR4 ont amplement rempli leur mission en livrant toute une panoplie d'armement (brimstone, storm shadow, GBUs ...) ils ne devraient pas se plaindre.
en plus aujourd'hui la RAF n'a plus que deux chasseurs à entretenir, le typhoon et le tornado. grosses économies d'échelle.
l'histoire nous a appris que les britts étaient créatifs
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..mais pas ayant le bon design Laughing
reste que des operations style malouines seront plus difficile a accomplire sans Harrier,ils feraient mieux de les laisser mothballed que de les scrapper,on ne sait jamais

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je suis d'accord sur les deux points, on a vu plus beau que les avions anglais de cette génération, mais j'ai des papillons dans le vieux quand je vois une photo de nimrod ou de vulcain.
c'est clair qu'une opération type malouines n'existera plus sous cette forme, ce qui ne veux pas dire qu'ils ne gagneront pas une guerre des Malouines BIS si elle venait à se reproduire.
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The first RAF Voyager transport and tanker aircraft touches down at Boscombe Down in Wiltshire[Picture: Qinetiq]


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First Airbus A330-200 to have been converted into an RAF Voyager [Picture: Airbus Military]


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The first of the RAF's future strategic tanker aircraft (FSTA) arrived in the UK for the first time today. The UK's largest ever military aircraft will be known as 'Voyager'.
With a 60m wingspan, and measuring nearly 60m from nose to tail, Voyager, a dual role air-to-air tanker and transport aircraft based around the Airbus A330 airframe, will replace the long-serving VC-10 and Tristar fleet; with the first due in service by the end of the year.
The new aircraft will bring a considerable capability boost, each able to carry 291 troops over 6,000 miles, and to refuel other aircraft, in flight, from a 100,000 litre reservoir - greater than that of two large petrol tankers.


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Ex-navy warship HMS Nottingham to be sold for scrap

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Former Royal Navy warship HMS Nottingham is likely to be sold for scrap, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed.
The Type-42 destroyer was put up for auction alongside two other ships - HMS Exeter and HMS Southampton.
The MoD confirmed it had received bids to recycle the destroyers and that they were being considered.
The successful buyer would have to break up the ships and re-use the component metal elsewhere.
HMS Nottingham was officially decommissioned in 2010 after serving the navy for 30 years.
The Royal Navy is in the process of replacing the ageing Type-42 class with the Type-45 Daring.
HMS Invincible, which saw action during the Falklands War, has already been sold under similar terms.
Ark Royal, the navy's former flagship, is also being sold by the MoD, but the auction does not close until mid-June.
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US, French militaries interested in Brimstone missile, says RAF official
By Craig Hoyle

The Royal Air Force's combat use of the MBDA dual-mode Brimstone air-to-surface missile in Libya has attracted interest from the UK's two main allies in the conflict, a senior military source has revealed.

Describing the lightweight Brimstone as "a unique munition capable of destroying manoeuvering targets", assistant chief of the air staff Air Vice Marshal Baz North says the system "is now being sought by both the United States of America and the French."

Fired from the RAF's Panavia Tornado GR4 strike aircraft, the Brimstone has emerged as one of the UK's weapons of choice when engaging ground vehicles being used by forces loyal to Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi. "It is a highly accurate, lethal and very low collateral damage weapon," North says.

The roughly 50kg (110lb) Brimstone is an extensive redevelopment of the Lockheed Martin AGM-114 Hellfire, optimised for release from fast jet platforms. Its dual-mode seeker was incorporated by MBDA under an urgent operational requirement deal that led to the weapon's first operational use in Afghanistan in late 2009.
Tornado GR4s assigned to the UK's Operation Ellamy campaign typically fly with one three-missile launcher for the Brimstone (above right), as part of a mixed configuration also including Raytheon Systems Paveway IV 226kg precision-guided bombs and pod-housed targeting/reconnaissance sensors.

