Royal navy submarine

Dive into the depths of the Royal Navy's submarine fleet and discover the incredible technology and history behind these silent warriors of the sea. Learn about their unique capabilities and the brave individuals who serve aboard them.
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Navy Lookout on X: "THREAD So we asked #AI to visualise the future of the Royal Navy. The results are certainly amusing... First up the "Anti-submarine frigate" https://t.co/2OuIbQoUQo" / X

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Paul Westenskow
This is a superb cutaway drawing on an Astute class submarine–British Royal Navy nuclear fleet submarines. Large (1891 x 798 px)    Small Cutaway   Close-Up:  Towards the Stern     70 – Ship’s Office 68 – Forward Hydroplane 78 – High Pressure Air Bottles Close-Up:  Toward Midships     45 – Port Side Communications … Tugboats, Design, Aircraft Design, Nuclear Submarine, Submarines, Battleship, Hydroplane, Tug Boats, Fleet

This is a superb cutaway drawing on an Astute class submarine–British Royal Navy nuclear fleet submarines. Small Cutaway Close-Up: Towards the Stern 70 – Ship’s Office 68 – Forward Hydroplane 78 – High-Pressure Air Bottles Close-Up: Toward Midships 45 – Port Side Communications Office 60 – Control Room Consoles …

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Sunil sunder GM
Royal Navy - "HMS TIRELESS" (S88) Was a (280') Trafalgar Class Nuclear Attack Submarine - Commissioned 5 October 1985 –Armament – 5 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes with Storage for up to 30 Weapons, “Tomahawk” Land Attack Guided Missiles and “Spearfish” Heavyweight Torpedoes - Seen Transiting the Clyde Estuary on Her Way to Sea - Decommissioned: 19 June 2014 Plymouth, Royal Navy Submarine, Navy Ships, Royal Marines, Battleship, Aircraft Carrier, Submarines, Naval, Naval History

Royal Navy - "HMS TIRELESS" (S88) Was a (280') Trafalgar Class Nuclear Attack Submarine - Commissioned 5 October 1985 –Armament – 5 x 21 Inch (533mm) Torpedo Tubes with Storage for up to 30 Weapons, “Tomahawk” Land Attack Guided Missiles and “Spearfish” Heavyweight Torpedoes - Seen Transiting the Clyde Estuary on Her Way to Sea - Decommissioned: 19 June 2014

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Luis Castella