MBDA declines to comment on North's statement, which was made during a 19 April speech to the UK Air Power Association in London.

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RAF fears over missile shortages

Fears over a shortage of missiles for RAF bombers have seen chiefs urgently order more weapons as nearly a quarter of their state-of-the art bomb stockpile has been used up in a month.
The RAF only has an armoury of just over 300 of the dual-mode Brimstone bombs that have proved so effective against tanks as well as pickup trucks in Libya and also Afghan insurgents.

The Daily Telegraph understands that more than 110 of the Brimstones have been fired since they were first used on operations in Afghanistan in 2009.

In the last four weeks of the bombing campaign an estimated 60 have been fired at armoured vehicles in Libya.

Using a millimetric wave radar and laser seeker the £105,000 Brimstone's are extremely accurate but with a small warhead they are ideal for urban attacks as they do not cause much collateral damage. With Col Gaddafi moving his armour into towns the weapon will become in increasing demand to avoid civilian deaths.

However, if a large number are used in the coming weeks then the RAF risks having dangerously low stocks as it takes weeks to make the dual mode version of Brimstone.
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Force Protection Receives $27.4 Million Contract for Delivery of 47 Mastiffs to the U.K.
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Force Protection Industries, Inc., a FORCE PROTECTION INC. group company, today announced it has received a $27.4 million sub-contract from Integrated Survivability Technologies Limited (“IST”) for the delivery of 47 Cougar Mastiff vehicles to the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence (“U.K. MoD”). IST is a joint venture between Force Protection Europe Limited, a subsidiary of Force Protection Industries, Inc., and NP Aerospace Limited, a subsidiary of The Morgan Crucible Company plc. Work under this sub-contract will be performed in Ladson, South Carolina, and is scheduled to be completed by December 31, 2011.

Randy Hutcherson, Chief Operating Officer for Force Protection, commented, “The performance of the Cougar Mastiff continues to be outstanding. This additional order demonstrates that the Mastiff remains a proven life saver for British troops. The installed fleet of Cougar vehicle variants in the United Kingdom is growing and we remain pleased that the U.K. MoD continues to view Force Protection as an important partner in sustaining its military needs.”
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'Non-slip paint' is a clue to possible reprieve for threatened Harrier jets



Refitted aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious is being prepared to accommodate combat aircraft, prompting further speculation that the government is preparing to perform a U-turn on the mothballing of the Harrier fleet.

The Scotsman has learned that the ship's deck, which has been earmarked as a helicopter carrier, has been painted with special paint which would allow for Harriers to fly from it.

While the Ministry of Defence has claimed that this would be normal, even if Illustrious does not have Harriers, Dunfermline and West Fife MP Thomas Docherty told The Scotsman that he was informed on a visit to Rosyth that a grade of paint is being used specifically to allow the fighter jets to be launched.

The suggestions come amid increasing speculation that UK ministers regret the decision in last autumn's Strategic and Security Defence Review to mothball the 90 Harrier fighters early and leave Britain without a functioning aircraft carrier for a decade.

With Britain involved in operations in Libya, the UK has been forced to fly jets from Italian airbases and RAF Marham in Norfolk because it is unable to put a carrier in the Mediterranean.

The Italian bases have proven to be problematic logistically for the RAF and there were also threats at one stage by the Italian government to withdraw their availability.

Defence Secretary Liam Fox is believed to be pushing for the Harriers to be brought back and either Illustrious or the recently mothballed Ark Royal to come back into action.Mr Docherty, a member of the Commons Defence Select Committee, was shown on a recent visit to the shipyard in Rosyth, where Illustrious is being refitted, that the carrier's deck has been painted with non-slip paint required for Harriers to be launched from it.

This was denied by the MoD but Mr Docherty suggested that the instruction to do this may have come from the navy or even Dr Fox in an effort to give Britain an aircraft carrier again.

And he said he intends to put Dr Fox under pressure over the lack of an aircraft carrier when the defence secretary appears before the select committee next week.

"Having visited HMS Illustrious last week I know it can be ready in a matter of weeks," he said.

"It is clear yet again the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Government have made the wrong choices on defence and the flawed strategic defence review must now be reopened.

"It is disgraceful that while British forces are enforcing a no-fly zone over Libya, the resources to do their job are mothballed by the Government. I will raise this matter when Liam Fox appears in front of the Defence Committee next week."

Last night a spokeswoman for the MoD denied a U-turn is imminent.

"There are currently no plans to bring the Harriers back into operation," she said
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LONDON - Britain's Ministry of Defence has become the first customer for a Thales UK multirole missile in an unusual deal which has seen the final part of another contract with the company canceled to release funds for the new weapon.

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Known as the Lightweight Multi-role Missile (lmm), the weapon will make its debut as part of the armament on the Royal Navy's new Wildcat Lynx surface combatant helicopter, which is due to enter service in 2015.

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Aircraft carrier costs to rise by at least a billion (again)


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The cost of Britain's controversial new aircraft carriers is set to rise by at least £1bn, and perhaps almost £2bn, as a result of the government's decision taken last October to make them compatible with different aircraft than those originally envisaged.Armée Britannique/British Armed Forces - Page 23 Aircraft_carrier


I have learned that the working assumption of the contractors on the project, which are BAE Systems, Thales UK and Babcock, is that the carriers will now cost taxpayers some £7bn in total, compared with the £5.2bn cost disclosed by the Ministry of Defence last autumn - and up from the £3.9bn budget announced when the contract was originally signed in July 2008.
One defence industry veteran said the final bill was bound to be nearer £10bn, though a government official insisted that was way over the top.
The Ministry of Defence and the Treasury believe that total final costs could be nearer £6bn, if only one of the carriers is reconfigured to take the preferred version of America's Joint Strike Fighter aircraft.
An MoD official said no final decision had been taken on whether the first carrier to be built, the Queen Elizabeth, or the second carrier, the Prince of Wales, or both would be reconfigured.
He said it would probably be the case that changing the design specification for the Prince of Wales would be the cheapest option. But if that happened, it is not clear when - if ever - the Queen Elizabeth, due to enter service in 2019, would actually be able to accommodate jets (as opposed to helicopters).
Whatever happens, the increase in the bill will be substantial - and is only regarded by the Treasury as affordable because the increment is likely to be incurred later than 2014/15, when the expenditure constraints put in place by the Chancellor's spending review come to an end.
The Treasury is adamant that the MoD will receive no leeway to increase spending before then.
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Prince Charles 'saves Ark Royal’


The name HMS Ark Royal – one of the most historic in Navy history – will pass to a new aircraft carrier, after an intervention by the Prince of Wales.


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By Thomas Harding, Defence Correspondent 7:30AM BST 02 May 2011


The Prince is understood to have privately agreed to allow HMS Prince of Wales, which is under construction, to be renamed Ark Royal, after the former flagship bearing the name was decommissioned.

A senior Navy officer is understood to have approached the Prince, who holds the rank of admiral in the Navy, who made clear that he had no objection to the name change.

A defence source said: “The Prince of Wales has been asked and he is pretty relaxed about it.”

A senior Navy officer said it was virtually unheard of to change the name of a ship that was already being built.

“But this does recognise that the name Ark Royal is iconic. The name conjures up the whole history of these islands and it would represent the future of the Navy and its past,” he said.

Clarence House said no formal approach had been made on the name change
A Ministry of Defence official said no decision had yet been made on naming the ship, which would be the sixth to be called Ark Royal.



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Une cure de jouvence pour l'ancien croiseur britannique HMS Bristol




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Malgré les réductions budgétaires subies par les armées britanniques, l'ancien croiseur HMS Bristol, désarmé en 1991, vient de s'offrir une petite cure de jouvence. Le bâtiment, qui sert depuis 17 ans de plateforme d'instruction à quai et de caserne flottante à Portsmouth, a achevé en avril un arrêt technique d'un coût de 4.5 millions d'euros. Le chantier, mené par A&P et qui mobilisé une centaine de personnes, a porté sur le carénage de la coque, l'enlèvement du mât, la remise en peinture des superstructures, la réfection des échelles en bois, ou encore la mise en place d'un nouveau système de chauffage et la climatisation. Au niveau des espaces intérieurs, les postes, qui comptent 500 bannettes et accueillent chaque année quelques 17.000 marins et cadets, ont été remis à neuf. Dans le même temps, une salle de cours de 60 places a été aménagée et un nouveau système de sécurité est désormais en place.
Ce premier arrêt technique du Bristol depuis 17 ans permettra de maintenir le bâtiment pendant encore une dizaine d'année.
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Réalisé par Swan Hunter et mis en service en 1973, le HMS Bristol avait été imaginé pour assurer la protection des gros porte-avions de 50.000 tonnes de la classe Furious dont le projet a finalement avorté au profit de celui des petits porte-aéronefs (HMS Hermes puis les trois unités de la classe Invincible). De ce fait, le Bristol est resté seul de son genre, les 7 autres unités du type 82 n'étant finalement pas construites. Pour assurer la défense aérienne des porte-aéronefs, le Royal Navy se contentera de navires plus petits, les destroyers du type 42, mis en service à partir de 1975.
S'il était appelé croiseur par les Britanniques, le Bristol s'apparentait plus, en réalité, à un destroyer. Long de 154.6 mètres pour un déplacement de 7100 tonnes en charge, ce navire mettait en oeuvre un système surface-air Sea Dart (40 missiles), qu'il a été le premier à recevoir et qui équipa ensuite les T42. Le reste de l'armement comprenait une tourelle de 114mm, quatre canons de 30mm et quatre canons de 20mm. Capable de filer 30 noeuds, le Bristol était armé par un équipage de plus de 400 hommes. Après son retrait du service actif, les équipements furent débarqués et le croiseur fut transformé en bâtiment d'instruction à quai, fonction qu'il occupe depuis 1994. Son équipage comprend désormais 31 militaires pour les fonctions de service et une douzaine de personnels civils
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​Ministers say there are no plans to halt the mothballing of one of Devonport’s amphibious assault ships despite recent turmoil in North Africa and the Middle East.
Under the drive to slash military spending, HMS Albion, will be tied up alongside later this year in “extended readiness”, with the aim of saving fuel and crew costs.
The move comes just seven years after she entered service at a cost of £359 million.
Albion is currently the fleet flagship of a task force on exercise in the Mediterranean, which is on standby if needed amid the continuing crisis in Libya and wider region.
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Under the Navy shake-up, her sister ship HMS Bulwark will also be tied up alongside, but will be available at short-notice.
At the same time, all four of Plymouth’s Type 22 frigates are being scrapped.
There was some recent cuts respite after it was announced that all seven of Devonport’s Type 23 frigates will stay for the “foreseeable future”, and so lifting the threat of a move to Portsmouth. The helicopter carrier HMS Ocean is also being kept.
But amid continuing Middle East instability , ministers have been pressed over reviewing the decision to put one of the 21,000-tonne landing platform dock vessels in reserve.
But in a written ministerial response, Defence Minister Nick Harvey said: “We have no plans to do so. As set out in the White Paper: ‘Securing Britain in an Age of Uncertainty: The Strategic Defence and Security Review’, we plan in future to be able to land and sustain a command group of up to 1,800 personnel from the sea using specialist shipping.
“To meet this requirement, we need to maintain at high readiness just one of our two landing platforms docks. The second ship will be held at extended readiness.”
On current plans the two vessels will switch roles.
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